Graduate Course Offerings

The list below includes graduate courses offered over the past five years. Core courses are marked with an asterisk. Students may also take individualized directed study courses on topics developed in consultation with a departmental faculty member.

International Relations

  • World Politics *
  • International Political Economy
  • International Cooperation
  • International Law, Institutions and Regimes
  • International Conflict
  • Political Economy of Development
  • Political Institutions
  • International Security
  • Interdisciplinary Human Rights Perspective

Comparative Government and Politics

  • Comparative Government and Politics *
  • European Politics
  • Comparative Political Economy
  • Comparative Democratization
  • Parties & Elections in new Democracies
  • Comparative Mass Behavior
  • Dictatorship and Development
  • Politics, Governance and Development

American Government and Politics

  • American National Government *
  • Public Opinion and Voting Behavior
  • Judicial Politics
  • Congressional Politics
  • The Supreme Court
  • Urban Politics
  • Public Policy
  • Politics of Race and Gender

Political Theory

  • Political Theory *
  • Feminist Political Thought

Methodology

  • Research Design and Data Collection *
  • Mathematical Tools for Political Scientists *
  • Introduction to Game Theory
  • Advanced Game Theory
  • Applied Game Theory
  • Modeling Complex Systems
  • The Linear Model
  • Advanced Regression Analysis
  • Qualitative Methods
  • Limited Dependent Variable Models
  • Longitudinal Data Analysis

* Core Courses