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POLSĀ 3365. Intro to Comparative Politics. 3 Hours.

Students examine important issues and trends in world political systems that places American government and politics in a comparative context. Students learn the terminology, concepts, and methods of comparative politics. Topics may include institutions, behavior, constitutional processes, political parties and interest groups, public policy, political development, transitions from authoritarianism to democracy and from statist to market economies, sources of domestic violence, and other major concerns of the field.
Prerequisite: 6 hours of POLS.

Bachelor of Science, Major in Public Health

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