This survey course provides a comprehensive examination of the American political system. Students will become familiar with theory, organization, principles, and function of the American national government, and various elements within the political system that impact policy outcomes.
CPO 2002 Comparative Politics
This survey course examines the fundamentals of political systems, including institutions, ideology, regimes, economics, and ethnic divides. We explore primary areas of research in comparative politics, including colonization, nationalism, democratization, economic development, conflict, and international political economy.
Quotes “Gain a more global perspective, really teaches you to broaden up your scope and to burst our own ‘American bubble’.
“I learned to be open to other opinions and consider other perspectives.”
“Great at getting everyone involved.”
“Great class I thought this was ran perfectly for an online class. I like that you gave specific feedback on all of the written assignments and that you were accessible throughout the semester. Good luck going forward and thanks for the summer.”