Introduction to the role of international organizations in world affairs

Introduction to the role of international

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Introduction to the role of international organizations in world affairs. Preparation for Model United Nations. 254 GLOBAL ISSUES 3 F 45 hrs or cons inst req. POL 151 rec. Transnational political interactions and behavior of global actors and their impact upon crucial socio-economic, techno- logical, and cultural issues. Politics and Government
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227 C A S 255 INTERNATIONAL CONFLICT AND SECURITY 3 45 sem hrs or cons inst req. POL 151 rec. An examination of the nature of conflict and security arrangements among nations and their international actors. 261 CLASSICAL POLITICAL THEORY 3 45 hrs or POL 161 or cons inst req. Introduction to the origin and development of inquiry about human life in political association with particular reference to ancient and medieval philosophers. 262 MODERN POLITICAL THEORY 3 45 hrs or POL 161 or cons inst req. Introduction to political theory emphasizing the intentions, methods, and concepts of selected thinkers from the 16th through the 20th centuries. 265 AMERICAN POLITICAL THEORY 3 45 hrs or POL 161 or cons inst req. Analysis and evaluation of major writings that proceed from, contribute to, or comment upon the American political experience. 266 AMERICAN LEGAL THEORIES 3 45 hrs or POL 161 or cons inst req. A theoretical overview of the legal component of political science with particular reference to policies and institutions in the American legal system. 283 TRIAL ADVOCACY 3 F An introduction to fundamental techniques of trial advoca- cy in preparation for participation in intercollegiate mock trial competitions. 300 SENIOR SEMINAR 3 POL maj/min and 90 hrs req. Intensive study of an announced area and the formulation of a comprehensive research paper. 300.01 SOCIAL SCIENCE SEMINAR 3 SSC maj. ECO 131 or GEO 204 or HIS 200 or 296 or POL 209 or SOCS 271 req; completion of at least 1 course in 5 of the 7 program areas (American History, Anthropology, Economics, Geography, Political Sci- ence, Sociology, and World History) req; completion of at least 12 hours of senior-level SSC courses req. Also offered as ANT/ECO/GEO/HIS/SOC 300.01. An intensive examination of a selected issue in the social sciences taught from an interdisciplinary perspective, culmi- nating in a capstone student research project. 301 TEACHING CITIZENSHIP AND GOVERNANCE 3 Summer POL 101, 105, or 106 or cons instr req. Formerly 389.61. Examines knowledge and techniques for instructing civics and governance material, and analyzes the relationship between civic education and democracy. 302 HONORS SEMINAR 3 Enroll in University Honors Program and either 60 hrs or cons inst req. Not for cr if had POL 300. Intensive study of an announced area and formulation of a cumulative research paper. 310 VOTING AND ELECTIONS 3 60 hrs, POL 105, 106, or 209 or cons inst req. Intensive investigation of U.S. voting behavior and electoral process; includes instruction in analysis techniques.
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