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Note, some courses are offered as “Topics” courses. Topics courses may be repeated assuming different course content. Also note, classes may count for only one field (i.e. a class listed under more than one field cannot be “double-counted”).
POSC807: American Political Behavior
POSC823: Topics in American Politics
POSC832: Legislative Politics
POSC847: Political Psychology
POSC848: The Politics of Race and Ethnicity
POSC811: Topics in Comparative Politics
POSC824: Comparative Political Economy
POSC827: Gender and Politics
POSC841: Comparative Regionalisms
POSC851: Failed States and Good Governance
POSC852: Comparative Democratization
POSC860: Making Sense of Populism
POSC810: Topics in International Relations
POSC813: American Foreign Policy
POSC814: Political Economy of the Environment
POSC826: Islam in Global Affairs
POSC828: Feminist International Relations
POSC830: International Relations Theory
POSC831: Frontiers in Critical International Relations Theory
POSC840: International Political Economy
POSC842: International Organizations
POSC844: International Security
POSC845: Human Rights and Global Governance
POSC858: International Relations of East Asia
POSC806: Global Ethics and Normative Issues
POSC822: Topics in Political Theory
POSC836: Democratic Theory
POSC859: The Politics of Capitalism
POSC861: Topics in Law and Politics
For consultation on independent studies, substitutions, topics courses, POSC867 (‘experimental’ or new classes) courses, or courses from other departments, please see the Director of Graduate Studies.
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