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    A: Knowledge and Understanding
  1. Understand the fundamental concepts and theories of the field of Political Science and be able to apply them to historical and current events
  2. Understand the historical processes, structures, and functions of political institutions
  3. Be able to analyze the dynamics that form the political substructure of various events and phenomena, as well as their effects
  4. Understand the mechanisms of political change (such as voting, lobbying, political movements, legal reforms, revolution, etc.)
  5. Possess knowledge about those fundamental issues that shape political and societal life (such as race, gender, class, environment, security, religion, identity, etc.)
  6. Acknowledge that political phenomena can be explained differently by different schools of thought
  7. Grasp and question the causes and consequences of economic developments and their impacts on politics
  8. B: Intellectual/Cognitive Skills
  9. Think independently, creatively, and critically
  10. Be an entrepreneur and take initiative
  11. Have self-confidence
  12. Have the ability to carry out systematic comparisons and rightly differentiate similarities and differences
  13. C: Civic and Practical Skills
  14. Be open-minded and prepared to work together with people from different cultures and groups
  15. Be aware and a follower of social responsibilities as well as political rights and freedoms
  16. Internalize work ethics and behave accordingly
  17. Be able to speak and deliver presentations in front of public
  18. D: Key Skills
  19. Understand, read, and write in English
  20. Have the ability to observe, analyze, and report
  21. Be able to implement the principles and methods of scientific research
  22. Understand and interpret statistical data
  23. Be prone to team work
  24. Possess computer and technological literacy