A bachelor programme is a coherent course of study for six terms leading to a degree in political science or peace and conflict studies, the two the main subjects of choice for a bachelor's degree at the Department of Political Science.
Bachelor programmes are based on a combination of subjects where you study at least three terms in your main subject. During the other three terms you study other subjects that in an intelligent way broaden and complement your education profile.
Some of the courses are specific to the programme and can not be studied as a separate courses. When you are a registered student in a bachelor programme, you have priority access to those courses that can be part of your degree.
Eligibility requirements vary between bachelor programmes, but the selection-group is upper secondary school grades and the Swedish Scholastic Aptitude Test (högskoleprovet).