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Political Science Courses for Fall 2013

Course Number
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Section Course Title
Professor
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Days Time
2201 101 American Politics
McAdams
TuTh 9:30
2201 101 American Politics
Nolette
MW 12:00
2401 101 Comparative Politics Barrington MWF 12:00
2401 102 Comparative Politics Swank TuTh 11:00
2601 101 International Politics Shelledy MW 9:30
2601 102 International Politics Kazmierczak TuTh 3:30
2801 101 Justice & Power Dobbs TuTh 9:30
2801 102 Justice & Power Hanley MWF 1:00
4191 101 The Logic of Social Inquiry: The Kennedy Assassination McAdams TuTh 12:30
4201 201 The United States Congress (at the Aspin Center) O'Brien; Murray TBA TBA
4211 101 The American Presidency Azari MW 2:00
4213 101 Elections, Public Opinion and Participation Wichowsky TuTh 3:30
4221 201 Interest Group Politics (at the Aspin Center) O'Brien; Murray TBA TBA
4241 101 American Constitutional Law and Development Nolette MW 3:30
4291 101 Urban Politics Wichowsky TuTh 2:00
4321 101 Business and Politics Prout M 2:00
4371 101 Media and Politics in the United States Hoffman MWF 11:00
4376 101 American National Security Policy Brooks TuTh 12:30
4431 101 Modern Revolutions McCormick MW 2:00
4521 101 Chinese Politics McCormick MW 3:30
4541 101 Latin American Politics Kyle MW 2:00
4601 101 International Law Kim TuTh 11:00
4621 101 Politics of the World Economy Friman TuTh 12:30
4651 101 Politics of Human Rights Kim TuTh 2:00
4811 101 The Best Constitution Dobbs TuTh 11:00
4871 101 Politics and Literature Hanley MW 2:00
4931 101 Topics in Political Science: Politics of U.S. Health Care Giaimo MWF 10:00
4931 102 Topics in Political Science: African Politics Singleton TuTh 9:30
4931 701 Topics in Political Science: Comparative Constitutionalism Hylton Tu 4:00
4986 201 Internship in Political Science (at the Aspin Center) Murray TBA TBA
4987 101 Internships as Field Experience Hoffman MWF 9:00
5191 101 The Logic of Social Inquiry: The Kennedy Assassination McAdams TuTh 12:30
5211 101 The American Presidency Azari MW 2:00
5213 101 Elections, Public Opinion and Participation Wichowsky TuTh 3:30
5241 101 American Constitutional Law and Development Nolette MW 3:30
5291 101 Urban Politics Wichowsky TuTh 2:00
5321 101 Business and Politics Prout M 2:00
5371 101 Media and Politics in the United States Hoffman MWF 11:00
5376 101 American National Security Policy Brooks TuTh 12:30
5431 101 Modern Revolutions McCormick MW 2:00
5521 101 Chinese Politics McCormick MW 3:30
5541 101 Latin American Politics Kyle MW 2:00
5601 101 International Law Kim TuTh 11:00
5621 101 Politics of the World Economy Friman TuTh 12:30
5651 101 Politics of Human Rights Kim TuTh 2:00
5811 101 The Best Constitution Dobbs TuTh 11:00
5931 101 Topics in Political Science: Politics of U.S. Health Care Giaimo MWF 10:00
5931 102 Topics in Political Science: African Politics Singleton TuTh 9:30
5931 701 Topics in Political Science: Comparative Constitutionalism Hylton Tu 4:00
6101 701 Contemporary Political Research Azari M 4:20
6401 701 Comparative Politics Giaimo W 4:00
6501 701 European Politics Swank Tu 4:00
6801 701 Political Philosophy Dobbs Th 4:00
6954 701 Research Seminar in American Politics: Criminal Justice Policy McAdams W 4:00
6986 701 Graduate Internship in Political Science TBA TBA TBA
6995 101 Independent Study TBA TBA TBA
6999 101 Master's Thesis TBA TBA TBA
9970 101 Graduate Standing: Less Than Half-Time Giaimo TBA TBA
9974 101 Graduate Fellowship: Full-Time Giaimo TBA TBA
9976 101 Graduate Assistantship -- Research: Full-Time Giaimo TBA TBA
9985 101 Master's Comp Exam Prep: Half-Time Giaimo TBA TBA
9986 101 Master's Comp Exam Prep: Full-Time Giaimo TBA TBA

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