McDaniel College Budapest 

PSI Courses
Political Science and International Studies courses

The major in Political Science and International Studies is designed to provide an understanding of political systems in general and of the American government, European affairs, and international relations in particular. It provides intellectual and practical preparation for public service, diplomacy, and journalism, and serves as a preparation for law studies and other graduate-level pursuits.
  • PSI 1101 – Introduction to Political Science
  • PSI 1111 – Classical Political Thought
  • PSI 1112 – Modern Political Thought
  • PSI 2201 – American Political Institutions
  • PSI 2202 – Stat and Local Government
  • PSI 2203 – International Law and Organization
  • PSI 2204 – Approaches to International Relations
  • PSI 2205 – The European Union: History, Institutions, and Major Policies
  • PSI 2206 – American Political Thought
  • PSI 2207 – American Public Policy
  • PSI 2213 – Comparative Politics of Western European Polities
  • PSI 2215 – Environmental Policy
  • PSI 2216 – United States Campaigns and Elections
  • PSI 2219 – Research Design and Methods
  • PSI 2295 – Internships in Political Science
  • PSI 2298 – Independent Studies in Political Science
  • PSI 3307 – U.S. Foreign Policy
  • PSI 3308 – American Constitutional Law
  • PSI 3310 – Politics of Developing Areas
  • PSI 3317 – Comparative Politics of Communist and Post Communist Political Systems
  • PSI 3319 – American Civil Liberties
  • PSI 3333 – Conflict Resolution, Peacemaking, and Peacekeeping in Post-Cold War World
  • PSI 3398 – Independent Studies in Political Science
  • PSI 4492 – Senior Seminar
 


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