Department of Political Science 4-Year Schedule (2015-2018)

Course#

Course Name

FS15

SP16

FS16

SP17

FS17

SP18

1100

Introduction to American Politics

D; E; O

X

X

X

X

X

1200

Foundations of Law

 X

 X

 X

1450

Introduction to Labor Studies

O

 X

1500

Introduction to Comparative Politics

D; E

X

X

X

X

X

1550

Women & Politics in Dev World

 X

1600

Contemporary Political Ideologies

 X

1800

World Politics

 D

 X

 X

2000

Political Analysis

D

X

X

X

X

X

2260

Law, Politics, & Society

 D

 X

2280

Judicial Politics & Policy

 D

 X

2290

Gender & Law

X

 X

2300

State Politics

 X

 X

 X

2320

African American & Political System

 D

 X

2350

Introduction to Urban Politics

 D

 X

2370

The Politics of Identity and Social Justice

2380

Politics of Gender in US

 X

2400

Public Administration

 O

 X

 X

2420

Introduction to Public Policy

 X

 X

 X

2500

Comparing Different Worlds

 X

2510

Politics of European Union

 X

 X

X

2520

Middle Eastern Politics

 X

 X

2530

Political Systems of South America

2540

Pol Sys of Mex, Cent Amer, Caribb

 D

2550

East Asian Political

2580

African Politics

 X

 X

2590

Globalization: Prospects and Problems

2610

Ancient & Medieval Polit Thought

 X

2620

Modern Political Thought

 D

2650

American Political Thought

 X

2820

US Foreign Policy

 X

 X

 X

2900

Studies in Political Science

3200

Constitutional Law

 D

 X

 X

3210

Civil Liberties

 X

 X

 X

3220

Labor Law

 X

 X

3260

Supreme Court

 X

3300

American Presidency

 X

3330

Public Opinion and Political Participation

 O

 X

3331

Congressional Politics

 X

 X

 X

3340

Politics & the Media

 X

3350

Political Parties & Elections

 X

3390

Studies in American Politics

Course#

Course Name

FS15

SP16

FS16

SP17

FS17

SP18

3420

Public & Nonprofit Personnel Mngmt

 D

 X

 X

3430

Union Leadership & Administration

O

 X

 X

3440

Public & Nonprofit Budgeting

 X

 X

 X

3450

Urban Administration

 X

3455

Metropolitan Planning

X X

3460

Politics of Poverty & Welfare

 X

3480

Environmental Policy

 D

 X

 X

3570

Gender, Ethnicity, & Public Policy

 X

3580

African Diasporas

D

 X

3590

Women & Leadership World Wide

 X

3595

Studies in Comparative Politics

3690

Marxist Heritage

 O

 X

 X

3700

Nonprofit Organization & Pub Policy

 E

 X

X

3710

Nonprofit Civil Society & Volunteer

 X

 X

 X

3830

International Political Economy

 X

 X

 X

3850

Int’l Org & Global Problem-Solving

 D

 X

3800

Media, Film and Literature  & International politics

H

3890

Studies in IR

3940

Public Affairs Internship

X

X

X

X

X

X

3950

Senior Seminar

D

X

X

X

X

X

4040

Survey Research Practicum

4060

Theory of Decisions & Games

4090

American Govt for Secondary Class

E E E

4520

Mega-Cities Diaspora

 X

4850

International Law

 X

 X

D = Daytime, E = Evening, H= Hybrid of online and in person, O = Online, IT=Interactive Television

X = Time and Mode of Instruction to be Determined but is expected to be offered during this semester.

Semester offerings, however, are subject to change based on course staffing and student enrollment.  The course schedule will be updated each semester.