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PSCI 4126 - Introduction to International Political Economy

March 30, 2021

Looking for a Fall 2021 online course? Designed for students in the fields of political science, economics and international relations, this upper-division course introduces students to the major contours of the global political economy. The field of International Political Economy (IPE) in general is situated at the intersection of “wealth”...

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PSCI 4002-004, Politics of Animal Rights

April 13, 2020

Corporations have rights, how about animals? That question is the subject of a topics course this fall, PSCI 4002-004, Politics of Animal Rights , TuTh 12:30PM - 1:45PM. The U.S. Supreme Court has famously held that corporations enjoy protections for speech and freedom of religion yet animals are still treated...

Take a class with current CO Speaker of the House, Crisanta Duran!

June 1, 2018

Have you ever wanted to take a political science course with a current, practicing legislator? This fall you can. Crisanta Duran the current Colorado Speaker of the House will be teaching our undergraduate/graduate cross-listed course, PSCI 4024/5024 State Politics. This 3-credit class will be a 3-week intensive course held over...

Fall 2018 Upper-Division Poli Sci Requirements

March 22, 2018

Upper-Division Distribution Requirements for PSCI majors Majors need one 4000-level course in American, comparative, and international politics, two political theory courses, one research methods course, and an internship, as well as three PSCI electives. When a course falls into two categories, a student must select one category or another, not...