Political Science Seminars & Internships

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POLI 450: Seminar in American Government

This upper level seminar offers an intensive study of selected topics in American government. Pre-requisites: POLI 102

POLI 451: Seminar in Comparative Politics

This upper level seminar offers an intensive study of selected topics in American government. Pre-requisites: POLI 109

POLI 452: Seminar in International Relations

This upper level seminar offers an intensive study of the theory of International Relations. Pre-requisite: POLI 110.

POLI 453: Seminar in Urban Politics
This upper level seminar offers an intensive study of selected topics in Urban Politics. Pre-requisite: POLI 102


POLI 456: Seminar in the New World Order
Selected topics in the New World Order. Pre-requisite: POLI 110

POLI 494: Seminar in Political Theory

Selected topics in political theory. Click here for course homepage, including syllabus and lecture notes.

POLI 498: Internship in Policy and Administration

Students work 10 hours each week with a local government agency or community group. This experience is discussed and evaluated on an individual basis with faculty advisors.

POLI 499: Independent Study

(1 to 3 credits, depending on scope of project)

This program is designed to provide students with the opportunity to pursue advanced work in political science under individualized supervision with faculty members of the students' choice. Pre-requisite: Permission of Chair and approval by the Dean, College of Arts and Sciences. Approval is contingent in part on grade point average (must be at least a 3.0).