Please consult the following list to determine the subfield of each course for purposes of satisfying field distribution requirements for the Politics concentration. Courses listed under "Other" count as departmental courses but do not satisfy field distribution requirements.

Spring 2022

AMERICAN POLITICS (AP)

  • POL 220/SPI 310: American Politics
  • POL 314: American Constitutional Development
  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 320: Judicial Politics
  • POL 324: Congressional Politics
  • POL 329: Policy Making in America
  • POL 341: Experimental Methods in Politics
  • POL 421: AP Seminar: Social Class and Inequality in U.S. Politics
  • LAO 305/POL 429: Latino/a/x Identity in Politics
  • POL 455/GSS 435: LGBTQ Politics: Identity, Voice, Policy
  • POL 456: Social Divides and Political Conflict in the U.S.and Europe
  • POL 477/CHV 477/JRN 477: Expressive Rights and Wrongs: Speech, Offense, Commemoration
  • POL 491/CLA 491/HUM 490: The Politics of Higher Education: Competing Visions of the University

COMPARATIVE POLITICS (CP)

  • POL 376: Dictators and Their Demise
  • POL 378: Politics in India
  • POL 430/LAS 433: CP Seminar: Political Institutions and Governance in the Developing World
  • POL 434: CP Seminar: The Political Economy of China, Past and Present
  • POL 455/GSS 435: LGBTQ Politics: Identity, Voice, Policy
  • POL 456: Social Divides and Political Conflict in the U.S.and Europe
  • SPI 409/SAS 409/POL 457: Modern India: Political Economy Since Independence
  • POL 490/ECO 489: Politics of Economic Under-Development

FORMAL & QUANTITATIVE (FQ)

  • POL 341: Experimental Methods in Politics
  • POL 346: Applied Quantitative Analysis
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Game Theory in Politics

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (IR)

  • SPI 315/POL 393: Grand Strategy
  • POL 396: International Organizations
  • POL 440: IR Seminar: Theories of International Order
  • POL 442: IR Seminar: Contesting Globalization - Actors, Interests, and Outcomes
  • SPI 320/POL 445: Insurgency and Counterinsurgency
  • POL 490/ECO 489: Politics of Economic Under-Development

POLITICAL THEORY (PT)

  • POL 210: Political Theory
  • POL 303: Modern Political Theory
  • POL 305: Radical Political Thought
  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 403/CHV 403/ARC 405/URB 403: Architecture and Democracy
  • POL 418/CHV 418: What are Human Rights?
  • POL 476/CHV 476: Global Political Thought
  • POL 477/CHV 477/JRN 477: Expressive Rights and Wrongs: Speech, Offense, Commemoration
  • POL 491/CLA 491: The Politics of Higher Education: Competing Visions of the University

OTHER

  • LAS 217/POL 271/ANT 397/URB 217: Culture, Politics, and Human Rights in Latin America
  • NES 330/POL 460: Civil War and State Transformation in the Modern Middle East
  • HIS 412/POL 482/ENV 434: Marx and the Marxist Method of Analysis: A Primer for All Disciplines

courses satisfying the analytical requirement

  • POL 341: Experimental Methods in Politics
  • POL 346: Applied Quantitative Analysis
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Game Theory in Politics

Fall 2021

AMERICAN POLITICS (AP)

  • POL 315: Constitutional Interpretation
  • POL 318: Law and Society
  • POL 325: The Presidency and Executive Power
  • LAO 334/POL 334/SOC 321: Immigration Politics and Policymaking in the U.S.
  • POL 335: The Political Economy of the United States
  • POL 336: State Politics and American Federalism
  • SPI 331/SOC 312/AFS 317/POL 343: Race and Public Policy
  • POL 344/AAS 344: Race and Politics in the United States
  • POL 349: Political Economy

  • POL 420: AP Seminar: Threats to American Democracy

  • POL 422/GSS 422: AP Seminar: Gender and American Politics

COMPARATIVE POLITICS (CP)

  • POL 230/SPI 325: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POL 349: Political Economy

  • POL 351/SPI 311/LAS 371: The Politics of Development

  • SPI 324/POL 371: Designing Democracy

  • POL 386: Violent Politics

  • SPI 421/POL 479/CHV 470: Comparative Constitutional Law

FORMAL & QUANTITATIVE (FQ)

  • POL 345/SOC 305/SPI 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (IR)

  • POL 240/SPI 312: International Relations
  • POL 313/CHV 313: Global Justice
  • POL 385: International Political Economy

  • SPI 316/POL 399: China's Foreign Relations

  • POL 440: IR Seminar: Politics of International Finance and Development

POLITICAL THEORY (PT)

  • POL 301/CLA 301/HLS 303: Political Theory, Athens to Augustine
  • SPI 370/POL 308/CHV 301: Ethics and Public Policy
  • POL 313/CHV 313: Global Justice
  • POL 315: Constitutional Interpretation
  • PHI 332 / POL 401 / ECS 314: Early Modern Philosophy (topic: Hobbes and Spinoza)

  • PHI 411/CHV 411/POL 407: Free Speech in the Internet Age

OTHER

  • POL 332/HUM 339: American Statesmanship - Abraham Lincoln's Politics: Concepts, Conflict, Context
  • NES 269/POL 353: The Politics of Modern Islam

courses satisfying the analytical requirement

  • POL 345/SOC 305/SPI 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science

Spring 2021

AMERICAN POLITICS (AP)

  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 321: American Political Thought
  • POL 329: Policy Marking in America
  • LAO 334/POL 334/SOC 32: Immigration Politics and Policymaking in the U.S.
  • POL 339: The Politics of Crime and Punishment
  • POL 340: The Politics of Policing
  • POL 344/AAS 344: Race and Politics in the United States
  • POL 420: AP Seminar: Money in American Politics

  • POL 423: AP Seminar: Free Speech and the Law

  • SPI 337/POL 424: Black Politics and Public Policy

  • POL 455/GSS 435: Seminar: LGBTQ Politics - Identity, Voice, Policy

  • POL 477/CHV 477: Seminar: Expressive Rights and Wrongs - Speech, Offense and Commemoration

COMPARATIVE POLITICS (CP)

  • SPI 329/POL 350: Comparative Political Economy for Policy Making
  • POL 351/SPI 311: The Politics of Development

  • POL 362/SPI 323/EAS 362: Chinese Politics

  • POL 364/NES 322: Politics of the Middle East

  • POL 455/GSS 435: Seminar: LGBTQ Politics - Identity, Voice, Policy

FORMAL & QUANTITATIVE (FQ)

  • POL 345/SOC 305/SPI 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science
  • POL 346: Applied Quantitative Analysis
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Mathematical Models in the Study of Politics

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (IR)

  • POL 240/SPI 312: International Relations
  • POL 380: Human Rights

  • POL 385: International Political Economy

  • SPI 315/POL 393: Grand Strategy

  • POL 440/SPI 440: IR Seminar: Theories of International Order

  • POL 441: IR Seminar: Politics of the Global Economy

  • SPI 320/POL 445: Insurgency and Counterinsurgency

  • EGR 360/SPI 376/POL 495: Policy Entrepreneurship for the 21st Century

POLITICAL THEORY (PT)

  • POL 210: Political Theory
  • POL 303: Modern Political Theory
  • POL 307/CHV 307: The Just Society
  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 321: American Political Thought
  • POL 410/GSS 425: PT Seminar: Science, Identity, and the Politics of Human Difference

  • POL 477/CHV 477: Seminar: Expressive Rights and Wrongs - Speech, Offense and Commemoration

OTHER

  • LAS 217/POL 271/URB 217ANT 397: Culture, Politics, and Human Rights in Latin America
  • POL 332: Topics in American Statesmanship: Woodrow Wilson - Progressive, Villain?
  • NES 365/POL 368: Modern Iran

  • NES 396/POL 436: Political Economy of Institutions in the Modern Middle East

  • AMS 403/POL 478: Advanced Seminar in American Studies: Fixing A Bug in Democracy: The Math and Practice of Fair Redistricting

  • NES 326/POL 489: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East Since 1979

courses satisfying the analytical requirement

  • POL 250: Introduction to Game Theory
  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Mathematical Models in the Study of Politics

Fall 2020

AMERICAN POLITICS (AP)

  • POL 220/SPI 310: American Politics
  • POL 315: Constitutional Interpretation
  • POL 325: The Presidency and Executive Power
  • POL 327: Mass Media, Social Media and American Politics
  • POL 335: The Political Economy of the United States
  • POL 339: The Politics of Crime and Punishment
  • POL 349: Political Economy
  • POL 426: Generation Z Voting Challenge

COMPARATIVE POLITICS (CP)

  • POL 230/SPI 325: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POL 349: Political Economy
  • POL 360: Social Movements and Revolutions
  • POL 366/AFS 366: Politics in Africa
  • POL 367/LAS 367/SPI 367: Latin American Politics
  • SPI 324/POL 371: Designing Democracy
  • POL 432/AFS 432: CP Seminar: Political and Economic Development in Africa

FORMAL & QUANTITATIVE (FQ)

  • POL 250: Introduction to Game Theory
  • POL 345/SOC 305/SPI 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS (IR)

  • POL 240/SPI 312: International Relations
  • POL 388: Causes of War
  • SPI 316/POL 399: China's Foreign Relations
  • POL 440: IR Seminar: Politics of International Finance and Development
  • POL 442: IR Seminar: Contesting Globalization - Actors, Interests, and Outcomes

POLITICAL THEORY (PT)

  • SPI 370/POL 308/CHV 301: Ethics and Public Policy
  • POL 311: Multiculturalism: Conflicts Over Diversity in the Modern State
  • POL 315: Constitutional Interpretation
  • CHV 367/POL 475/PHI 368: Seminar: A Democratic Philosophy

OTHER

  • CLA 310/CHV 314/AAS 311/POL 310: Citizenships Ancient and Modern
  • NES 269/POL 353: The Politics of Modern Islam
  • CLA 232/POL 363: Rhetoric and Politics
  • HIS 412/POL 482: Marx and the Marxist Method of Analysis: A Primer for All Disciplines
  • POL 488/HUM 488: Secession, the Civil War, and the Constitution
  • NES 326/POL 489: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East Since 1979

courses satisfying the analytical requirement

  • POL 250: Introduction to Game Theory
  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science

Spring 2020

American Politics (AP)

  • POL 220/WWS 310: American Politics
  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 324: Congressional Politics
  • POL 329: Policy Making in America
  • LAO 334/POL 334: Immigration Politics and Policymaking in the U.S.
  • POL 339: The Politics of Crime and Punishment
  • POL 342/GSS 414: Sexuality, Gender, and Gender Identity in American Law and Politics 
  • POL 344/AAS 344: Race and Politics in the United States
  • POL 423: AP Seminar: American Political Thought - The Colonial Era to the Civil War
  • AMS 327/POL 428: The American State
  • AAS 404/GSS 419/POL 429: Intersectional Activisms and Movements for Social Justice

Comparative Politics (CP)

  • POL 351/WWS 311: The Politics of Development
  • POL 352: Comparative Political Economy
  • POL 360: Social Movements and Revolutions
  • EPS 300/POL 384: European Politics and Society in the 20th Century
  • POL 434: CP Seminar: Europe and the World

Formal & Quantitative (FQ)

  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science
  • POL 346: Applied Quantitative Analysis
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Mathematical Models in the Study of Politics

International Relations (IR)

  • POL 380: Human Rights
  • WWS 315/POL 393: Grand Strategy
  • POL 396: International Organizations
  • WWS 316/POL 399: China's Foreign Relations
  • POL 440: IR Seminar: Politics of International Finance and Development
  • POL 442: IR Seminar: Contesting Globalization - Actors, Interests, and Outcomes

Political Theory (PT)

  • POL 210: Political Theory
  • POL 303: Modern Political Theory
  • POL 305: Radical Political Thought
  • POL 316: Civil Liberties
  • POL 317/CHV 316: Confucian Political Philosophy: Classical and Contemporary
  • POL 473/CHV 473/PHI 473: Managing Social Risk

  • POL 474/CHV 474: Media and Democracy: Normative and Empirical Perspectives

Other

  • LAS 318/POL 373: From Zapata to the Cold War: Latin America's 20th Century Revolutions
  • GSS 206/POL 427: The Long 19th Amendment - Women and Voting Rights in the United States
  • NES 326/POL 489: U.S. Foreign Policy and the Middle East Since 1979

Courses Satisfying the Analytical Requirement

  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science
  • POL 346: Applied Quantitative Analysis
  • POL 347/ECO 347: Mathematical Models in the Study of Politics

Fall 2019

American Politics (AP)

  • POL 318: Law and Society
  • POL 320: Judicial Politics
  • POL 325: The Presidency and Executive Power
  • POL 326: Constitutional Difficulties in the Age of Trump
  • POL 336: State Politics and American Federalism
  • POL 349: Political Economy
  • POL 422/GSS 422: AP Seminar: Gender and American Politics

Comparative Politics (CP)

  • POL 230/WWS 325: Introduction to Comparative Politics
  • POL 349: Political Economy
  • POL 367/LAS 367: Latin American Politics
  • POL 374: Russian and Post-Soviet Politics
  • POL 386: Violent Politics
  • POL 433/AFS 433: CP Seminar: Themes in African Politics
  • WWS 421/POL 479/CHV 470: Comparative Constitutional Law

Formal & Quantitative (FQ)

  • POL 250: Introduction to Game Theory
  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science

International Relations (IR)

  • POL 240/WWS 312: International Relations
  • POL 386: Violent Politics
  • POL 388: Causes of War

Political Theory (PT)

  • POL 301/CLA 301/HLS 303: Political Theory, Athens to Augustine
  • WWS 370/POL 308/CHV 301: Ethics and Public Policy
  • ECS 343/POL 406/ARC 343/ART 352: Politics and Architecture in Twentieth-Century Europe
  • POL 418/CHV 418: What are Human Rights?

Other

  • POL 332: American Statesmanship - The Early American Republic: Judicial Career of John Marshall
  • NES 365/POL 368: Modern Iran
  • NES 265/POL 465: Political and Economic Development of the Middle East
  • LAS 317/POL 495: Institutions of Justice and Democracy in Latin America

courses satisfying the analytical requirement

  • POL 250: Introduction to Game Theory
  • POL 345/SOC 305/WWS 211: Introduction to Quantitative Social Science