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Undergraduate Courses

International Organizations in World Politics (PSc 2442)

Examines the changing influence and goals of prominent governmental and non-governmental organizations across diverse issues including security, economics, environment, and humanitarian affairs.

Graduate Courses

Politics and Practice of International Institutions (PSc 6442)

Explores the role international institutions, both governmental and non-governmental, play in shaping world affairs. Emphasis is on the opportunities and obstacles these organizations present to policy makers in different issue areas including conflict resolution, alliance politics, proliferation, finance, trade, development, environment, and human rights. (masters)

Politics and Organizations (PSc 8226)

Introduces students to theories of organizational behavior from economics, sociology, and anthropology and helps them apply these arguments to research on political problems in American, international, and comparative politics. (doctoral)