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PO 303 Political Philosophy 3 Cr.

After introducing the political philosophies of Socrates, Plato and Aristotle, this course explores the ideas of major Western thinkers from the Renaissance through the Industrial Revolution. The course not only examines each philosopher's understandings of power, justice, equality and freedom, but also contemporary applications and implications of these ideas. Prerequisite: Sophomore 2 standing or higher.

Political Science

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Associate Professors Michael Andrew, Jason Jagemann, and Yangmo Ku; Assistant Professor Michael Thunberg.

Studies in War and Peace

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...from: PO 305 , PO 310 , PO 330 , PO...HI 201, HI202, HI 303 , HI 304 , HI...

International Studies

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...from PO 301 , PO 305 , PO 310 , PO...History course from HI 303 , HI 304 , HI...

History

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...and Literature II 3 PO 105 American Politics...one course from: HI 303 , HI 304 , HI...