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1 Course Name Course # Faculty Date / Time CRN # SUMMER American Politics 121 Esam Mohammad ONLINE Intro to International Relations 220 Prof. Michael Hall Pre-Session May 21 st June 2 nd M-F / 12:30pm 4:30pm Comparative Politics 226 Prof. Dinorah Azpuru ONLINE 2 nd 4-Week Session July 2 nd July 27 th Directed Readings 398 Various Faculty See Online Course Schedule See Online Schedule Internship in Govt/Politics 490 * Various Faculty See Online Course Schedule See Online Schedule FALL American Politics 121 Various Faculty Various Dates & Times See Online Schedule Model United Nations I & II 153/353 Prof. Carolyn Shaw TR / 12:30 pm 1:45 pm & Intro to International 220 Prof. Michael Hall TR / 12:30 pm 3:15 pm Relations August 20 th October 10 th Comparative Politics 226 Prof. Dinorah Azpuru ONLINE October 11 th December 6 th Intro Public Administration 321 Prof. Samuel Yeager MW / 9:30 am 10:45 am Women in the Political System 325 Prof. Heather Ondercin MW / 2:00 pm 3:15 pm Political Data Analysis 365 Prof. Dinorah Azpuru MW / 11:00 am 12:15 pm Latin American International 375 Prof. Dinorah Azpuru HYBRID Politics M / 12:30 pm 3:15 pm August 20 th October 10 th Campaigns & Elections (H) 380/380H Prof. Neal Allen TR / 2:00 pm 3:15 pm & Film/Great Trials 390E Prof. Melvin Kahn F / 9:30 am 12:15 pm Middle East Politics 391E Prof. Carolyn Shaw MW / 9:30 am 10:45 pm US Foreign Policy 395 Prof. Michael Hall TR / 9:30 am 10:45 am Directed Readings 398 Various Faculty See Online Course Schedule See Online Schedule Internship in Govt/Politics 490 * Various Faculty See Online Course Schedule See Online Schedule Senior Thesis 600 Prof. Carolyn Shaw W / 12:30 pm 1:45 pm Pub. Sect. Org. 710 Prof. Samuel Yeager ONLINE Theory/Behavior Pub. Mgmt. Human 725 TBD ONLINE Resources * Various Credit Hours 1

2 WSU Political Science Department Lindquist Hall SUMMER 2018 COURSE OFFERINGS POLS 121 American Politics This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course fulfills both the social science core introductory course requirement of the general education program and the American government/american history requirement of LAS. The variety of instructors in this course bring distinctive approaches and emphasis to the different sections, but most sections will study the U.S. Constitution, civil liberties and civil rights, federalism, public opinion, political participation, political parties and interest groups, the Presidency, the Congress, and the Judiciary. POLS 220 Introduction to International Relations This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course serves as a general education introductory course. This course is an introduction to international politics. It is broadly divided into two segments: International Security Issues and International Political Economy. Topics include: IR theory, foreign policy, conflict and peacekeeping, the environment, North-South relations, and international trade. POLS 226 Comparative Politics This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course satisfies a general education further studies requirement. This course is designed to introduce students to important concepts, ideas, and disputes in comparative politics. Comparative politics, seeks to explain differences between political systems. The course provides an introduction to the comparative method & the discussion of key concepts in comparative politics. It also compares the experiences of individual countries & regions, and explores the conditions for variation in political development. The course emphasizes the role of government in economic & social affairs in developing as well as advanced industrial countries, but also takes a look at citizens participation and political culture & behavior. POLS 398 Directed Readings Students who wish to study a topic in detail not covered by a regular class may do so by arranging to be directed in their study by a member of the political science faculty, obtaining written authorization from that person, and then enrolling with an electronic signature provided by the department s Sr. Administrative Assistant (418LH). POLS 490 Internship in Government/Politics This course offers credit for practical experience to compliment formal instruction of classes. Students must secure approval from a faculty supervisor. 2

3 FALL 2018 COURSE OFFERINGS POLS 121 American Politics This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course fulfills both the social science core introductory course requirement of the general education program and the American government/american history requirement of LAS. The variety of instructors in this course bring distinctive approaches and emphasis to the different sections, but most sections will study the U.S. Constitution, civil liberties and civil rights, federalism, public opinion, political participation, political parties and interest groups, the Presidency, the Congress, and the Judiciary. POLS 153 / POLS 353 Model United Nations I & II The course work done in the Fall prepares students to serve in the spring semester as delegates to the regional and national Model United Nations conferences. Students learn about the structure and function of the United Nations, as well as about special issues before the organization. POLS 220 Introduction to International Relations This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course serves as a general education introductory course. This course is an introduction to international politics. It is broadly divided into two segments: International Security Issues and International Political Economy. Topics include: IR theory, foreign policy, conflict and peacekeeping, the environment, North-South relations, and international trade. POLS 226 Comparative Politics This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course satisfies a general education further studies requirement. This course is designed to introduce students to important concepts, ideas, and disputes in comparative politics. Comparative politics, seeks to explain differences between political systems. The course provides an introduction to the comparative method and the discussion of key concepts in comparative politics. It also compares the experiences of individual countries and regions, and explores the conditions for variation in political development. The course emphasizes the role of government in economic and social affairs in developing as well as advanced industrial countries, but also takes a look at citizens participation and political culture and behavior. 3

4 POLS 321 Intro Public Administration The field of Public Administration is devoted to the study of administration or management in the public sector, particularly at the state and local level, and in the nonprofit sector. Many professional opportunities exist in this field although the major credential for gaining primary entry to the field is through attaining an MPA (Master of Public Administration) degree. This course is designed to provide the student with the requisite background to provide for self-assessment of interest in this field and preparation for admission to an MPA degree program at WSU or elsewhere. Students enrolled in the course will be expected to actively engage in reading and discussion of critical issues of Public Administration, and engage in the practice of Public Administration through group and individual assignments. POLS 325 Women In The Political System This course examines the political process of policy making using policies of current interest concerning women. We will also explore the association of social gender role expectations with existing and proposed public policies that pertain to women s lives. POLS 365 Political Data Analysis (Previously Political Research Methods Please note that this is a FALL ONLY Class) *This course is a prerequisite for POLS 600 Senior Seminar This course is required for Political Science Majors. This course introduces students who are planning to major (or minor) in Political Science to the basic methods necessary to conduct research of political phenomena. The course will also provide basic quantitative tools that can be useful in the field of Political Science or other social sciences. Because of this dual purpose, the course will have a theoretical and a practical component. The main questions we will examine in this course are: What issues are political scientists concerned with? ; What kind of questions do they seek to answer? ; How do they go about answering these questions? ; How do they know their answers are reliable? and How confident are they in their conclusions? POLS 375 Latin American International Politics This course reviews historical and current issues relating to the international relations of Latin America and the Caribbean. It also examines the relations among Latin American countries, as well as the relations of Latin American states with other regions of the world, in particular the United States, the European Union and Canada. We will look at the position of Latin American and Caribbean states in the major subregional, regional, and hemispheric organizations. We will also discuss current political issues such as democratization, human rights, security, transnational crime and migration, as well as those related to economic issues (trade agreements, international investment, and globalization). 4

5 POLS 380 / POLS 380H Campaigns and Elections It is recommended, but not required, that you take American Politics (POLS 121) before taking this class. This course satisfies a general education further studies social science requirement. This exciting course focuses on the actual current election campaigns at the national, state, Congressional, and state legislative levels. We will feature candidate debates, resource persons such as campaign managers, consultants, and party officials. Students will select between working in a Kansas legislative race or analyzing a competitive Congressional contest in a state which provides good media and/or internet campaign coverage. Your paper will deal with the option you select. There will be two texts featuring national issues and strategies plus another text dealing with media coverage and campaign advertising. Students will earn grades based on the following: Research Paper, Midterm, and Final Exam are worth 30% each. Class contribution counts as 10%. POL S 390E Film/Great Trials This course deals with Great Courtroom Trials. We will view and discuss these award-winning films and stars: 12 Angry Men Henry Fonda; Witness for the Prosecution Marlene Dietrich and Charles Laughton; A Few Good Men Tom Cruise; The Verdict Paul Newman; Compulsion Orson Welles; To Kill A Mockingbird Gregory Peck; Judgment at Nuremberg Spencer Tracy; And Justice for All Al Pacino; Separate But Equal Sidney Poitier; My Cousin Vinny Joe Pesci; Young Mr. Lincoln Henry Fonda; Inherit the Wind Spencer Tracy. The readings will consist primarily of selected film critiques and most are contained in the book, REEL JUSTICE by Bergman and Asimow. POLS 391E Middle East Politics It is recommended, but not required, that you take Introduction to International Relations (POLS 220) before taking this class. This course will examine political relations between states in the Middle East with a focus on understanding the impact of history, culture, and religion on current conflict resolution efforts. Topics will include the Syrian conflict, Israeli-Palestinian relations, the Arab spring and much more. POLS 395 US Foreign Policy It is recommended, but not required, that you take Introduction to International Relations (POLS 220) before taking this class. This course satisfies a general education further studies social science requirement. This course discusses the patterns and processes that shape policy on how the U.S. interacts with other governments and people. Topics include the international context of foreign policy, the main institutions that shape policy, the process of policy formulation, common perspectives guiding U.S. foreign policy, and the history of U.S. foreign policy since WWII. 5

6 POLS 398 Directed Readings Students who wish to study a topic in detail not covered by a regular class may do so by arranging to be directed in their study by a member of the political science faculty, obtaining written authorization from that person, and then enrolling with an electronic signature provided by the department s Sr. Administrative Assistant (418LH). POLS 490 Internship in Government/Politics This course offers credit for practical experience to compliment formal instruction of classes. Students must secure approval from a faculty supervisor. POLS 600 Senior Thesis *POLS 365 Political Research Methods is a prerequisite for this class This course is required for Political Science Majors. This is a capstone course for political science majors. This class is designed in a seminar format where discussion and critical evaluations of some readings will be done. However, the most important part of the course is the preparation of a major research paper in one of the fields within the discipline: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations or Political Theory. The research papers should be of high quality and could be used as writing samples for graduate or law school applications. Students are expected to work throughout the semester on their paper under the supervision of a member of the political science faculty. They should follow the guidelines and deadlines provided by the course director. Failure to comply with the guidelines and the deadlines may result in a non-passing grade. POLS 710 Public Sector Organizational Theory/Behavior This course offers a review of the scope of the field of public administration including a survey of key concepts and schools of thought underlying the field and identification of issues shaping the future development of the field. POLS 725 Public Management Human Resources The focus of the course is management of a vital resource: people. It assumes familiarity with the structure and function of local, state, and federal government. The course engages students in an examination of human resource management involving paid staff, volunteers, board members, and elected officials. 6

7 POLITICAL SCIENCE FACULTY Prof. Neal Allen LH 418A (316) Prof. Dinorah Azpuru LH 415 (316) Prof. Michael Hall LH 420 (316) Prof. Melvin Kahn LH 419 (316) Esam Mohammad LH 421 (316) Prof. Heather Ondercin LH (TBD) (316) 978-TBD Prof. Carolyn Shaw LH 418B (316) Carolyn Speer LH 418 (316) Steven Woodman LH 418 (316)

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9 Wichita State University Fairmount College of Liberal Arts and Sciences POLITICAL SCIENCE Bachelor of Arts (BA) A22A At least 120 hours are required for graduation, and students must earn a 2.0 overall GPA, a 2.0 WSU GPA, and a 2.0 GPA in the major. Students must also complete all courses required for Liberal Arts and Sciences General Education. In addition, Foreign Language courses (or the equivalents) are required for every BA degree in the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences. REQUIREMENTS FOR MAJOR: 33 hours in Political Science courses, including: CORE COURSES (required): (15 hours) 121 American Politics (3) 220 Intro to International Relations (3) 226 Comparative Politics (3) 365 Data Analysis (formerly: Political Research Methods) (3) *This is a pre-requisite for Senior Thesis 600 Senior Thesis (3) ELECTIVE COURSES: (18 hours) Justice and Law Global Politics / Development 336 International Organizations (3) 305 Environmental Politics (3) 352 Law and Political Power (3) 310 Latin American Politics (3) 356 Civil Liberties (3) 320 Developing World (3) 357 Supreme Court (3) 375 Latin American International Politics (3) 360 Human Rights (3) 570 International Political Economy (3) 391 Middle East Politics Elections and Representation Policy Making 315 The Presidency (3) 321 Introduction to Public Administration (3) 316 The Congress (3) 337 Conflict Analysis (3) 380 Parties and Elections (3) 340 Global Challenges (3) 385 Global Democracy (3) 370 European Politics (3) 390 Lobbying / Interest Groups (3) 395 U.S. Foreign Policy (3) 390/391 Special Topics in Political Science Applied and Experiential Learning Courses: 153 Model United Nations I (3) 398 Directed Readings in Political Science (1-3) 353 Model United Nations II (3) 399 Travel Seminar (1-3) 481 Cooperative Education (1-3) 490 Internship in Government/Politics (3-6) REQUIREMENTS FOR A MINOR: 15 hours, including at least 6 hours at the 300-level and above and Pol Sci American Politics (3) (3) 300-level or above: (3) (3) 300-level or above: (3) HONORS: You can graduate with Departmental Honors from Political Science. See the Political Science Department Advisor. Dr. Carolyn Shaw, Professor, Chair and Undergraduate Advisor: Updated 10/26/17

10 Political Science Department Honors Track Application Form and Graduation Check List [Return this form to Dr. Carolyn Shaw, LH 418B] NAME: MyWSU # PHONE: In order to be admitted to the Political Science Honors Track, students must: Receive an "A" in two of our five core courses (121, 220, 226, 365) Have an average GPA of 3.0. Core Courses taken / Grade received: Current Cumulative GPA: I hereby state that I meet the above criteria and would like to be admitted to the Political Science Honors Track. Signature Date Graduation Checklist For Office Use Only Core Course Grades [3.5 average required]: Additional courses taken in each subfield [1 needed in each]: American IR Comparative * An extra course in theory will be waived until a new theorist joins the department faculty. Total Credit Hours in Political Science [39 or more required]: Political Science GPA [3.5 average required]: Senior Thesis Course Grade ["A" or "A-" required]: Department Chair Signature Date Revised 10/26/17

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