[POLS 330] Studies in Comparative Politics
Capstone course that examines a particular theme applied to various regions and countries of the world across time and space. Students will develop their own major research paper on a country or theme and will present that paper in class. Potential topics might include: electoral and party systems; comparative East Asian foreign policy; comparative African politics; law and development; comparative judicial politics; and the interrelationship of American and Chinese politics.Edit my profile
Studies in Comparative Politics
Prerequisite: junior or senior standing and 2 courses in comparative politics.