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Spring 2004 Course Schedule- Political Science

Day Division - Semester

!* POL-100I-S16 Introduction to Politics 4 6:15PM-9:15PM W MC 10 S. Craig
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

!* POL-201-S01 American Natl Govt 4 8:00AM-9:05AM MWF MC 114 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

!* POL-201-S02 American Natl Govt 4 8:00AM-9:40AM TTH MC 200 D. Vance
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-202-S01 Healthcare Policy 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 210 R. Drake
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
This 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, and medical malpractice law.

! POL-202-S16 Education Policy 3 6:15PM-8:45PM W MC 200 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
An introduction into the dynamics of policymaking at the national, state and local level in American public education, with special attention to current issues such as school funding, standardized testing, privatization, reform, the professionalization of
teaching and school administration, and the social, economic, and political roles of education.

! POL-204-S16 Civil Rights II 2 6:15PM-7:55PM TH MC 210 J. Hardiman
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

CANCELLED !* POL-205-S01 Environ Politics 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF
MC 210  D. Vance
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
This course surveys four aspects of environmental politics and policy: (a) a history of the U.S. environmental movement; (b) the major actors shaping national policy; (c) current national policy concernsóland mgmt, water quality, waste disposal, energy, etc.; and (d) major international issuesóclimate change, population, the oceans, etc.

CANCELLED !* POL-205-S16 Environ Politics 3 6:15PM-8:45PM T MC 114
D. Vance
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply. See POL 205.S01 for course description.

! POL-207-S01 Intro to Law 3 8:15AM-9:05AM MWF MC 214 D. Perrico
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-208-S16 Sex and the Law 3 6:15PM-7:30PM TTH MC 110 S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply. Issues to be discussed will include sexual harassment in varied settings, equal opportunity in the workplace, in education, and in the area of athletic scholarships & funding, and reproductive rights, including abortion, adoption, custody and surrogacy.

!* POL-211I-S01 Intl Politics 4 1:00PM-2:40PM TTH MC 200 J. Krutky
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction

! POL-221I-S01 Modern Governments 4 9:20AM-10:25AM MWF MC 114
H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-221I-S02 Modern Governments 4 1:20PM-2:25PM MWF MC 210 H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-231-S16 Intro Political Theory 4 6:15PM-9:15PM M MC 114 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply.

! POL-239-S01 Political Economy 3 12:00PM-12:50PM MWF MC 214 M. Mattern
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
Political economy addresses the intersection of money, justice and politics. Students will study basic issues in political economy such as inequality, (un)employment, the politics of the workplace, the national debt, corporate welfare, tax policy, and social welfare spending.

! POL-241-S16 Public Interest Research 4 6:15PM-9:15PM W MC 210 M. Mattern
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
Above is P.M. Day Tuition Rates Apply. Students learn research methods by applying them. Students conduct professional quality research that will help policy makers and community activists improve our communities.

! POL-306-S01 Judicial Processes 3 9:20AM-10:10AM MWF MC 210 T. Sutton
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
An in-depth study of the American judicial system; its processes, politics, and priorities, with attention to issues such as judicial ideology, access to legal representation, and the problem of a "glutted" system versus "having oneís day in court."

! POL-309-S01 Crim Law & Constitution 3 2:55PM-4:10PM TTH MC 200
S. Walters
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact

! POL-327I-S01 Political Change in Asia 3 10:40AM-11:30AM MWF MC 114
H. Chae
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving

! POL-463I-S01 Sem: Phy, Pol & Proliferation 3 9:55AM-11:10AM TTH MC 200 Krutky/Meyer
Core Academic Skill: Writing
Core Academic Skill: Ethical Impact
An examination of the inter-relationships between physics and politics as demonstrated in weapons development with special consideration given to nuclear and space-based weaponry, missile defense, global attemps to stop proliferation and the implications for U.S. and other selected countries defense policies. Course fulfills the Interdisciplinary seminar required for IS Majors Cross Listed with Int 463I and Phy 263I

Day Division - Minimester A

! POL-216I-A01 Intl Organizatn: Case Studies 1 TTH MC 16 J. Krutky
Prerequisites: Take POL-215I;
Core Academic Skill: Problem Solving
Core Academic Skill: Social Interaction
An illustration of factors determining behavior or potential behavior of individual states at U.N. voting determinants of behavior of states assigned to BW by Cleveland, Harvard, Howard Universities Model United Nations. Course serves as preparation for BW team. Credits determined by number of models attended.

! POL-216I-A02 Intl Organizatn: Case Studies 2 TTH MC 16 J. Krutky
Prerequisites: Take POL-215I;
See POL 216I A01 for course description

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