Courses in Political Science

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Courses

Industries, jobs and technologies change. The Department of Political Science empowers you to focus broadly — develop a wide knowledge base — so you can see what’s coming, and be ready to lead the way.

Our award-winning faculty and staff teach across four different subfields — American and Public Policy, Biology/Psychology, Human Rights and Security, and International Relations and Comparative. Below is a list of courses to get you started on your life’s story.

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Course Rotation

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Sample Syllabi

This list is not intended to be exhaustive. All information is subject to change. Check with your professor for the most current information.

American and Public Policy

To give undergraduate students taking POLS 100 direct experience with research, we place them into the Political Science Experimental Participant Pool (PSEPP).

  • POLS100
  • POLS105
  • POLS210
  • POLS221
  • POLS225
  • POLS227
  • POLS230
  • POLS232
  • POLS235
  • POLS236
  • POLS238
  • POLS325
  • POLS334
  • POLS338
  • POLS345
  • POLS347
  • POLS425/825
  • POLS426/826
  • POLS430/830
  • POLS441/841
  • POLS442/842
  • POLS443/843

Biology/Psychology (Bi/Psy)

  • POLS150
  • POLS250
  • POLS350
  • POLS450

Human Rights and Security

  • POLS263
  • POLS268
  • POLS270
  • POLS362
  • POLS375
  • POLS377
  • POLS463/863
  • POLS470/870
  • POLS472/872
  • POLS473/873
  • POLS476/876
  • POLS479

International Relations and Comparative

  • POLS104
  • POLS160
  • POLS171
  • POLS260
  • POLS261
  • POLS277
  • POLS281
  • POLS333
  • POLS361
  • POLS363
  • POLS459/859
  • POLS466/866
  • POLS467/867
  • POLS469/869
  • POLS476/876
  • POLS477/877
  • POLS478/878

Theory and Applied

  • POLS108
  • POLS286
  • POLS383
  • POLS384
  • POLS386