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Spring 2005 Day Course Schedule - Political Science

!* POL-100I-S01 Intro to Politics 4 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MC 114 H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Freshmen & Sophomores only

!* POL-201-S01 American Natl Govt 4 8:00AM-9:40AM TTH MC 200 J. Pawlik
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S02 American Natl Govt 4 9:55AM-11:35AM TTH MC 112 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S03 American Natl Govt 4 12:00PM-1:05PM MWF MC 114 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S04 American Natl Govt 4 1:20PM-2:25PM MWF MC 110 C. Burke
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

! POL-202-S01 Healthcare Policy 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 110 R. Drake
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
Course will start with a review of the nature and stages of the public policy process, particularly as it applies to the health care system in the U.S. This segment will also include a practical "tool" for forecasting and managing the outcome of any given health care issue. Throughout the course, reference will be directed at a number of current proposals for changes in the American health issues including, but not limited to, medicare reform, changes in the medicaid system, & medical malpractice law.

!* POL-204-S16 Civil Rights II 2 6:15PM-7:45PM TH MC 210 Hardiman
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

!* POL-205-S01 Environ Politics 3 9:20AM-10:10AM MWF MC 16 D. Vance
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* POL-207-S01 Intro to Law 3 1:00PM-2:15PM TTH MC 22 S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

!* POL-207-S16 Intro to Law 3 6:15PM-7:30PM TTH MC 114 S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

!* POL-208-S01 Sex and the Law 3 2:55PM-4:10PM TTH MC 210 S. Walters

POL-209-S16 Political Hist of Ohio 2 6:15PM-7:45PM W MC 110/112 T. Sutton
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply. This course will explore the political, social, and economic history of the state of Ohio, from its roots as the Northwest Territory through its rise to economic and political prominence in the late 19th century, to its current political status as a midwestern "rust belt" state. The course will include analysis of the structure and dynamics of state political institutions and current issues of concern to Ohio. Recommended for middle childhood education majors with the teaching field of social studies and adolescent social studies majors.

!* POL-211I-S01 Intl Politics 4 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MC 10 C. Sarver
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-211I-S16 Intl Politics 4 6:15PM-9:15PM M MC 200 C. Sarver
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

!* POL-221I-S01 Intro Comparative Pol 4 1:20PM-2:25PM MWF MC 114 H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-231-S01 Intro Political Theory 4 8:00AM-9:40AM TTH MC 114 Mattern
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

! POL-303-S16 Public Administration 3 6:15PM-8:45PM M MC 114 M. Cain
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

! POL-307-S01 Amer Constitutnl Law 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF MC 1 C. Burke

POL-329I-S01 Politics & Govt Africa 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF MC 16 C. Sarver
The purpose of this course is to critically examine the important political, social and economic issues facing modern Africa today. The focus will be regional in scope, and will involve an historical examination of the development of Africa as a whole. This will include analyses of the impact of Colonialism/Imperialism, the imposition of the modern nation state system, economic development (or lack thereof), African leadership, and relations with the developed world (in particular Europe and North America).

! POL-331-S01 Hist Pol Phil II: Modern 3 9:55-11:10AM TTH MC 16 Mattern
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Students examine the ideas of selected political philosophers from the 16th century to the present.

POL-363I-S01 Sem: Immigratn/Trade Americas 3 1:20-2:10PM MWF MC 210 T. Sutton
This course will analyze contemporary issues in trade and immigration between the U.S. and Latin America. The course will explore the effects of NAFTA, the persistnent needs and problems of undocumented workers, expanding free trade to other regions of the hemisphere, the rise of Latinos as a political, social, and economic force in the U.S., and the history and future potential of these developments.

MINIMESTER A

! POL-216I-A01 Intl Org: Case Studies 1 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 10 C. Burke
Prerequisites: Take POL-215I;
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 Universitiesí model United Nations. Course serves as preparation for the BW team. Credits determined by number of models attended.

! POL-216I-A02 Intl Org: Case Studies 2-3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 10 C. Burke
Prerequisites: Take POL-215I;
See POL 216I-A01 for course description.

 

 

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