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Courses in English for 2016. / 2017. *

 

Level

Course

Teacher

Semester / ECTS

BA

Politics and Society in SEE

Dejan Jović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

EU Enlargement and Europeanization of Croatia

Hrvoje Špehar and Nataša Beširević, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Theories of Nationalism

Tihomir Cipek and Nebojša Blanuša, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Political Parties (Tutorial)

Goran Čular and Dario Nikić Čakar, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Euro-Atlantic Integration (tutorial)

Lidija Čehulić Vukadinović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Media and Child Rights (tutorial)

Gordana Vilović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Introduction to Contemporary Diplomacy (tutorial)

Đana Luša, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Contemporary Geopolitical Issues (tutorial)

Marta Zorko, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

BA

Sectoral Public Policies (tutorial)

Ana Petek, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science 

W/5

BA

Comparative Political Systems (tutorial)

Nenad Zakošek and Marjeta Šinko, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science 

W/5

BA

Political Science Fiction (tutorial)

Hrvoje Cvijanović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/5

MA

Media and the City

Zlatan Krajina, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Democracy and Economic Development

Nenad Zakošek, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Television News in Multimedia Enviroment

Tena Perišin, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Europeanization of the Western Balkans / Jean Monnet seminar

Danijela Dolenec and Nataša Beširević, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

The Politics of Human Rights

Enes Kulenović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Religion and Politics in the Middle East

Boris Havel, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Latin America in International Relations / e-course (tutorial)

Lidija Kos-Stanišić, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Croatia in the European Security System (tutorial)

Ružica Jakešević, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

MA

Public Service Media (tutorial)

Viktorija Car, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

W/7

BA

Protest Politics in Old and New Democracies

Danijela Dolenec, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

Ethics in Journalism (tutorial)

Gordana Vilović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

Media and Violence (tutorial)

Igor Kanižaj, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

Electoral Systems (tutorial)

Mirjana Kasapović and Višeslav Raos, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

Political Geography and Geopolitics / e-course (tutorial)

Marta Zorko, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

TV Newsroom (tutorial)

Tena Perišin, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science 

S/5

BA

Photo Journalism (tutorial)

Viktorija Car, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

BA

Oriental Jews and Arabs in the time of Zionism

Boris Havel, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/5

MA

Party Competition and Party Systems in the EU

Goran Čular and Višeslav Raos, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/7

MA

Pop politics

Marijana Grbeša, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/7

MA

International Organizations (tutorial)

Lidija Čehulić Vukadinović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/7

MA

Media and Diversity (tutorial)

Gordana Vilović, University of Zagreb, Faculty of Political Science

S/7

* Tutorial courses function on a principle of private consultations with the professor. Foreign students in mixed groups have the opportunity to attend additional office hours with the lecturer and teaching assistants in English to help master the course materials. Additionally, the lecturer will refer foreign students to the corresponding literature in English, as well as give them the possibility of taking the associated exams in English. Up to three foreign students can attend one tutorial course