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Political Science J-term 2013
POLT 403 - United States in World Affairs Professor Lyon - Online
Credits: 4.00 GenEd 4/HP
Introduction to United States foreign policy since the end of World War II examining the foundations of American policy, the origins and conduct of the Cold War and the dilemmas of the post Cold War era. Explores contemporary problems facing United States foreign policy such as international economy and transnational global issues.
POLT 543 - The Politics of Costa Rica Professor Malone - Abroad
Credits: 4.00 WC
While the rest of the Central American region has struggled to overcome authoritarian legacies, Costa Rica has been a trailblazer on the path to democracy. The successful establishment of democratic political institutions and political culture have been coupled with other innovations including the abolition of the military, investments in human capital, and eco-friendly economic development. This course is designed to explore the many facets of Costa Rican exceptionalism onsite in Costa Rica during the J term. Special fee. Also see: http://www.unh.edu/political-science/index.cfm?id=5F298FF8-F00A-A833-7012F06C2312316D
POLT 568W - Introduction to Intelligence Professor Macpherson - Online
The purpose and practice of intelligence in the national security process. Concentration on the role of intelligence in the United States involving the C.I.A., military intelligence agencies, and the practice of intelligence in other countries. Writing intensive.
POLT 584 Occupy Democracy: Radical/Participatory Democracy in Theory & Practice Professor Brettschneider – Off campus
This hybrid course features online study plus a retreat at Camp Merrowvista in Tuftonboro, NH. You’ll use the spirit and lessons developing in the Occupy movement to study, critique, and enact radical and participatory democratic theory and practice. You will engage in a critical examination of Occupy and democratic theory and spend four days together to learn in creative, active, personal, and collective ways to innovate and energize principles of radical democracy for our time. Contact email@example.com for more information and an application.
POLT 907 Legal & Policy Environment Professor Dubnick - Online
Though the use of case studies, analysis and assessment of legal, institutional, social, political and economic settings within public and non-profit sectors.
POLT 897B – E-Governance Professor Bromberg - Online
This online course will focus on the role of information technology in the public sector. It provides an introduction to the emergence of e-governance and an overview of the key concepts associated with technology adoption. It explores the opportunities and limitations of utilizing technology in the public sector.
The course is to be offered through Manchester registration only.