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Language, Social and Political Sciences
This course examines the constitutional and administrative structures of selected EU Member States and the EU itself. It focusses on their practical operation and the rules and principles that govern decision making in the European Union with a particular emphasis on how European policy is delivered and how individuals interact with the complex multi-level structure of European governance today. The course includes an examination of the EU's external relations and its impact on the Pacific region. This course is the first of its kind in New Zealand supported by the European Commission's Jean Monnet programme.
Any 30 points of EURA or EURO 200-level courses; or any 45 points with a B average at 200 level in Arts, Commerce, Law; or any other 45 points at 200 level with the approval of the Course coordinator.
EURO 333, LAWS388