The courses in my program all fit the description and requirement of the bachelor’s, however, management is really what is lacking. The tutors in each course are minimally prepared and informed about the details and sometimes even information of the course, they all try their best, although there is a direct impact of miscommunication and sometimes even misinformation about the material. The lecturers dive deep into the content and are always available to answer questions and help out. The pros of the program are that it provides access to numerous skills such as academic writing, critical thinking, creating a research design, as well as the use of SPSS. The program does in fact require a lot of self-study, management and organizational skills, which is a benefit in the long run to those who struggle less acquiring those skills. Overall I am satisfied with the program and would recommend it to others who are interested in the fields of international challenges, politics, and sociology in general.