Political Science Courses Fall 2018

 

 

POLS 001-011: American Political System Constitutional principles; organization of the national government; and dynamics of power within the U.S. political system. Professor Davis Mon/Wed 9:20-10:35 

POLS 001-012: American Political System Constitutional principles; organization of the national government; and dynamics of power within the U.S. political sys-tem. Professor Wurth Tue/Thur 1:20-2:25 

POLS 003-010 (GS 003-010): Comparative Politics The political systems of foreign countries; approaches to the study of comparative politics. Professor Deo Mon/Wed 11:10-12:25 

POLS 003-011 (GS 003-011): Comparative Politics The political systems of foreign countries; approaches to the study of comparative politics. Professor Fennell Tue/Thur 9:20-10:35 

POLS 107-010 (ES 107-010): Politics of the Environment A survey of the major environmental, resource, energy and population problems of modern society, focusing on the United States. The politics of man’s relationship with nature, the political problems of ecological scarcity and public goods, and the response of the American political system to environmental issues. This course isn’t designed for first semester freshman unless you already have an understanding of politics and/or environment. Professor Wurth Tue/Thur 9:20-10:35 

 

 

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