POLS 2050 - ♦Comparative World Politics
Comparative World Politics employs an analytical and comparative approach to studying government and politics in a thematic fashion. Governments of selective contemporary nations are used to display the themes of government found around the world. Topics include how to comparatively study government, key institutions, attitudes, ideologies, patterns of interaction, and current political problems.
Lecture Hours: 3
Prerequisites & Notes
Prerequisites: ENGL 0870 and READ 0870 or appropriate entrance scores.
This course was formerly POLS 2210.
Note: ♦ Course designed for transfer.
Approved course for TBR/Northeast State’s General Education Core.
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