The Department of Politics provides students with a wide range of courses covering the main subfields of political science -- US politics, Comparative and International Studies, Political Theory, and Public Policy -- from introductory level classes up to 400-level seminars and tutorials. All Politics classes are small, with between 10 to 30 students per class.
In addition to the courses listed below, students can also work one-on-one with faculty on independent study projects of their own choosing. Students can also earn credits towards the major through internships.
Use the links below to explore our course offerings:
Catalog: Listing of most Politics courses. This is a listing with a brief description of most courses offered by the Politics Department. It does not include specific topics of 400-level seminars and tutorials, or of the 300-level "Selected Topics" courses.
Courses Spring 2017: Descriptions. (coming soon)
Courses Spring 2017: Schedule. PDF file, listing of courses and schedule we are offering in the Spring 2017 semester.
Courses Fall 2016: Descriptions. Course descriptions more detailed than the catalog, including titles and descriptions of seminars, tutorials, and "Selected Topics" courses that are not listed in the catalog.
Courses Fall 2016: Schedule. PDF file, listing of courses and schedule we are offering in the Fall 2016 semester.
Previous semesters. This is a listing of previous semesters, and includes the course descriptions and schedules for each semester.