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Political Science Courses for Fall, 2009

 

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2201 101 American Politics Engel MWF 9:00
2201 102 American Politics Young MWF 10:00
2201 103 American Politics
Hoffman
MWF 12:00
2201 104 American Politics
Kazmierczak
TuTh 8:00
2201 105 American Politics Azari TuTh 11:00
2401 101 Comparative Politics Kazmierczak MWF 8:00
2401 102 Comparative Politics Giaimo MWF 10:00
2401 103 Comparative Politics Barrington MWF 11:00
2401 104 Comparative Politics Swank TuTh 12:30
2601 101 International Politics Armstrong MWF 10:00
2601 102 International Politics Friman MWF 2:00
2601 103 International Politics Drope TuTh 2:00
2601 104 International Politics LeBlanc TuTh 3:30
2601 105 International Politics Armstrong MWF 12:00
2801 101 Justice & Power Janairo MWF 1:00
2801 102 Justice & Power Dobbs TuTh 9:30
4201 101 The United States Congress Azari TuTh 2:00
4201 102 The United States Congress (at the Aspin Center) O'Brien TBA TBA
4221 101 Interest Group Politics (at the Aspin Center ) O'Brien TBA TBA
4231 101 Political Organizations Young MW 2:00
4241 101 Constitutional Law Engel MW 2:00
4371 101 Media and Politics in the U.S. Hoffman MWF 11:00
4406 101 Public Policy in Industrial Democracies Giaimo MWF 1:00
4431 101 Modern Revolutions Fleet TuTh 9:30
4521 101 Chinese Politics McCormick TuTh 9:30
4561 101 Politics of the Developing World Fleet TuTh 11:00
4601 101 International Law LeBlanc TuTh 8:00
4631 101 World Conflict and Security Armstrong MWF 2:00
4801 101 Citizens, Beasts, or Gods? Dobbs TuTh 11:00
4931 101 Topics in Political Science: Comparative Health Politics and Policy Giaimo MWF 9:00
4931 102 Topics in Political Science: Love and Wisdom: Ancient Concepts Hanley MW 3:30
4986 101 Senior Experience: Chinese Politics McCormick TuTh 9:30
4986 102 Senior Experience: Love and Wisdom: Ancient Concepts Hanley MW 3:30
6101 701 Contemporary Political Research Barrington M 4:00
6221 701 Interest Groups Young W 4:00
6401 701 Comparative Politics Fleet W 4:00
6411 701 Comparative Political Economy of Advanced Industrial Societies Swank Th 4:00
6621 701 International Political Economy Drope Tu 4:00

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