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2012 -Fall

College of Arts & Sciences (AS)

Political Science (PSC)


PSC 1305
American National Government
1305   American National Government                               TCCNS: GOVT 2305
   A course in American national government with emphasis on the historical background, structure, organization, and functioning of that government.
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01Open503N/A13064TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
02Open507N/A15157TR0330PM - 0445PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
for International Exchange students only


PSC 2302
Amer Constitutional Dev
2302   American Constitutional Development                          
   An historical and institutional study of the background, content, development, and interpretation of the United States Constitution. This course is required for all bachelor's degrees. (This course and PSC 1306 should be taken by students seeking a Texas Teacher's Certificate, or by preengineering, predental, premedical and other students who may seek a degree from a Texas state-supported school.)
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02Open502N/A13069MWF0905AM - 0955AMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
03Closed120-4N/A13070MWF1010AM - 1100AMDRAPER 1723Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
04Closed120-8N/A13071MWF1115AM - 1205PMDRAPER 1723Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
05Closed900N/A22351MWF1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
06Open904N/A24028MWF0125PM - 0215PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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07Open501N/A13074MWF0230PM - 0320PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
08Open902N/A24030TR0800AM - 0915AMDRAPER 3373Regular
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09Open1201N/A14373TR0930AM - 1045AMDRAPER 1723Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
10Closed109-2N/A13078TR1100AM - 1215PMDRAPER 1163Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
11Closed110-1N/A15639TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 1163Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
12Open1102N/A17033TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 1163Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
13Open902N/A25532TR0330PM - 0445PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
14Open301N/A26224TR0700PM - 0815PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 2302
Amer Constitutional Dev HNR
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
For Honors Program students only
H2Open151N/A26495MWF1010AM - 1100AMBURL 3093Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 2343
Western Political Philosophy
2343   Introduction to Western Political Philosophy
   The Western tradition of political philosophy from Ancient Greece to the present day. This course will not substitute for PSC 2302.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3302
Crimnl Just/Comm Law Enf
3302   Criminal Justice and Community Law Enforcement (Cross-listed as CCS 3302)
   See CCS 3302 for course information.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3304
Comparative Government
3304   Comparative Politics                                        
   A comparative study of the principles, structure, and operation of contemporary governmental systems with special attention to the democratic systems of Europe.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
02Open191N/A27675MWF1010AM - 1100AMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 11/20/2012


PSC 3310
Legislative Proc & Behavior
3310   Legislative Process and Behavior  (Cross-listed as AMS 3310)
   An examination of state and national legislative institutions and processes. Areas covered include the nature of legislative responsibility, organizational structure, the role of parties and lobbying groups, legislative decision making, legislative relations with executive and judicial branches, policy output, and the theory and methods employed by scholars currently working in this field.
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01Closed30-1N/A21929TR0200PM - 0315PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3311
Moot Court
3311   Moot Court
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   Preparation for Moot Court competitions, which simulate the experience of arguing a constitutional case before the Supreme Court. May be taken twice for a total of six semester hours of credit.
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02Open202N/A28352T0330PM - 0600PMDRAPER 3453Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3315
Fund of Internatl Politics
3315   Fundamentals of International Politics                      
   Theories of international politics will be examined and compared in the light of the evolution of the modern states system. Attention will be given to the factors and variables that affect the formulation and implementation of foreign policies.
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01Closed190N/A13092TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
02Closed190N/A26494MWF0125PM - 0215PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 3320
Minority/Ethnic Politics
3320   Minority and Ethnic Group Politics  (Cross-listed as AMS 3320)
   A study of the political experiences and public concerns of four major ethnic and minority groups: African-Americans, Mexican-Americans, Asian-Americans, and Native Americans. Topics include employment, immigration, education, police-community relations, political and economic inequality, political movements, leadership patterns, and ethnic conflicts.
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01Closed14-2N/A17081TR1100AM - 1215PMBURL 3093Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3324
World Political Systems
3324   World Political Systems                                    
   A comparative survey of the world's political systems with emphasis on political culture, institutions, processes, and policies. Systems to be covered include the democracies of Western Europe, North America and the Pacific, the Communist and former Communist states of Eastern Europe and Asia, and the politically developing states of Africa, Asia, and Latin America.
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01Closed190N/A28228MWF0800AM - 0850AMDRAPER 3293Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 3325
Ethnopolitical Conflicts
3325    Ethnopolitical Conflicts                                    
   Survey of communal and ethnically based conflicts, using case studies to explore communal grievances vs. state interests. Examines various forms of political accommodations such as exit, autonomy, access, and control.
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01Open192N/A28229MWF0905AM - 0955AMDRAPER 3293Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3330
The American Presidency
3330   The American Presidency  (Cross-listed as AMS 3330)      
   The American presidency as a political institution and as one of the primary components of the United States governmental structure.
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01Open407N/A26001TR1230PM - 0145PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3339
Law & Religion in U.S.
3339   Law and Religion in the United States  (Cross-listed as AMS 3339, CHS 3339, and REL 3339)
   See CHS 3339 for course information.
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PSC 3340
Campaigns and Elections
3340   Campaigns and Elections  (Cross-listed as AMS 3340)    
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing or consent of instructor.
   The United States electoral process and structure primarily from an institutional perspective with emphasis on the role of political parties, interest groups, and citizens in political campaigns and elections.
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01Closed35-6N/A27677TR1100AM - 1215PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3345
Making American Foreign Policy
3345   Making American Foreign Policy
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.                              
   Values, objectives, processes, and means through which United States foreign policy objectives are formulated and sustained.
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01Closed190N/A22354TR0930AM - 1045AMDRAPER 3293Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3363
W Pol Thought:Classcl/Medievl
3363   Western Political Thought: Classical and Medieval          
   The tradition of western political thought from its origins in Greek antiquity through the Christian middle ages, stressing the original writings of great political philosophers.
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01Closed200N/A13096MW0230PM - 0345PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3372
Law, Justice and the Community
3372   Law, Justice and the Community  (Cross-listed as CCS 3372)
   See CCS 3372 for course information.
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01Closed10-3N/A24481TR1230PM - 0145PMBURL 3093Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
Instructor approval required


PSC 3375
Model United Nations
3375   Model United Nations                                        
Prerequisite(s): Consent of instructor.
   An overview of the United Nations, including its origins, the six principal organs established by the UN charter, the UN's role in international relations, and the functions of the General Assembly and Security Council. Recommended for those interested in participating in Baylor's Model UN team. May be taken twice.
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01Open194N/A24043MW0530PM - 0645PMDRAPER 3293Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 3382
Public Service Internship
3382   Public Service Internship                                  
Prerequisite(s): Consent of program director.
   Research and seminars supplemented by fieldwork in a regional federal agency, in a state or local governmental agency, or in a not-for-profit agency.
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01Open191N/A13098MW1220PM - 0110PMDRAPER 3293Practicum
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
Instructor approval required


PSC 3392
Washington Internship
3392   Washington Internship                                      
Prerequisite(s): Consent of program director.
   Research and seminars which will usually include attendance at a seminar held in Washington. Also required is regularly scheduled fieldwork in a governmental or not-for-profit agency located in Washington.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4304
Govt/Politics-Lat Amer
4304   Governments and Politics of Latin America                  
   Forms of organization, functions, and operations of governments in Latin America, with emphasis on contemporary conditions, trends, and distinctive types of Latin American institutions and policies.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4305
International Law
4305   International Law                                          
   Nature and origins of international law and the rights, duties, and responsibilities of the states under that law, as well as the problems which have arisen in its interpretation and enforcement.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4307
Environmental Law
4307   Environmental Law  (Cross-listed as ENV 4307)
   See ENV 4307 for course information.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4314
Govt/Politics-Mexico
4314   Government and Politics of Mexico                          
  Constitutional development and political processes in the Mexican federal system. Emphasis will be placed on twentieth-century constitutional and political change, with special attention given to the current scene.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4324
British Govt & Politics
4324   British Government and Politics                            
   Foundations, processes, and politics of British government. Emphasis will be given to political parties and interest groups, parliament, cabinet and administration, judiciary, and the prime minister. Analysis of current political issues and policies will be undertaken.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
Baylor in London - FIE Program


PSC 4334
Govt/Pol of Middle East
4334   Governments and Politics of the Middle East                
   Political structures and processes of the Middle East nations with an emphasis on elites, political parties, interest groups, and bureaucracies. Inter-regional relations, nationalism, the impact of religion and the Arab-Israeli conflict will be considered. Problems of nation-building, regional cooperation, as well as super- and great-power penetration, will also be explored.
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01Closed19-4N/A22368TR1100AM - 1215PMDRAPER 3373Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4335
Public Discourse & Foreign Pol
4335   Public Discourse and Foreign Policy  (Cross-listed as CSS 4353)
   See CSS 4353 for course information.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4344
Govt & Politics of Russia
4344   Government and Politics of Russia                          
   Historical and cultural background, the organization and functions of government, and the theory and practice of Russian politics. Emphasis is given to Russia's relationships with associated states.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4350
Political Parties
4350   Political Parties
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   The diverse roles of political parties in representative democracies, with emphasis on the American experience.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4354
Govt/Politics Western Europe
4354   Governments and Politics of Western Europe
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   A comparative study of the forms of government organization, political processes, and major developments in Western Europe. Course emphasizes parliamentary forms of democracy.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4355
Power/Morality/Intern Relation
4355   Power, Morality, and International Relations
Prerequisite(s): Upper-level standing.
   The influence of moral principles on international politics.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4360
Religion & Body Politic
4360   Religion and the Body Politic  (Cross-listed as CHS 4360, HIS 4360, and REL 4360)
   See CHS 4360 for course information.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4361
American Constitutional Law
4361   American Constitutional Law  (Cross-listed as AMS 4361)                            
   Constitutional law of the United States with basic cases concerning such subjects as separation of powers, federalism, the taxing and spending powers, and interstate and foreign commerce.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012


PSC 4364
Govt/Politics Asia-Pacific Reg
4364   The Governments and Politics of the Asia-Pacific Region  (Cross-listed as AST 4364)    
   Historical development of the Asia-Pacific region, with a focus on the contrasting roles played by China, Japan, and the United States. Discussion of alternative models of economic development and the impact of ASEAN and APEC on regionalism. Survey of the socio-political conditions in and among the region's states, with special attention devoted to Korean unification and cross-strait relations.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4374
Govt/Politics-East Asia
4374   Governments and Politics of East Asia  (Cross-listed as AST 4374)    
   Government organization and functions, political processes, and major developments in the political systems of Japan, China, and Korea since World War II.
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PSC 4379
Islam and Democracy
4379   Islam and Democracy   (Cross-listed as CHS 4379 and PHI 4379)
   See CHS 4379 for course information.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
Baylor in London - FIE Program


PSC 4383
Contemporary PoliticalThought
4383   Contemporary Political Thought                              
   Twentieth-century political ideas, with emphasis on contemporary democratic political theory and the challenges posed for traditional democratic ideals by major movements in contemporary psychological, existentialist, ethnic, feminist, socialist, and nationalist thought, and by problems rising from technology, mass society, and the observations of empirical political science.
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01Open197N/A26225MW0400PM - 0515PMDRAPER 3493Regular
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4390
Reading Course/Pol Sci
4390   Reading Course in Political Science              
Prerequisite(s): Senior standing and consent of the chairperson of the department.
   A tutorial course designed for advanced study in political science. The nature, limits, and requirements will be established in each instance after consultation between professor and student. May also be taken by student in a particular field after consultation with appropriate professor. May be repeated under a different topic for a total of six hours credit.
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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Start Date: 08/20/2012; End Date: 12/12/2012
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PSC 4V89
Adv Model Organize Amer States
4V89   Advanced Model Organization of American States  (Cross-listed as HIS 4V89)                                                                                    1 to 3 sem. hrs.
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PSC 4V94
US Foreign Policy /Middle East
4V94   Special Topics in Political Science                          1 to 6 sem. hrs.
   Examination of special topics in government and politics. May be repeated once under different topic not to exceed six semester hours.
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PSC 4V94
African Politics
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PSC 4V94
Anglo American Relations
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PSC 5199
Non-Thesis Degree Completion
5199   Non-Thesis Degree Completion
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PSC 5340
The American Founding
5340   The American Founding  (Cross-listed as AMS 5340)
   Study of the debates on the proper structure, institutional arrangements, and purposes of government during the Founding period focusing on the creation and ratification of the American constitution.
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PSC 5391
Reading Crse Political Science
5391   Reading Course in Political Science
Prerequisite(s): Graduate standing and consent of instructor.
   A tutorial course designed for advanced graduate study in political science to supplement other course requirements. The nature, limits, and requirements will be established in each instance after consultation between professor and student. May be repeated under a different topic for a total of six hours credit.
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PSC 5392
Pro Paper/Pub Policy-Adm
5392   Professional Paper in Public Policy and Administration      
   Satisfies the non-thesis option for the Master of Public policy and Administration degree and the Master of Arts degree in international relations. A problem or topic in either public policy or administration will be selected, and the student will write a substantial paper for submission to the faculty. May not be taken if PSC 5V12 (Internship) is required.
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PSC 5393
Adv Sem Political Philosophy
5393   Advanced Seminar in Political Philosophy  (Cross-listed as PHI 5393)
Prerequisite(s): PSC 5343, 5353, or 5363; or the equivalent, with the consent of the Graduate Director.
   Concentrated study of major thinkers or texts in the history of political philosophy. This course may be taken more than once, for a maximum of nine credit hours, when content differs.
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PSC 5395
Prof Paper/Int Relations
5395   Professional Paper in International Relations              
   Under the direction of a supervising professor, a problem or topic in international relations to be selected and a substantial paper to be written. This is one of the options for the master's degree in international relations.
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PSC 5396
Teaching Political Science
5396   Teaching Political Science
   Directed readings done in conjunction with an undergraduate course for which the student serves as a teaching apprentice. Course requirements include graduate-level research paper and annotated bibliography of undergraduate course materials. May be taken three times for graduate credit, in conjunction with different undergraduate courses.
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PSC 5V12
Graduate Internship
5V12   Graduate Internship                                                  1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Consent of Director of Graduate Studies required.
   Internship of a minimum of three months of supervised, full-time employment. The experience combines practical field experience and research.  Completion of the course requires a written report on the work done during the internship. Students seeking the MA in International Relations must work in a public or private concern involved in international affairs.  Students seeking the MA in Public Policy Administration or the JD/MPPA must work in a public sector agency.  All students must secure the permission of the Director of Graduate Studies to take this course.
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PSC 5V99
Thesis
5V99   Thesis
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PSC 6V10
Prospectus Research
6V10   Prospectus Research                                                    1 to 6 sem. hrs.
Prerequisite(s): Completion of regular coursework.
   Supervised research for developing and writing a dissertation prospectus that will be the subject of an oral defense that will admit students to candidacy. A student may repeat this course for credit with a maximum of twelve total hours. Registration for this course is the equivalent of full-time status for graduate students.
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PSC 6V99
Dissertation
6V99   Dissertation
Prerequisite(s): Consent of the student's supervisory committee and admission to candidacy.
   Supervised research for the doctoral dissertation with a minimum of twelve semester hours required. Three to six of these hours may be taken in a section of 6V99 designed for the purpose of discussion and criticism of dissertation chapters and journal articles.  Dissertation writing group will also serve as a forum for research presentations for job interviews when appropriate.
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