The IBDP psychology course examines the interaction of biological, cognitive and sociocultural influences on human behaviour. Students undertaking the course can expect to develop an understanding of how psychological knowledge is generated, developed and applied. The interaction of these approaches to studying psychology forms the basis of a holistic and integrated approach to understanding mental processes and behaviour as a complex, dynamic phenomenon, allowing students to appreciate the diversity as well as the commonality between their own behaviour and that of others.
Economics is an exciting, dynamic subject that allows students to develop an understanding of the complexities and interdependence of economic activities in a rapidly changing world. At the heart of economic theory is the problem of scarcity. While the world’s population has unlimited needs and wants, there are limited resources to satisfy these needs and wants. As a result of this scarcity, choices have to be made. The DP economics course, at both SL and HL, uses economic theories to examine the ways in which these choices are made.
IBDP Global Politics
Global politics draws on a variety of disciplines in the social sciences and humanities. It helps students to understand abstract political concepts by grounding them in real world examples and case studies, and also invites comparison between such examples and case studies to ensure a transnational perspective. It allows students to develop an understanding of the many dimensions of political activity, as well as allowing them the opportunity to explore political issues affecting their own lives. Developing international mindedness and an awareness of multiple perspectives is at the heart of this course
IGCSE Global Perspectives
Cambridge IGCSE Global Perspectives encourages learners to think about and explore solutions to significant global issues.The syllabus develops learners’ ability to consider significant global issues from different perspectives. It also encourages learners to work collaboratively and individually and to apply their knowledge in different contexts, all while developing transferable skills to complement learning in other curricular areas.
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