POL 333 - Global Political Theory
2015-2016 Catalog Year
This course focuses on the interactions among different traditions of political theory, examining points of contact and difference. Students will study both alternative traditions of political thought and issues in political theory that address transnational political formations.
Prerequisite: 3 credits in Politcal Science or Instuctor Permission.
Offered: Not on a regular basis
NOTE: Note: This course is the fourth of four survey courses in political theory. It may be taken by itself or as part of the sequence of survey courses in political theory (POL 303, 313, and 323). It will be taught every other spring semester.