Department of Political Science
Spring 2020 Political Science seminar offerings that require an application:
POL1 328 SEM: Immigration Politics and Policy in the United States - Arora (American Pol)
POL2 310 SEM: Politics of Community Development - Candland (Comparative Pol)
POL2 364 SEM: Authoritarianism in the Age of Globalization - Logvinenko (Comparative or IR)
Political science courses explore a wide range of questions regarding the concepts and norms central to the study of power and politics (e.g. authority, domination, gender, freedom); the structure and operations political institutions and processes (e.g. governments, non-governmental organizations, international organizations, elections); the complex factors involved in political and economic development; social movements and processes (e.g. women's movements, immigration, revolution); comparative political systems (e.g., democracy, authoritarianism); political trends and transformations in various regions (e.g., East Asia, South Asia, Latin America, the Middle East, and Africa); and analyses of current affairs in the many realms and contexts in which politics take place.