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Upcoming Courses

The courses below are scheduled for the upcoming term(s). In addition, for purposes of planning, students may wish to browse the Political Science faculty’s 2-year course plan. The plan is tentative is there is no guarantee that the courses will be taught, or taught by the listed instructor, but it does provide our best projection of 2017-2018 and 2018-2019 course offerings. You may contact the Department Chair, Chris Shortell, for the most current course scheduling information. 

Summer 2017 Course Offerings

PS 101: US Government - Jack Miller

PS 102: US Politics (online) - Edwin Taylor III

PS 204: Introduction to Comparative Politics (online) - Bruce Gilley

PS 205: Introduction to International Politics (online) - Birol Yesilada

PS 208: Introduction to Political Theory - Jack Miller

PS 335: Race and Politics in the United States - Kim Williams

PS 345: U.S. Foreign Policy: The Cold War & Beyond (online) - David Kinsella

PS 361U: Introduction to Politics of the Middle East (online) - Lindsay Benstead 

PS 362U: Arab-Israeli Conflict (online) - Lindsay Benstead

PS 404: INTERN: Internship - Richard Clucas

PS 410: SPST: The Holocaust and the Politics of Memory - Tiphaine Dickson

PS 477/577: Global Food Politics and Policy (online)  - Josh Eastin

 

Fall 2017 Course Offerings

PS 101: US Government - Vicki Jeffries-Bilton

PS 102: US Politics - Lois Bronfman

PS 103: State of the World - Uros Prokic

PS 199/399: SPST: Civic Leadership Development - Richard Clucas

PS 200: Intro to Politics - Jack Miller

PS 204: Comparative Politics - Robert Asaadi

PS 205: International Politics - Stephen Haigh

PS 221: Intro to Law & Legal Studies - Andrew Dzeguze

PS 318U: Media, Opinion, and Voting - James Hite (Fully Online)

PS 319: Politics of the Environment - Josh Eastin

PS 352U: Intro to European Politics -  Melody Valdini

PS 354: Introduction to Asian Politics - Zac Hamilla

PS 362U: Arab-Israeli Conflict - Lindsay Benstead (Fully Online)

PS 373: Violence, Rebellion, and Civil War - Josh Eastin

PS 380U: Women & Politics - Kim Williams

PS 199/399: SPST: Civic Leadership Development - Richard Clucas

PS 404: Internship - Richard Clucas

PS 410: TOP: US Foreign Policy in the MIddle East - Peter Bechtold

PS 410: TOP: Multinational Corporations in World Politics - Jamie Surface

PS 410: TOP: Politics of Biodiversity and Sustainability - David Johns

PS 412/512: The Presidency - Kim Williams

PS 414: Issues in Public Policy - James W. Russell

PS 416/516: Political Parties & Elections - Melody Valdini

PS 421/521: Supreme Court & American Politics - Chris Shortell

PS 447/547: International Organizations - David Kinsella

PS 452/552: The European Union - Birol Yesilada

PS 454: International Political Economy - Rebecca Craven

PS 478/578: Comparative Democratic Institutions - Richard Clucas

PS 482/582: Liberalism & Its Critics - Jack Miller

PS 493/593: Philosophy of the Social Sciences - David Kinsella

PS 495: Research Methods in Political Science - Lindsay Benstead (Fully Online)

PS 520: Seminar: American Political Institutions - Jack Miller