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2002SP Undergraduate Day - Political Science

Day Division - Semester

!*# POL-100-S01 Intro Pol Science   4   1:20PM-2:25PM   MWF   MC 114   H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving for freshmen and sophomores only

!* POL-201-S01 American Natl Govt   4   8:00AM-9:05AM   MWF   MC 214   T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S02 American Natl Govt   4   9:20AM-10:25AM   MWF   MC 114   R. Drake
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S03 American Natl Govt   4   10:40AM-11:45AM   MWF   MC 110   C. Burke
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S04 American Natl Govt   4   8:00AM-9:40AM   TTH   MC 1   J. King
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S05 American Natl Govt  
4   2:40PM-3:45PM   MWF   MC 210   T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-204-S16 Civil Rights II   2   6:15PM-7:45PM   TH   MC 110   J. Hardiman
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY.

!* POL-205-S01 Environ Politics   3   9:20AM-10:10AM   MWF   MC 210   D. Vance
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* POL-207-S01 Intro to Law   3   2:55PM-4:10PM   TTH   MC 200   S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-208-S16 Topic: Your Privacy & Law   3   6:15PM-7:30PM   TTH   MC 200   S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
This course will examine the balance the law strikes between personal constitutional freedoms and intrusions into that privacy by government, employers, health insurers and others.  Topics will include internet privacy, electronic monitoring, disease databases, and reproductive freedom.
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY.

!*# POL-211-S01 Intl Politics   4   1:00PM-2:40PM   TTH   MC 110   J. Krutky
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!*# POL-221-S01 Modern Governments   4   9:20AM-10:25AM   MWF   MC 214   H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!# POL-228-S01 Middle East Today   3   12:00PM-12:50PM   MWF   MC 200   D. Vance
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-231-S16 Intro Politic Theory   4   6:15PM-9:15PM   T   MC 114   T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY.

POL-263-S01 Sem: Terrorism Roots/Responses   3   10:40AM-11:30AM   MWF   MC 200   T. Sutton         PREQ: ANY SINGLE COURSE FROM AMONG POL 100, 201, 211 OR 221
NEW!  This course will explore the origins of terrorism as a political tool, and as an instrument of socio-economic disruption.  What is the rationale behind terrorism?  How do governments and societies respond?  Can terrorism be stopped?  The course will include contributions from a variety of BW faculty along with presentations by experts dealing with dimensions of this phenomena.

POL-263-S02 Sem: Political Econ   3   12:00PM-12:50PM   MWF   MC 114   M. Mattern
Political economy encompasses the intersection of politics and economics.  This course will introduce students to some of the terrain of political economy while giving them some grounding in the major debates and issues that define the discipline.  Some of the issues that may be addressed include the political economy of inequality, of race and place, of the mass media, of employment and the workplace, of the environment and of trade and investment.

! POL-299-S16 Public Interest Rsrch   4   6:15PM-9:15PM   W   MC 210   M. Mattern
ABOVE IS P.M. DAY TUITION RATES APPLY.
Students learn research methods by applying them. Students conduct professional quality research that will help policy makers and community activists improve our communities. Course will substitute for POL 240 requirement of majors.

! POL-308-S01 Civil Liberties In U.S.   3   1:20PM-2:10PM   MWF   MC 10   C. Burke

!# POL-311-S01 American Foreign Policy   3   9:55-11:10AM   TTH   MC 200   J. Krutky
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving (SEE INT 463 FOR COURSE DESCRIPTION)

# POL-326-S01 POLITICAL CHANGE ASIA   3   10:40AM-11:30AM   MWF   MC 114   H. Chae
The course examines the past, present and future of East Asia in terms of the concept of political, economic, social and cultural change.  The "countries" and "territories" that are selected include Japan, China (mainland, Taiwan, Hong Kong), and Korea (North and South).  As the sub-designations indicate, this is a region of some complexity and controversy.  The course explores the following themes with special emphasis:  the rise of nationalism and communism, the different paths to political modernization and economic development selected by the different countries, and the question of Korean reunification as well as the issues in the China-Taiwan relationship.

POL-339-S01 Spec Topics Pol Theory   3   9:55AM-11:10AM   TTH   MC 210   M. Mattern
"Early Modern and Modern Political Philosophy"  In this course, students examine the thought of selected political philosophers in the history of Western political philosophy from the 16th century to the present.  As special effort is made to connect the ideas of political philosophers to concrete historical and cultural developments; to understand their ideas as perspectives originating from, and representing, relative vantage points of power and interest; to understand how their political philosophy is gendered; and to use their ideas to help understand contemporary issues.

POL-363-S01 Sem: Judicial Process   3   12:00PM-12:50PM   MWF   MC 16   T. Sutton
This course will survey elements of state and federal court structures, judicial decision making and selection, and aspects of civil, criminal, and constitutional case law processes.  Principles of justice, equality, and public safety will also be addressed.

Day Division - Minimester A

# POL-216-A01 Intl Org:Case Studies   1-2   1:00PM-2:40PM   TTH   MC 10   C. Burke
Prerequisites: Take POL-215
An illustration of factors determining behavior or potential behavior of individual states at UN.  Voting determinants of behavior of states assigned to BW by Cleveland, Harvard, Howard Universities Model United Nations.  
COURSE SERVES AS PREPARATION FOR BW TEAM.

Day Division - Minimester B

! POL-202-B01 Diversity Policy Forum   1   1:00PM-2:40PM   M   MC 200   M. Mattern
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
NEW!  This class features a series of guest presentations and workshops on contemporary policy issues surrounding diversity.  Potential topics include slavery reparations, affirmative action, domestic partnership benefits, hate crime sentencing, sexual harassment and sexual abuse law, using ethnic symbols as sports mascots, college admissions and hiring policies, and more.

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