Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
1101-100 Introduction to American Politics Griffin Syllabus
3011-001 The American Presidency and the Executive Branch Parinandi Syllabus
3021-001 U.S. Campaigns and Elections Jorde  
3031-001 Political Parties and Interest Groups Jorde Syllabus
3041-001 The American Congress Kanner Syllabus
3051-001 Public Opinion and Political Behavior   Syllabus
3191-581 National Security Organization and Polilcy Making Kanner Syllabus
3301-001 Gender, Sexuality & U.S. Law   Syllabus
3311-001 Gender and US Politics Bayard de Volvo Syllabus

 

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
2012-100 Introduction to Comparative Politics Baker Syllabus
2012-130R GRAP Introduction to Comparative Politics Derderyan Syllabus
3062-001 Revolution and Political Violence   Syllabus
3092-001 Comparative Political Economy Derderyan Syllabus
3102-001 South Asian Politics   Syllabus
3122-001 Authoritarian Politics Siegel Syllabus
3142-002 Politics, History, and Society of Cuba Cohen Syllabus
3172-001 Democracy and its Citizens in the US and EU Derderyan Syllabus
4002-001 Western European Politics Jorde Syllabus

4012-001

Global Development Cohen

Syllabus

4252-001 Politics of Ethnicity and Nationalism Kanner Syllabus

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
2223-100 Introduction to International Relations Park Syllabus
3123-001 War, Peace and Strategic Defense Tir Syllabus
3143-581 Current Affairs in International Relations Moya Syllabus
3163-001 American Foreign Policy Krutz Syllabus
3163-130R American Foreign Policy Aydin Syllabus
3183-581 International Law Moya Syllabus
3223-001 International Human Rights Wilmer Syllabus
4173-001 International Organizations   Syllabus
4173-581 International Organization McNamara Syllabus

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
2004-010 Survey of Western Political Thought Vanderheiden Syllabus
2004-880 Survey of Western Political Thought Chadwick Syllabus
2004-300E Survey of Western Political Thought Ritner Syllabus
2004-889R Survey of Western Political Thought Chadwick Syllabus
3054-001 American Political Thought   Syllabus
3064-001 Environmental Political Theory Vanderheiden Syllabus
3184-001 Race, Power, and Politics Ritner Syllabus
4714-001 Liberalism and its Critics Ritner Syllabus

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
2075-010 Quantitative Research Methods Philips Syllabus
2075-581 Qualitative Research Methods Dorr Syllabus
3075-001 Applied Political Science Research   Syllabus
3225-001 Strategy and Politics Beard Syllabus
4028-003 Social Media & Politics Research Methods Siegel Syllabus
4725-800 Political Science Honors Thesis Fitzgerald Syllabus

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
2106-001 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Bickers Syllabus
2106-400E Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Shepherd

Syllabus

2106-581 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis Shepherd Syllabus
2116-001 Intro Environmental Policy Chadwick Syllabus
3206-001 The Environment and Public Policy  

Syllabus

3206-880 The Environment and Public Policy (Honors) Billica Syllabus
4016-001 Inequality and Public Policy In the U.S. and Europe Shin Syllabus
4028-004 Politics of Social Policy Billica Syllabus

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
4938-800 Internship Billica Syllabus

 

 

Course Number Description Instructor Syllabus
6851-001 Interdiscipl Soc Sci Prosem Karimzadeh Syllabus
7123-001 Civil Conflict Aydin Syllabus
7012-001 Seminar: Comparative Political Systems Jupille Syllabus
7095-001 Advanced Political Data Analysis Philips Syllabus
7052-001 Democracy & Authoritarianism Boulding Syllabus
7151-001 American Subnational Politics and Government Bickers Syllabus
7031-001 Seminar: Political Attitudes and Behavior Baird Syllabus
7173-001 The Politics of International Factor Flows Park Syllabus
7108-001 Event History Analysis Parinandi Syllabus
7124-001 Contemporary Democratic Theory Ferguson Syllabus
7055-001 Introductory Game Theory Strayhorm Syllabus

Method lab coordinator: Kathryn (Kathy) Schauer Kathryn.Schauer@colorado.edu

This is for students seeking help conducting statistical analysis in R and STATA (including students in PSCI 2075, PSCI 3075, PSCI 3105 and PSCI 3155) in Fall 2022. More info here!

Updated: 1/17/23