Students will develop an understanding of politics through political institutions, rules, and processes in an international context.
Students will explore the relevance for politics and access to power through non-institutional aspects of politics, including the roles of class, race, gender, religion, and political beliefs throughout the globe.
Students will critically evaluate the use of different theories and methods of studying politics and power including understanding the role of theory in political analysis and argumentation.
Students will demonstrate proficiency in the use of various tools of analysis, including library research, critical writing ability, computer skills, and data analysis techniques while incorporating interdisciplinary knowledge.
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