Department of Political Science and International Affairs

Resources / Course Forecast

Listed below is the projected availability of courses within the Department of Political Science and International Affairs over the next four years. Please note that the course forecast is tentative and thus may have to be altered depending on availability of faculty, classrooms, and student demand.

LEGEND: Use the guide below to understand the course forecast chart:
N = Course Not Offered
Y = Course Offered
Y-D = Course Offered. Day
Y-E = Course Offered. Evening
Y-W = Course Offered. Weekend
*Place cursor on any block to see availability.

International Policy Management (IPM)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
7720World Politics and GovernanceY
7725Comparative PoliticsY
7730International Conflict ManagementYNNY
7735Development: Policy and PracticeYY
7740Strategic Negotiation and Decision-MakingYY
7745International Political EconomyYNNY
7750Global Trade: Policy and Practice
7755Political Risk ManagementYY
7756Comparative Regulatory Politics
7757Transnational Civil SocietyYY
7760Global ExperienceYY
7765Capstone: Practicum or ThesisYNNY
7900Special Topics in International Policy Management

Conflict Management (MSCM)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
7100Introduction to Conflict Management
7205Basic Mediation Training ClinicYY
7210Foundations and Theories of Conflict Management: Conflict TheoryYY
7220Foundations and Theories of Conflict Management: Negotiation TheoryYY
7230Foundations and Theories of Conflict Management: ADR ContinuumYY
7310Critical Knowledge and Skills of Conflict Management: Interpersonal, Intergroup, and Community Conflict and Workplace/Organizational ConflictYY
7315Organizational and Workplace ConflictYY
7320Critical Knowledge and Skills of Conflict Management: Public Policy Disputes, Cross-Cultural and International Conflict ResolutionYY
7325Advanced Civil Mediation ClinicYY
7335Organizational LeadershipYY
7355Advanced International Mediation ClinicYY
7365Humanitarian Crisis InterventionYY
7400Conflict Management Research MethodsYY
7500Conflict Management Systems DesignYY
7600Study of a Specific Conflict Management EnvironmentYY
7705Advanced Applied Skills TrainingYY
7710The Practice of Conflict Management: Field ExperienceYY
7715The Practice of Conflict Management: Field ExperienceYY
7720The Practice of Conflict Management: Field Study and Internship ReportsYY
8900Special Topics
8940Directed Study

Public Administration (PAD)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
6200Fundamentals of Public Administration and Public ServiceYYYY
6250Research Methods and Computer ApplicationsYY
6300Public Organization TheoryYY
6350Public Service BudgetingYYY
6450Governmental RelationsYYY
6500Policy AnalysisYY
6600Program EvaluationYYY
6700Human Resource Management in Public ServiceYYY
7100Philanthropy and the Nonprofit SectorYY
7120Health PolicyYYY
7130Regional Politics and Policy
7140International Environmental PolicyYY
7150Contemporary Public IssuesYY
7180Nonprofit Governance and AdministrationYYY
7230Local Governance and City Management
7250Leadership and Ethics in Public ServiceYYYY
7390Public Financial Management
7430Regional and Local Planning
7455Administrative LawYY
7470Issues in Criminal Justice Administration
7900Special TopicsYYY
7950Directed Study
7985Internship in Public ServiceYYYYYY
7995Public Service PracticumYNYYNY

Political Science & Int'l Affairs (POLS)
NumCourse TitleSprSumFallSprSumFallSprSumFall
1101American Government in a Global PerspectiveYYYYYYYYY
2212State and Local GovernmentYYYYYYYYY
2240Introduction to Comparative PoliticsYYYYYYYYY
2250Introduction to International RelationsYYYYYYYYY
2270Political IdeologiesYYYYYYYYY
2280Research MethodsYYYYYYYYY
2401Global IssuesYYYYYYYYY
3300U.S. Constitution and CourtsYYYYYYYYY
3313Public Policy AnalysisNYNNNN
3315American Constitutional Law: FederalismYNNYNNY
3320Legal ResearchYNNYNNY
3343Principles of Public AdministrationYYYYYYYYY
3350American Foreign PolicyYNYYNYYYY
3356U.S. Environmental Policy & PoliticsNNYNNYY
3360The United States CongressYYYYYYYYY
3370The United States PresidencyYYYYYYYYY
3380Mass Media and PoliticsYNYYNYYY
3385Campaigns and ElectionsNNYNNYY
3388Lobbying and Interest GroupsYNNYNNY
3390Political Research On-LineNNNNNN
3394Public Polling and Survey TechniquesNNYNNYY
3396Cooperative StudyYYYYYYYYY
4000Practicum in Political Science and International AffairsNNNNNN
4100Directed Applied ResearchNNNNNN
4200Homeland Security AdministrationYNNYNNY
4280Advanced Research Methods and Data AnalysisYNNYNNY
4400Directed StudyNNN
4402Political PartiesNNYNNYY
4405Comparative Legal SystemsNNYNNYY
4410American Legal SystemYNNYNNY
4411Criminal LawNNYNNYY
4412Urban Affairs and ProblemsYNYYNYYY
4415Civil LibertiesNNYNNYY
4416Law and GenderYNNYNNY
4420Judicial ProcessYNNYNNY
4423Great Political ThinkersNNYNNYY
4427American Political ThoughtYNNYNNY
4428Race, Gender, and the Politics of DifferenceYNNYNNY
4429Legal Theory & Philosophy
4430International Law and OrganizationNNYNNYY
4431Politics of International TerrorismYNNYNNY
4433European Union PoliticsYNNYNNY
4436Politics of Developing AreasYNYYNYYY
4437Global SecurityYNYYNYYY
4438International Political EconomyNNYNNYY
4439Political Economy of Transition in Russia and Central AsiaYNNYNN
4444Administrative Practices and OrganizationNNNNNN
4446Governmental BudgetingNNNNNN
4448Politics of EurasiaYNNYNNYY
4449Russian Foreign PolicyNNYNNY
4452Politics of the Pacific RimNNYNNYY
4453Latin America: Democracy and DevelopmentYNNYNNY
4454Politics of the Middle EastNNYNNYY
4455International Relations of AfricaYNNYNNY
4456International Environmental PolicyYNNYNNY
4457South Asian Politics: A Comparative PerspectiveNNNNNN
4466Trial Procedure and EvidenceNNYNNYY
4470Alternative Dispute ResolutionNYNNYNY
4480Practicum in Alternative Dispute ResolutionYYYYYYYYY
4490Special Topics in Political Science
4499Senior SeminarYYYYYYYYY
7705Political IdeologiesNNNNNN