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Politics Courses (2009 - 2010)

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Data Updated: July 13 2009 11:41:48 AM
Rooms ending with "#" start at 1:00 pm on first day of term.

Dept Section CR Div Prereq Course Title FacultyEnr Cap Room
* POL 4-111 1 S Politics Hemelt4 5
* POL 7-111 1 S Politics Hemelt3 3
* POL 3-222 1 S Foundations of the First Amendment Sutherland16 16
* POL 5-222 1 S Foundations of the First Amendment Sutherland17 20
* POL 6-225 1 S Ethics and Public Policy (in Texas) Sutherland8 25
* POL 1-242 1 S International Politics Yamanishi0 0
* POL 4-242 1 S International Politics Yamanishi20 25
* POL 3-243 1 S Comparative Politics Yamanishi11 13
* POL 3-262 1 S American Politics Allin19 21
* POL 5-262 1 S American Politics Allin13 14
* POL 1-282 1 S Public Policy Hemelt15 17
* POL 8-282 1 S Public Policy Hemelt11 11
POL 9-330 1 S Women and Politics: A Cross-National Perspective Thomas10 25
POL 6-341 1 S Latin American Politics Yamanishi9 25
POL 8-346 1 S Political Economy of Developing Countries Thomas14 25
POL 8-348 1 S U.S. Foreign Policy Yamanishi21 25
POL 7-349 1 S International Political Economy Yamanishi12 25
POL 3-352 1 Advanced Topic: Education Policy in America: Dollars, Sticks, or Carrots? Hemelt6 25
POL 7-364 1 S Congress and the Presidency Allin13 25
POL 2-365 1 S Constitutional Law: The American System Allin9 20
POL 9-367 1 S Urban Politics and Policy Allin17 25
POL 4-368 1 S Environmental Politics and Policy Allin19 25
POL 4-372 1 S Current Cases before the Supreme Court Sutherland20 25
POL 6-382 1 S Methods of Public Policy Analysis Hemelt6 25

Dept Course Prereq Course Title 2009 - 2010 2010 - 2011
POL 35X Advanced Topics in Public Policy 3 9
POL 111 Politics 4 7 3 5
POL 222 Foundations of the First Amendment 3 5 5
POL 225 Ethics and Public Policy (in Texas) 6 7
POL 242 International Politics 1 4 1 6
POL 243 Comparative Politics 3 2 4
POL 250 Principles of Advocacy 2
POL 262 American Politics 3 5 6 8
POL 282 Public Policy 1 8 1 7
POL 325 Anglo-American Constitutional Thought 6
POL 330 Women and Politics: A Cross-National Perspective 9
POL 331 Gender and Development 9
POL 332 Human Rights 3
POL 337 Seminar in International Relations and Comparative Government 6
POL 341 Latin American Politics 6
POL 346 Political Economy of Developing Countries 8
POL 348 U.S. Foreign Policy 8 8
POL 349 International Political Economy 7 7
POL 352 Advanced Topics in Politics 3 5
POL 361 Race, Sex, and the Constitution 9
POL 363 Campaigns and Elections 2
POL 364 Congress and the Presidency 7
POL 365 Constitutional Law: The American System 2
POL 366 Constitutional Law: Rights and Liberties 4
POL 367 Urban Politics and Policy 9
POL 368 Environmental Politics and Policy 4
POL 371 Wilderness Politics and Policy (Wilderness Field Station, Minnesota) 1
POL 372 Current Cases before the Supreme Court 4 4
POL 382 Methods of Public Policy Analysis 6 8

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