|78-475 Theories and Problems in Comparative/International Politics F,W(3-0) [0.50]|
A study of selected theories and problems in comparative politics and government, including such matters as the role of bureaucracy in development, comparative transitions to a market economy or changing trends in Anglo-American democracies. Variations in the course will reflect the interests of the particular instructor.
|Prerequisites: (78-208 or 78-210 or 78-220) and [1.00] credit at the 300 level in comparative/international politics.|
|1998-99 Undergraduate Calendar|