Higher Politics forms part of NC Social Science Level 6 course and can be studied on its own or alongside Higher Psychology and Higher Sociology.
On the Higher Politics you will study important political concepts, theories, ideologies and systems through Scottish, British and international contexts. You will compare different political systems, evaluate the factors that impact on the electoral performance of political parties, and develop knowledge and understanding of how different political ideologies, systems and parties resolve the timeless pursuit of power, authority and legitimacy.
Students wishing to study Higher Politics as part of a full-time programme should consult the NC Social Sciences (Level 6).
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