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PSC 0101 Introduction to Political Science

This course introduces students to the systematic study of politics and crucial concepts in the discipline, including government, democracy, power, justice, and collective action. Course materials consist of philosophical and theoretical texts, case studies, political analyses, and documentaries. Upon completion, students will better understand the practice of politics on local, national, and international levels. Prerequisite: None. Open to First Year students only. Offered fall semester.


Open Educational Resources and/or library content required for this course.


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