Summer 2024 Course Offerings

Published: April 1, 2024
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Whether you're an undergraduate student looking to improve your education path or a graduate student looking to broaden your skills, our diverse range of courses ensures an interesting study of different political contexts. 

Undergraduate Courses: 

1. PSCI 1001, Introduction to Political Science: The Quest for Freedom and Justice 

Section E01: Professor Harvey Bishop teaches this online course, giving a comprehensive introduction to the core principles and theories of political science.

Meeting dates: June 3, 2024 to July 27, 2024.

2. PSCI 1101: American Poltical System 

Section E01: Professor Karen Breslin in this online course explores the complexity of the American political system.                      

Meeting dates: June 3, 2024, to July 27, 2024

3. PSCI 2011: Logic of Political Inquiry 

Section E01: Professor Karen Beslin's online course studies the logic of political inquiry, to develop analytical skills necessary to understand political events.                       

Meeting dates: June 3, 2024 to July 27, 2024. 

4. PSCI 3022: Political Systems of the World 

Section 001: Professor Martin Widzer, gives a deep review of political systems around the world focusing on the structures and dynamics that shape global politics.            

Meeting dates: June 3, 2024 to July 27, 2024

5. PSCI 3042: World Politics 

Section E01 Thorsten Sphen leads students on an investigation of the details of world politics, examining important topics.                      

 Meeting dates: June 3, 2024 to July 27, 2024 

6. PSCI 3347: Film and Politics 

Section E01: Professor Harvey Bishop leads this online course in which students look at how the film develops and reflects political narratives.

Meeting dates: June 3, 2024 to July 27, 2024

Graduate Courses: 

1. PSCI 5245: Gender, development and Globalization 

Section E01: Professor Karen Sugar teaches this online course a thorough understanding of complex understanding relationships between gender, development, and globalization.  

Meeting Dates: June 6, 2024 to July 8, 2024