POLS& 101 5 credits Introduction to Political Science Exploration of the concepts and methods of political philosophy. Class will draw on both classical and contemporary writers. Topics include liberty, equality, justice, rights and political obligations along with current topical issues.
POLS& 202 5 credits American Government The theory, principles, organization and functions of our national government, stressing the relationships between individuals, groups and the media, and the executive, legislative, and judicial branches of government. Includes a learning activity designed to ensure competence with the basic use of computers.
POLS& 203 5 credits International Relations The study of the interactions among the various actors that participate in international politics, including individuals, states, international organizations, nongovernmental organizations and sub-national entities, and the theories that try to predict their behavior. Includes a learning activity designed to ensure competence with the basic use of computers.
POLS 206 5 credits State and Local Government The study of the people, institutions and political forces that shape policymaking and policy outcomes in state and local communities. Includes a learning activity designed to ensure competence with the basic use of computers.
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