WVU POLS 103 - WVUSyllabusPS103Fall2014 (1) (6 pages)

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Pols 103 - Global Political Issues
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PS103 Global Political Issues West Virginia University David Hauser Class times Monday Wednesday Friday 12 30PM 1 20 PM Room Business Economics 459 Office 307D Woodburn Hall Office Phone 304 293 9541 Office Hours MF 1 30PM to 3 00PM I m around most of the time email me and we can set up another time if the official office hours don t work Email david m hauser gmail com NOTE I never ever check my WVU email account Website eCampus This is an introductory course designed for students with no prior background in World Politics to focus on current issues and debates in both the public and academic sphere relating to relations between states The focus of the course is on reading and discussion with new topics introduced on a regular basis The purpose of this course is to provide the students with some general background on issues that are presently being discussed by policy makers and academics with respect to politics in the world This course is designed and focused around the idea of class dialog with respect to the often contradictory viewpoints of the authors of the readings GEC Information and Prerequisites This course carries three credits and satisfies the General Education Curriculum requirements in Western Culture 8 and Non Western Culture 9 If you do not know what GEC requirements you need or don t understand the GEC system please see your advisor This is an introductory course designed for students with no prior background on World Politics to focus on current issues and debates in both the public and academic sphere relating to relations between states There are no prerequisites for this course no previous knowledge of world politics or theories of international politics are necessary The Basic Idea We ll read a short introductory textbook that brings in some of the basic theories of international politics After that we ll use a weekly news magazine to introduce some of the important topics and events going on in the world today and try to explain them Course



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