Three Year Schedule

Fall 2009 to Spring 2012

This schedule is a guide for students; however, the department reserves the right to make changes. Changes can be due, but are not limited to, funding, sickness, low enrollments, etc.

The courses listed below are 3 credit hour courses. Exceptions may apply to internships and independent study courses, which can have variable credit.

To ensure that core courses and electives requirements are met, students need to follow the Department of Political Science Option Areas checklists.

For further information contact Dr. James Null, Department Chair: jnull@uccs.edu.

Option Areas

FALL

SPRING

Fall 2009 Courses

Spring 2010 Courses

Notes

American/Public Law

PSC 446 Administrative Law

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 Judicial System

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 402 The American Congress

PSC 432 Public Administration

PSC 448 Civil Rights and Liberties

PSC 406 State Political Systems

PSC 435 Environmental Politics/ Administration

PSC 439 The

Presidency

PSC 303 Political Parties

PSC 407 Urban Politics

Global

PSC 421 International Politics

PSC 422 Comparative Politics

PSC 413 Latin American Politics

PSC 209 Political Conflict

PSC 428 Int. Political Economy

*PSC 414 European Political Systems

*PSC 430 International Security

PSC 453 Model UN

*PSC 417 Mexican Politics

*PSC 306 Human Rights in Global Politics

PSC 457 Middle Eastern Politics

PSC 459 Globalization

or

PSC 423 U.S. in World Politics

*New Courses -- development by Fall 09 or earlier.

Public Policy

PSC 432 Public Administration

PSC 446

Administrative Law

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 Judicial System

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 454 Land Use Law

PSC 448 Civil Rights and Liberties

PSC 406 State Political Systems

PSC 435 Environmental Politics / Administration

PSC 407 Urban Politics

PSC 455 Public School Law

General Political Science

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Required Core Courses

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 250 Political Inquiry

PSC 445 American Political Thought

PSC 101 Intro Global Politics

PSC 442 Political Ideas

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 101 Intro Global Politics

Fall 2010 Courses

Spring 2011 Courses

Notes

American/Public Law

PSC 402 American Congress

PSC 404 Political Interest Groups

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 Judicial System

PSC 446 Administrative Law

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 432 Public Administration

PSC 330 Bureaucrats

PSC 439 The Presidency

PSC 407 Urban Politics

PSC 448 Civil Rights and Liberties

PSC 303 Political Parties

Global

PSC 418 Gender in International Politics

PSC 421 International Politics

PSC 419 Politics of the Developing Areas

PSC 413 Latin American Politics & Development

PSC 428 International Political Economy

PSC 458 African Politics

PSC 429 International Environmental Politics

PSC 425 International Law

PSC 453 Model UN

PSC 422 Comparative Politics

*PSC 417 Mexican Politics

PSC 423 The U.S. in World Politics

PSC 457 Middle Eastern Politics

Public Policy

PSC 432 Public Administration

PSC 404 Political Interest Groups

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 Judicial System

PSC 446 Administrative Law

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 330 Bureaucrats

PSC 407 Urban Politics

PSC 448 Civil Rights and Liberties

PSC 454 Land Use Law

PSC 455 Public School Law

General Political Science

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Required Core Courses

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 250 Political Inquiry

PSC 445 American Political Thought

PSC 101 Intro Global Politics

PSC 442 Political Ideas

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 101 Intro Global Political

PSC 250 Political Inquiry

Fall 2011 Courses

Spring 2012 Courses

Notes

American/Public Law

PSC 402 American Congress

PSC 405 Public Opinion & Political

Behavior

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 The Judicial System

PSC 446 Administrative Law

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 330 Bureaucrats

PSC 404 Political Interest Groups

*PSC 410 On Democracy

PSC 303 Political Parties

PSC 439 The Presidency

PSC 408 U.S. Electoral Process

PSC 406 State Political Systems or

PSC 407 Urban Politics

PSC 435 Environmental Politics & Administration

PSC 448 Civil Rights & Liberties

PSC 432 Public Administration

Global

PSC 421 International Politics

PSC 426 International Organization

PSC 413 Latin American Politics

PSC 417 Mexican Politics

PSC 209 Political Conflict

PSC 458 African Politics

PSC 430 International Security

PSC 453 Model UN

PSC 306 Human Rights in Global Politics

PSC 419 Politics of Developing Areas

PSC 422 Comparative Politics

PSC 428 International Political Economy

PSC 457 Middle Eastern Politics

Public Policy

PSC 447 Constitutional Law

PSC 449 The Judicial System

PSC 446 Administrative Law

PSC 451 Defendants' Rights

PSC 330 Bureaucrats

PSC 406 State Political Systems or

PSC 407 Urban Politics

PSC 435 Environmental Politics & Administration

PSC 448 Civil Rights & Liberties

PSC 432 Public Administration

PSC 454 Land Use Law

General Political Science

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Students can take courses from the other option areas. Verify this Option Area Check List for details.

Required Core Courses

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 250 Political Inquiry

PSC 445 American Political Thought

PSC 101 Intro Global Politics

PSC 442 Political Ideas

PSC 110 American

PSC 210 State & Local

PSC 101 Intro Global Political

PSC 250 Political Inquiry