Academia

History and Diplomatic Studies
Diplomatic history deals with the history of international relations between states. Diplomatic history can be different from international relations in that the former can concern itself with the foreign policy of one state.

B.A History and Diplomatic Studies (International Relations)

100 History and Diplomatic Studies Show

Level: 100
Common Courses:
Nigerian Peoples and Culture: 2
Use of English: 2
Introduction to Logic and Philosophy: 2
Science and Society: 2
Citizenship and elements at Government: 2
Introduction to Computer: 2
African History Up to 1800: 3
Nigeria up to 1800: 3
Introduction to Political Science: 3
Principles of Economics: 3
History of International Relations and Diplomacy: 3
Introduction to International Law: 3
Introduction to Nigeria Government and Politics: 3
Introduction to African Politics: 3
Elective Courses: 6
Total Credit Units: 42
200 Level History and Diplomatic Studies Show
Level: 200
Common Courses:
African History Since 1800: 3
Introduction to Entrepreneurship skills: 3
Principles of International Law: 3
Nigeria Since 1800 to Independence: 3
International Political Systems: 3
Nigerian Foreign Service and Diplomacy: 3
Slave Trade and the African Diaspora: 3
European History and Diplomacy in the 19th and 70th Centuries: 3
American History and Diplomacy in the 19th and 20th Centuries: 6
Elective Courses: 6
Total Credit Units: 36
300 Level History and Diplomatic Studies Show
Level: 300
Common Courses:
The Third World in International Relations: 3
Theory and Practice of Modern Diplomacy: 3
Research Methodology: 3
International Economic Relations: 3
Nigeria Foreign Policy: 3
International Organisations, Non-State Actors in International Relations: 3
International Relations & Dip. of the Major Powers: 3
Theories of International Relations: 3
Elective Courses: 12
Total Credit Units: 36
400 Level History and Diplomatic Studies Show
Level: 400
Common Courses:
Research Project: 6
History of the Commonwealth: 3
Diplomatic and Consular Law: 3
The European Union and the Developing Countries: 3
The OAU and the AU in African International Relations: 3
Multilateral Institutions in World Politics and Economy: 3
The United Nations and World Affairs: 3
Foreign Policies & Dipl. Practice of African States: 3
Elective Courses: 12
Total Credit Units: 39