Theories of European Integration
The course introduces master-level students of international relations to theories of European integration. The course includes a specific focus on the EU as an actor in relation to climate change. Offered in both Czech and English.
Theory and Methodology of Regional Studies
The course introduces master-level students of international business to theories and research methods applied to the study of comparative regionalism. The course focuses on the role of regions in relation to the global climate challenge Offered in both Czech and English.
Institutional Framework of European Integration
This is a course introducing undergraduate students of international relations to the institutional structure of the EU and to the academic literature on the organization’s origins and development. The course entails a detailed analysis of how the EU works with climate change mitigation and adaptation. Offered in English.
The European Union and the Global Climate Challenge
A new elective course developed within the project that targets selected aspects of the EU climate work with the intention of providing a critical analysis. Primarily intended for MA students. Offered In English.
International Politics of the Environment
The elective undergraduate-level course investigates the relationship between the environment and international politics. It offers insights into how the environment can influence relations between states and how states deal with environmental issues. Offered In English.