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Undergraduate Courses by Area

Courses Listed by Area

Two political science courses count toward the major but do not count toward any area requirements. Both of these courses DO satisfy Core Curriculum requirements. These are as follows:
300 Political Science Research Method. Satisfies QQ Quantitative Reasoning and ITR Information Technology
395 Political Science Seminar. Satisfies WcD Writing in the Discipline

The remaining upper level political science courses count toward the area requirements as follows:

 

Theoretical Approaches to Politics

American Institutions and Politics

Foreign and International Politics

316

Politics, Literature, and the Arts

301

Political Campaigning

290

Politics and Social Policy: Lessons from Europe

21C, SCL

365

Gender and Political Theory

302

American Party Politics

309

The Politics of Puerto Rican Development

370

Topics in Political Theory

303

Elections and Participation

310

UK Politics

371

Western Tradition: Plato to Machiavelli

304

Congressional Politics

311

European Politics

372

Western Tradition: Hobbes to Mill

305

Public Policy Formation

312

Change in Latin America

373

Legal Philosophy, Rights, and Justice

306

American Presidency

313

Comparative Political Development of the Far East

374

Democratic Political Philosophy

307

Survey Research

314

Sub-Sahara African Policies

375

American Political Thought to 1865

308

New Jersey Politics

315

Politics and Culture

376

American Political Theory

326

American Politics: Executive and Legislative Decision Making

317

Globalization and the Non-Western World

377

Marx and Marxist Thought from 1865

329

Latino Politics in the United States*

318

Comparative Public Policy

378

Theories of the Labor Movement*

330

Interest Groups

319

Issues of American Foreign Policy

380

Russian and Central European Political Thought*

331

Urban Politics

321

Theories of World Politics

388

Ideologies of the Right*

332

Money and Modern America

322

Strategy in International Relations

390

Formal Political Analysis*

333

Political Development of American Race Relations

323

Defense Policy

423

Contemporary Feminist Theory

334

Politics of Black America

324

Causes of War

471

Machiavelli and the Renaissance*

335

Women and American Politics

327

International Political Economy

472

Religion and Politics

336

American Political Movements*

328

Caribbean Politics and Development*

473

Critics of Modernity

337

American Political Economy*

350

Environmental Politics – United States and International

477

Critical Theory and Society

338

Government and Business

351

Contemporary Politics in the Middle East

The following courses WILL NOT COUNT toward the major or minor for students declaring the major or minor after May 2015.

340

Law and Society

352

Israeli Politics

Classics 190:322

Greek Political Philosophy

341

Public Administration: American Bureaucracy

353

Government and Politics of Southeast Asia

History 510:304

The Rise of the Roman Republic

342

Public Administration: Policymaking*

354

Southeast Asia in World Affairs

Religion 840:343

Religion and Politics

344

Public Opinion

356

Mexican Politics

Religion 840:347

War, Peace, and Violence in Western Religious Thought

345

Mass Media and U.S. Democracy

357

Comparative Political Economy

   

346

Political Socialization*

359

Women & Politics in the Middle East

HST, SCL

   

348

Psychology and Politics

361

International Organizations

   

349

Topics in American Politics

362

International Law

   

355

Women and Public Policy

363

Conflict Resolution in World Politics

   

398

Washington Summer Internship and Research

366

Formulation of American Foreign Policy*

   

401

American Constitutional Law I

368

Comparative Political Institutions*

   

402

American Constitutional Law II

369

Topics in World Politics

   

404

Politics of Criminal Justice

381

Post-Communist Europe

   

406

Civil Liberties and Civil Rights

382

Foreign Policy of Russia and the East European States

   

409

Courts and Public Policy

383

Politics of Post-Communist Economic Reforms

   

410

Advanced Studies in Law I

384

Jewish Politics, Jewish Power

   

411

Advanced Studies in Law II

385

Arab Politics and Society

   

412

Advanced Studies in Law III

386

Political Change in China

   

426

Gender, Public Policy, and Law

387

Politics and Culture in Greece and the Balkans

   

428

The Practice of Politics

389

Topics in Comparative Politics

   

429

Processes of Politics

418

Democracy and Markets in Latin America*

   

437

Politics of American Capitalism*

419

Research Seminar on Causes of War*

   

438

Labor and American Politics*

424

Gender and Political Economy*

   

440

Advanced Studies in American Politics

450

Advanced Studies in Comparative Politics*

   

442

Political Leadership*

451

Critical Perspectives on the Middle East*

   

494

Washington Research

453

Comparative Political Anthropology*

   

The following courses WILL NOT COUNT toward the major or minor for students declaring the major or minor after May 2015.

454

Political Development of Asia

   

History 512:400

History of American Politics

455

Culture and Revolution in the Middle East

   

595:309

The Politics of Puerto Rican Development

457

Islamic Law and Jurisprudence

WCd

   

595:329

Latino Politics in the United States

   
       

The following courses WILL NOT COUNT toward the major or minor for students declaring the major or minor after May 2015.

       

Geography 450:334

Western Europe

       

Religion 840:347

Western Europe

* Course not currently being offered.


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