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PE 101: American National Government
This course focuses on tools for understanding and evaluating the major policy choices in the American political system. Specific topics treated include principles of American democracy and the United States Constitution; political culture; interest groups, parties, and electio...
Professors: Anne M. Hallum; David L. Hill
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PE 102: Florida Politics
Study of the federal system and the role of the states and communities in the Ameican political system. Contemporary politics and public policies in the state of Florida are examined and discussed.
Professors: T. W. Bailey
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PE 190: FYS:Elections
First Year Seminar - Only open to new, first time, first year students.
Professors: David L. Hill
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PE 190: Tpcs:U.S. Foreign Policy
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Professors: Stephen W. Day
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PE 236: European Politics
Freiburg Abroad Course-Permission required
Professors: Gary L. Maris
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PE 300: Political Internship
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Professors: T. W. Bailey
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PE 301: International Relations
A survey of the diplomatic, legal, economic, military and organizational relations of nations and the major contemporary problems of world politics. The forces of change in the international system and the impact of sovereignty, nationalism, and power politics are given special ...
Professors: T. W. Bailey
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PE 306: Law and Society
The issues of American civil liberties and civil rights are viewed within the framework of decisions of the United States Supreme Court.
Professors: T. W. Bailey
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PE 315: American Health Care Policy
This course will review the history of health care in America, concentrating on the history of health care public policies (Medicaid, Medicare). We will study the parties involved in shaping Health Care policies. Course reading will be supplemented by speakers representing the ...
Professors: Gary L. Maris
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PE 316: Environmental Politics
The course applies public policy analytic models to help explain why governments pursue the policies they do, and what the consequences of these policies are. Students will examine hopeful responses to dilemmas of global warming, acid rain, deforestation, ozone depletion, overpo...
Professors: Anne M. Hallum
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