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GOVT120Cold War International Relations
GOVT206Public Policy
GOVT214Media and Politics
GOVT220American Political Economy
GOVT221Environmental Policy
GOVT222Regulation and Governance
GOVT230Political Communication
GOVT232Campaigns and Elections
GOVT238American Political Parties
GOVT239Racial and Ethnic Politics
GOVT250Civil Liberties
GOVT265Growth and Conflict in Asia
GOVT271Political Economy of Developing Countries
GOVT272International Relations of the Middle East
GOVT274Russian Politics
GOVT284Comparative Politics of Western Europe
GOVT285Losers of World War II
GOVT291Environmental Advocacy Strategies That Work
GOVT297Politics and Political Development in the People's Republic of China
GOVT314Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
GOVT315Understanding Civil Wars: Internal Conflicts and International Responses
GOVT320The History and Geopolitics of South Asia
GOVT327Politics of Terrorism
GOVT329International Political Economy
GOVT333International Organization
GOVT334International Security in a Changing World
GOVT337Virtue and Glory: Classical Political Theory
GOVT338Modern Political Theory
GOVT339Contemporary Political Theory
GOVT340Global Justice
GOVT342Forms of Freedom: Anarchism, Socialism, and Communitarianism
GOVT355Political Theory and Transitional Justice
GOVT358Capstone Thesis Seminar
GOVT366Empirical Methods for Political Science
GOVT369Political Psychology
GOVT372Immigrant Political Incorporation
GOVT374Seminar in American Political Economy and Public Policy
GOVT380Polls, Politics, and Public Opinion
GOVT383East Asian and Latin American Development
GOVT385Women and Politics
GOVT386The Nuclear Age in World Politics
GOVT387Foreign Policy at the Movies
GOVT388Theory of World Politics


Spring 2014 Courses Not Offered       Summer Session       Winter Session       Home       Archive       Search       GOVT
GOVT110The American Constitutional Order: An Introduction
GOVT121Great Powers and Great Debates in International Relations
GOVT201Applied Data Analysis
GOVT203American Constitutional Law
GOVT206Public Policy
GOVT215Congressional Policy Making
GOVT217The American Presidency
GOVT222Regulation and Governance
GOVT232Campaigns and Elections
GOVT245Development of the American Welfare State
GOVT246Public Opinion in American Politics
GOVT248U.S. Immigration Politics
GOVT270Comparative Politics of the Middle East
GOVT272International Relations of the Middle East
GOVT274Russian Politics
GOVT278Nationalism
GOVT279Chinese Foreign Policy
GOVT284Comparative Politics of Western Europe
GOVT285Losers of World War II
GOVT293New Strategies in Political and Economic Development
GOVT296Politics in Japan
GOVT300Political Islam
GOVT302Latin American Politics
GOVT304Environmental Politics and Democratization
GOVT305Middle Eastern States in Comparative Perspective
GOVT311United States Foreign Policy
GOVT314Public Opinion and Foreign Policy
GOVT315Understanding Civil Wars: Internal Conflicts and International Responses
GOVT316The Armed Forces and Society
GOVT324Africa in World Politics
GOVT327Politics of Terrorism
GOVT329International Political Economy
GOVT331International Law
GOVT333International Organization
GOVT337Virtue and Glory: Classical Political Theory
GOVT338Modern Political Theory
GOVT344Religion and Politics
GOVT346Foundations of Civic Engagement
GOVT359Capstone Seminar in Political Science
GOVT372Immigrant Political Incorporation
GOVT374Seminar in American Political Economy and Public Policy
GOVT375American Political Development
GOVT377Asian American Politics
GOVT379The Politics and Theory of the First Amendment
GOVT380Polls, Politics, and Public Opinion
GOVT381The Political Economy of Oil
GOVT382The Politics of Inequality
GOVT383East Asian and Latin American Development
GOVT385Women and Politics
GOVT387Foreign Policy at the Movies
GOVT388Theory of World Politics
GOVT390Presidential Foreign Policy Decision Making
GOVT391Weber and Marx
GOVT394Political Thought and Politics of Israel
GOVT397Plato and Socrates: Philosophy, Politics, and Desire

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