POLITICAL SCIENCE (Div. II)

Fall Courses
Spring Courses
Not Offered

FALL COURSES

PSCI 100(F) (Section 01) Asia and the World (Same as Asian Studies 201)*

PSCI 101(F) (Section 04) Activism+

PSCI 201(F,S) (formerly 110) Power, Politics, and Democracy in America

PSCI 202(F,S) (formerly 120) World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations

PSCI 203(F) Introduction to Political Theory

PSCI 211(F) Public Opinion and Political Behavior

PSCI 219(F) Constitutional Law I: Structures of Power

PSCI 229(F) Global Political Economy

PSCI 232(F) Modern Political Thought (Same as Philosophy 232)

PSCI 234(F) Political Ideologies (Offered 2001-2002)

PSCI 268(F) Great Powers and International Order

PSCI 269(F) Conflict and Conflict Resolution in the Middle East*

PSCI 300(F) Research Design and Methods~

PSCI 310(F) Political Psychology (Same as Psycholgoy 345)

PSCI 312(F) Southern Politics*

PSCI 316(F) Public Policymaking in the U.S.

PSCI 317(F) Environmental Law (Same as Environmental Studies 307)

PSCI 318(F) The Voting Rights Act and the Voting Rights Movement*

PSCI 333(F) Analytical Views of Political Economy (Same as Economics 301 and Political Economy 301)

PSCI 349T(F) Cuba and the United States*+

PSCI 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

PSCI 420(F) (Sections 01 and 02) Senior Seminar in International Relations: National Interest and International Security

PSCI 430(F) Senior Seminar in Political Theory: The Concept of the Political

PSCI 481(F)-W033-482(S) Advanced Study in American Politics

PSCI 491(F)-W030, W030-492(S) Senior Essay (Honors Route One)

PSCI 493-W031-494 Senior Thesis (Honors Route Two)

PSCI 495-W032, W032-496 Individual Project

PSCI 497, 498 Independent Study

SPRING COURSES

PSCI 101(S) (Section 03) Small is Beautiful: The Greens and Globalization

PSCI 201(F,S) (formerly 110) Power, Politics, and Democracy in America

PSCI 202(F,S) (formerly 120) World Politics: An Introduction to International Relations

PSCI 204(S) (formerly 140) Introduction to Comparative Politics: Dodging the Apocalypse in South Africa*

PSCI 209(S) Poverty in America

PSCI 213(S) Theory and Practice of Civil Rights Protest*+

PSCI 216(S) Constitutional Law II: Individual Rights

PSCI 222(S) The United States and Latin America*

PSCI 231(S) Ancient and Medieval Political Thought (Same as Philosophy 231)

PSCI 246(S) Mexican Politics*

PSCI 262(S) America and the Cold War

PSCI 265(S) The International Politics of East Asia*

PSCI 306(S) Practicing Feminism: A Study of Political Activism (Same as WGST 306 and ARTS 306)

PSCI 308(S) Environmental Policy (Same as Environmental Studies 308)

PSCI 326(S) Hierarchies in International Relations

PSCI 330(S) Pluralism and Political Theory (Offered 2001-2002)

PSCI 337(S) Imagining the Division of Labor

PSCI 339(S) Interpretation in the Social Sciences

PSCI 362(S) The Vietnam War (Same as Asian Studies 303)*

PSCI 397(F), 398(S) Independent Study

PSCI 410(S) Senior Seminar in American Politics

PSCI 420(S) (Section 03) Senior Seminar in International Relations: State Power, Economic Nationalism, and Globalization

PSCI 420(S) (Section 04) Senior Seminar in International Relations: States and Markets in the World Economy

PSCI 481(F)-W033-482(S) Advanced Study in American Politics

PSCI 491(F)-W030, W030-492(S) Senior Essay (Honors Route One)

PSCI 493-W031-494 Senior Thesis (Honors Route Two)

PSCI 495-W032, W032-496 Individual Project

PSCI 497, 498 Independent Study

NOT OFFERED COURSES

PSCI 100 Politics and Freedom (Same as American Studies 100) (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 101 (Section 01) Seminar: Cultural Imperialism (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 101 (Section 02) Seminar: Moral and Political Reasoning (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)+

PSCI 207 Political Elections (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 208 The Politics of Family Policy (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 212 News Media in American Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 214 (formerly 313) Congressional Politics Today (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 218 Presidential Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 221 The Causes of War (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 223 Governing the World: Treaties, Laws, Institutions and Hegemony (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 224 Ethnic Conflict in World Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)*

PSCI 225 International Security (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 227 Ethics and Interests in International Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 230 American Political Thought (Not offered 2001-2002)

PSCI 235 Multiculturalism and Political Theory (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 239 Political Thinking About Race: Resurrecting the Political in Contemporary Texts on the Black Experience (Not offered 2001-2002)*

PSCI 244 Middle East Politics: State Formation and Nationalism (Not offered 2001-2002)*

PSCI 247 Political Power in Contemporary China (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)*

PSCI 249 Latin-American Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)*

PSCI 263 Making Foreign Policy (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 264 Politics of Global Tourism (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 267 (Not offered 2001-2002) Arab-Israeli Relations*

PSCI 309 Comparative Constitutionalism (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 315 American Political Parties (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 321 Regionalism in International Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 322 The German Question in European Politics (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 331T Non-Profit Organization and Community Change (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)+

PSCI 332 Fugitive Identities: Slavery and the Boundaries of American Politics (Same as American Studies 332) (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)+*

PSCI 334 Civil Society and Its Discontents (Not offered 2001-2002)

PSCI 335 The Public Sphere (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 336 Sex, Gender, and Political Theory (Same as Women's and Gender Studies ) (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 338 American Legal Philosophy (Not offered 2001-2002)

PSCI 341 The Politics of the Global Economy: Wealth and Power in East Asia (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)*

PSCI 342 Intolerance and Political Tolerance (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)

PSCI 343T Multiculturalism in Comparative Context (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)+

PSCI 344 Rebels and Revolution in Latin America (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)*

PSCI 440 Senior Seminar in Comparative Politics: Major Theories of Political Change and Difference (Not offered 2001-2002; to be offered 2002-2003)