The course will give major exposure to the tools and information available and necessary for acquiring employment. Not part of a TN Transfer Pathway. Topics included are charting financial objectives; budgeting; consumer borrowing, renting, and buying; investing; employee benefits and taxation.
College of Arts and Sciences Repeat Status: Draws on primary sources, with a textual and conceptual emphasis. Examines the process of formulating research questions in political science, developing theories with testable implications, and hypothesis testing.
Students produce a research proposal including research question, literature review, and research design. The course provides historical and political background that makes sense of vital present-day issues like national security, racial and ethnic politics, and health care policy.
Not repeatable for credit Prerequisites: Examines the emergence of judicial review, the judiciary's role in the system of check and balances, and the powers and limitations on each branch of government.
Specific theories include those of DuBois, Fanon, and Mariategui. Includes issues of causation, explanation, and inference, as well as practical considerations of specific research designs and methods.
Specific techniques include focus groups, structured and semi-structured interviews, oral histories, archival research, participant observation, ethnographic investigations, action research, and the use of memoir and journalistic sources as data.
Core concepts include quantitative measurement of political topics, survey research, and linear regression analysis. Not repeatable for credit Restrictions: Cannot enroll if classification is Freshman Prerequisites: Focuses on three broad questions: Do international organizations matter?
How do they matter? Course begins with an overview of major theoretical perspectives and continues with an examination of the United Nations system and its role in security, development, human rights, global health and environmental politics.
Social Movements in Comparative Perspective 4. When and why do people mobilize to make demands against their states and societies?
What contextual conditions enable such mobilization, and under what conditions does mobilization decline?
Finally, do movements actually matter for bringing about change? This course is designed to gain leverage on these questions by surveying an eclectic literature from international relations and comparative politics.
Solving environmental problems is not simply a question of using available science and technology; rather, proposals to combat environmental degradation confront political context that may or may not favor the aims of environmental policy.
Understanding politics is therefore indispensable for effective environmental problem-solving. This course will examine the life of many different kinds of technologies through the lens of human use, institutional practice, economic interests, policy, and social movements.
A core part of the course will be learning and developing skill in social science research through fun micro-assignments.PSCI Honors Thesis in Political Science Extensive independent study in the major in a topic of special interest culminating in a bachelor’s thesis with oral examination by thesis committee resulting in a bachelor’s degree with Honors upon completion.
Baylee Bell PSCI Professor Carew Boulding 2 December Freedom of the Press and its Role on Civil Liberties: A Comparative Analysis of Democracy in China and Japan Two of the greatest powers in the modern world are China and Japan.
World Politics—PSCI or and four courses selected from those with course numbers ending in the 40s or 60s. Legal Studies—PSCI and four courses selected from those with course numbers in the 30s. SOC may also be counted as one of the four electives for the minor.
THEA Fundamentals of Acting (3 Hours). This course is designed to teach the fundamentals of acting for those students who have little or no experience in the theatre. We will overview all the tools used by actors, including improvisation, vocal, physical and psychological warm-ups, building trust, relaxation and discipline techniques.
BIOL Nutrition for Life (2 Hours). Designed for students who wish to apply nutrition information to their lives, this course explores how food selection affects body size, body composition, performance, disease resistance, impact on the environment, and longevity.
有機jas認証～お問い合わせ. ビューローベリタスジャパン株式会社 システム認証事業本部 サステナビリティ認証部 jas認証.