POLI 320A (3) GOVERNMENT AND POLITICS OF THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA
This course surveys a variety of topics of contemporary concern in US politics. The topics include political participation, ideology and opinion, parties and elections, interest groups, Congress, the Presidency, the bureaucracy, and the Supreme Court.
POLI 333A (3) POLITICAL INSTITUTIONS OF THE UNITED STATES
This course introduces political institutions of the United States. Students will examine the roles, powers, and limits on Congress, the President, and the Supreme Court and explore how these institutions have interacted.
POLI 420A (3) POLITICS OF UNITED STATES FOREIGN POLICY
This course examines the dynamics of the U.S. foreign policymaking. Students will examine how President, Congress, bureaucrats, interest groups, and the public interact to affect the U.S. foreign policies, from national security to international trade policies.