PS 199 Sp St Ethics, Identity, and Society
Interrogate the relationship between ethics, identity, and political agency by surveying a series of concepts relevant to these themes: capitalism, gender, race and incarceration. This course will count toward 200-level PS Major Requirement.
Gateway Course for Career Path: Ethics, Identity, and Society
201 United States Politics (SSC)
Theoretical introduction to American institutions, political doctrines, and ideology as these affect the course of politics and public policy in the United States.
Gateway Course for Career Path: Public Policy and Political Action
205 Introduction to International Relations (SSC)
Introduction to theoretical and methodological tools for the analysis of world politics.
Gateway Course for Career Path:Global Engagement
PS 210 Politics of Business (SSC)
Introduces the political science subfield of political economy, which studies the relationship between concepts like the market and the state, capitalism and democracy, politics and the economy. The American political economy is examined from both a historical and an international perspective.
Gateway Course for Career Path: Politics of Business
275 Legal Process (SSC)
Overview of the United States legal system. Covers a range of sociolegal writing and provides a context for the legal system under which the U.S. operates.
Gateway Course for Career Path: Politics, Law and Justice
297 Introduction to Environmental Politics
United States environmental policy and alternative environmental political futures.
Gateway Course for Career Path: Sustainability, Development, and Social Action