Political Science
 

International Political Economy

International Political Economy
Political implications of international trade, investment, and monetary policies within an increasingly interdependent global context; transnationalism.
POLI
372
 Hours3.0 Credit, 3.0 Lecture, 0.0 Lab
 PrerequisitesNone
 TaughtFall Contact Department, Winter Contact Department, Spring Contact Department, Summer Contact Department
 ProgramsContaining POLI 372
Course Outcomes: 

Politics, International Relations, and Political Philosophy

Demonstrate understanding of how International Relations theory applies to the subject matter of International Political Economy.

Politics, International Relations, and Political Philosophy

Demonstrate a familiarity with each of the four major subfields of political science: American politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political philosophy.

Political Process, Theory, and Thought

Demonstrate understanding of different issue areas in international political economy.

Political Process, Theory, and Thought

Possess a factual and theoretical knowledge of countries, political processes, political theories, and political thought.

Effective Research and Analysis

Complete a research paper that uses IPE theory to explain aspects of global political and economic interaction.

Effective Research and Analysis

Use appropriate methods of analysis and research, including qualitative and quantitative methods, historical comparison, and textual interpretation to answer political questions.

Effective and Professional Writing

Demonstrate the ability to write a well-crafted, persuasive research paper.

Effective and Professional Writing

Write professional grade research papers on political science questions.

Critical Thinking and Analysis

Demonstrate the ability to apply different theories of international political economy.

Critical Thinking and Analysis

Think critically, analytically, and synthetically.

Integrity in Daily and Civic Activities

Learn the consequences of plagiarism and how to avoid it.

In written assignments, correctly acknowledge the words and/or ideas of other authors.