POLS 330 - Dr. Stephen Hill

Political Science

The principle objective of this course is to investigate the US foreign policy making process and debate the best foreign policies that the US should adopt. Throughout the semester you will be encouraged to analyze and discuss the theories, concepts, terms and perspectives that are explicitly and implicitly contained within past and present US foreign policies. To accomplish this goal we will focus on learning how policy is made and implemented. This will require us to study the various influences that affect the foreign policy-making process and the means used to enact the decisions.

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Suggested Courses

POLS 122: Introduction to World Politics

POLS 122: Introduction to World Politics

This class is aimed at introducing students to the fundamental concepts, ideas, theories, and methods utilized in the study of global politics.

POLS 122
POLS 338: Judicial Politics

POLS 338: Judicial Politics

A study of the judicial system and judicial policy-making, emphasizing the U.S. Supreme Court and lower federal judiciary.

POLS 338
POLS 265: Problems of Developing Nations

POLS 265: Problems of Developing Nations

This course explores the political, economic, and social challenges of Third World development.

POLS 265

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