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Political Science Courses Offered

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American National Government (Catalog #20-809-221)
In this course students analyze and evaluate the historical, constitutional, and institutional features of national government. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

Comparative Politics (Catalog #20-809-243)
This course instructs students to use “most similar” & “most different” research methods to analyze a variety of political issues. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

International Relations (Catalog #20-809-223)
This course introduces concepts, theories, and levels-of-analysis that prepare students to analyze and evaluate international politics. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

Political Theory (Catalog #20-809-227)
This course introduces important political thinkers, concepts, and theories that prepare students to analyze and evaluate politics. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

Political Science Research Methods (Catalog #20-809-TBD)
This course instructs students use qualitative and quantitative methods to analyze and evaluate complex political phenomena. Instructional Formats:  (online)

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American Foreign Policy (Catalog #20-809-220)

In this course students analyze the evolution of American foreign policy and evaluate its influence on international political system. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (accelerated)

Introduction to American Government (Catalog #10-809-122)
In this course students summarize and analyze the historical, constitutional, and institutional features of national government. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

Law and Society (Catalog #20-809-218)
In this course students summarize, analyze, and evaluate the relationship between the law, politics, and society. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

Public Policy (Catalog #20-809-242)
In this course students study the institutional process of public-sector policy-making and conduct a formal policy analysis. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

State and Local Government (Catalog #20-809-222) 
In this course students analyze the historical, constitutional, and institutional features of American state and local- government. Instructional Formats: (in-person) (online) (hybrid) (accelerated)

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African Politics (Catalog #20-809-246)  In this course students analyze the history / development of sub-Saharan African politics. Instructional Format: (online)

East Asian Politics (Catalog #20-809-247)  In this course students analyze the history / development of east-Asian politics. Instructional Format: (online)

Poitics of India (Catalog #20-809-248)  In this course students analyze the history / development of politics in India. Instructional Format: (online)

Latin American Politics (Catalog #20-809-245)  In this course students analyze the history / development of Latin American politics. Instructional Format: (online)

Russian Politics (Catalog #20-809-244)  In this course students analyze the history / development of Russian politics. Instructional Format: (online)