Political Science (POSC)
- D class assignments for undergraduates available in VKC214; phone (213) 740-3621.
- D class assignments for graduate students available in VKC327; phone (213) 740-1695.
Examination of enduring political issues, as well as the political processes and institutions.
- General Education: This course satisfies the university's general education requirement.
- Note: This class will meet the Social Issues requirement for students who have already satisfied the WRIT 140 requirement. This class is not affiliated with WRIT 140 during Summer 2009.
- Concurrent enrollment: WRIT 140
|050||51900R||Lecture||9:30-1:40pm||Tue, Thu||19 of 30||Jefferey Sellers||VKC101|
Focuses on analytical and argumentative writing skills requisite to academic and professional writing. Emphasizes logical analysis of texts and other data, effective use of evidence, ethical argumentation, and stylistic and grammatical fluency. Requires concurrent enrollment with an affiliated General Education course in the Social Issues category. Students must achieve a satisfactory score on the verbal portion of the SAT, the USC Writing Examination, or credit for WRIT 120 or 121
|054||64112D||Lecture-Lab||10:00-12:05pm||MTuWTh||8 of 17||Paul Blomeyer||GFS113|
|055||64114D||Lecture-Lab||1:00-2:35pm||MTuWTh||11 of 17||Jessica Bremmer||GFS205|
Social problems and governmental policy in the urban environment, emphasizing such problem areas as education, environment, race, police and the system of criminal justice, and poverty.
|051||51910R||Lecture||9:30-1:40pm||Tue, Thu||8 of 30||Jefferey Sellers||VKC101|
Major systems of political thought in Chinese, Japanese, and other Asian cultural traditions. Confucianism, Buddhism, Islam, and other classical systems and their present-day adaptations under the impact of communism and democracy.
- Note: Islamic Political Thought
Jurisprudential approach to the study of cultural differences. Consideration of circumstances under which law should accommodate cultural diversity in the United States and abroad.
- Diversity: This course satisfies the university's diversity requirement.
|050||51935R||Lecture||2:00-6:10pm||Mon, Wed||18 of 30||Alison Renteln||VKC203|
Intensive examination of special topics in the field of law and public policy.
|Bioethics Policies Around the World|
Individual research and readings. Not available for graduate credit.
- Restriction: Registration open to the following class level(s): Junior, Senior
|051||51960D||2.0-8.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||1 of 15||Richard Dekmejian||VKC214|
|059||51965D||2.0-8.0||Lecture||TBA||TBA||1 of 15||Anthony Kammas||VKC214|
Information accurate as of 10/1/2009 9:14 AM.