1. Course Description
    The course attempts to advance student's knowledge of third world countries in general and their politics in particular. It specially focuses on the non-alignment policy and developmental movement in terms of the developmental front with South-south cooperation. It is also designed to awaken student's social-political consciousness to open up the acumen of self-reflection from the mentality of the third world mendicancy.
  2. Course Objectives
    - To gain an understanding of the political realities of the developing world. -To gain insights into key historical developments such as colonialism, imperialism, and modernization, and will be able to identify the major historical trends that have shaped contemporary realities since the Industrial Revolution, -To have developed their own comparative, evidence-based study on a critical issue concerning the developing world.
  3. Teachnig Method
    - Plagiarism will result in zero grade points without exceptions. - Students will lose grade points for lateness, unexcused absence, failing to participate in class, exhibiting poor manners such as sleeping in class or using a cellphone to accept calls or send texts, failing to bring a textbook to class etc. This is an indicative, not exhaustive list. - Respect difference and diversity in the classroom. - Respect each other and the professor in the classroom. - All informed opinions and discussion points are welcome. - Ask for help from the professor if needed. - Ensure good manners are maintained during class at all times. - Deadline extensions are only granted in extreme cases such as sickness, death or emergency (all must be evidenced with proper documentation in accordance with university rules.) - If a student has a registered and recognized disability of any kind and requires learning support, please make an appointment with the professor to discuss further.
  4. Textbook
  5. Assessment
    This course will be assessed through written assignments, presentations and exams.
  6. Requiments
  7. Practical application of the course
  8. Reference