Political Science courses, Fall 2017

Scheduling courses for next fall is beginning shortly!

The Political Science Department is offering some great Kent Core and upper-division courses in the fall. Whether you are a PoliSci major/minor or not, if you are looking for a place to gain the skills you need to make an impact on the world around you, these courses are for you. Political science prepares students to address social issues that affect groups of people, allowing us to help improve “real life” for communities. As we like to say, political science is “for people who care to matter.”  

The schedule of political science courses is below. You can check out our Undergraduate Curriculum page for course descriptions, and long-in to Flashline for specific section details.

The “My Time to Schedule” link will help you identify when you can begin registering for classes.

Remember that students are required to see an advisor prior to scheduling classes. You can schedule an advising appointment with a College of Arts and Sciences advisor here. Making an appointment as soon as possible is strongly recommended! You may also make an appointment to speak with your faculty advisor in the Department of Political Science. If you do not know who your faculty advisor is, you can email the department at polisci@kent.edu for that information.

Happy scheduling!

POL 10004

Comparative Politics

11:00-12:15

TR

POL 10004

Comparative Politics

9:55-10:45

MWF

POL 10100

American Politics (on-line only)

WEB

 

POL 10100

American Politics

12:30-1:45

TR

POL 10500

World Politics

12:05-12:55

MWF

POL 10500

World Politics

2:15-3:30

TR

POL 30001

Research Methods

2:15-3:30

TR

POL 30001

Research Methods

2:15-3:30

MW

POL 30003

Political Economy

9:15-10:30

TR

POL 30100

American Political Theory

2:15-3:30

MW

POL 30130

The Judicial Process

1:10-2:00

MWF

POL 30301

Intro to Public Administration

2:15-3:30

TR

POL 30450

Urban Politics and Policy

11:00-12:15

TR

POL 30500

International Relations Theory

12:30-1:45

TR

POL 30560

Middle East Politics

1:10-2:00

MWF

POL 30820

International Organizations and Law

9:15-10:30

TR

POL 30840

Nongovernmental Organizations

2:15-3:30

MW

POL 40112

Politics and the Mass Media

11:00-11:50

MWF

POL 40191/391

American Politics/Policy Senior Seminar

12:30-1:45

TR

POL 40540

Politics of Development

12:05-12:55

MWF

POL 40591

Int’l Rel/Comparative Senior Seminar

3:45-5:00

MW

POL 40620

Social Movements

9:55-10:45

MWF

POL 40840

Comparative Foreign Policy

3:45-5:00

TR

 

POSTED: Thursday, March 16, 2017 - 5:52pm
UPDATED: Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 11:21pm