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POLS 101: GE:BASIC ISSUES POLIT
This course explores the major social and political questions that confront the American people. It discusses the conflict that every voter in the nation faces as American democracy strives to bridge the gap between promise and performance, between the ideal and the real in the A...
Professors: MISHIMA, K
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POLS 101: GE: Basic Issues of Politics
This course explores the major social and political questions that confront the American people. It discusses the conflict that every voter in the nation faces as American democracy strives to bridge the gap between promise and performance, between the ideal and the real in the A...
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POLS 111: GE:PRIN POLITICAL SCI
This course is an inquiry into such fundamental concepts as state, sovereignty, law, rights, citizenship, liberty, and constitution; included are a study of the functions of government and an identification of the standard institutions for implementing those functions.
Professors: ELIASSON, J; ELIASSON, LJ; QUAINOO, S; (more)
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POLS 201: GE:ELEMNT PUBLIC ADMIN
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Professors: BECKER, J; WEBER, JA
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POLS 211: GE:AMERICAN GOVERNMENT
This course analyzes the basic principles of our federal, state, and local governments with emphasis on the Constitution of the United States and its interpretation as well as the machinery through which it is implemented. Students examine the structure, organization, power, proc...
Professors: ADAMS, K; BECKER, J; MASH, KM; (more)
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POLS 230: GE:ASIA
The course examines the history, culture and political developments of selected countries in Asia. Students will focus on their economic strategies and concepts of government. They will also examine the differences and commonalities within Asia and outside the subregion Prerequis...
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POLS 293: GE:PUBLIC POLICY&ADMIN
This course examines the role and scope of public administrators and the challenges that confront them. It also analyzes the stages of the public policy process as well as the internal and external factors that impact public policy. Administration and public policy making both wi...
Professors: QUAINOO, S
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POLS 314: GE:STATE & LOCAL GOVT
This course is an introduction to state and local governmental institutions and processes, and the way they are interrelated with the federal system, with special emphasis on the contemporary needs of the local community. Prerequisite: Any one of POLS 111, 211, or 222.
Professors: MCGLYNN, A; WEBER, JA
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POLS 322: GE:INTERNTNL RELATION
This course examines the major theories, processes, and units that comprise the study of politics and the international system. Areas of particular emphasis include sovereignty, nationalism, and warfare. Prerequisite: Any one of POLS 111, 211 or 222.
Professors: ELIASSON, L
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POLS 332: GE:COMPAR EUROPN GOVT
This course is a study of major types of government with emphasis on European democracies; comparison is used as a detector of problems and as a method for developing better solutions; differences in character, traditions, and conditions are examined to develop an understanding o...
Professors: ELIASSON, LJ
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