Spring/Summer 2019 Courses

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The following Core Classes are offered this upcoming Spring/Summer 2019 Semester:

  • Required:
    • PCS 2000/HIS 2500/PS 2820. Intro to Peace & Conflict Studies (3 credits)
    • PCS 6000. Senior Seminar in Peace & Conflict Studies (3 credits)
    • Two from the following (additional courses can count as electives) -
    •             * AFS 2210 -- (SS) Black Social and Political Thought: Cr. 4
      • * PCS 2010 -- Topics in Peace and Conflict Studies (P S 2830) (HIS 2520): Cr. 1-4 (may be taken only once for Core Requirement, and repeated for electives)

        * PCS 2050 -- The Study of Non-Violence (P S 2550) (SOC 2050)(HIS 2530): Cr. 3

        * PCS 5999 -- Special Readings/Research: Cr. 3

        * P S 2510 -- Introduction to Political Ideologies: Cr. 4

      • * PSY 2600 -- Psychology of Social Behavior: Cr. 4

    • One of the following:
      • PCS 5000/CRJ 5994/PS 5890/PSY 5710. Dispute Resolution (3 credits)
      • PCS 5010 Community/International Internship (3 credits)
      • PCS 5100 Advanced Special Topics (3-4 credits each) (Open to Graduate and Undergraduate enrollment)
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    The following Electives are available in Spring/Summer 2019:

     

     

    AFS 2600 -- Race and Racism in America (SOC 2600): Cr. 3 

    AFS 3610 -- (PC) Interdisciplinary Perspectives on Foreign Culture: The Africans: Cr. 4 

    AFS 5110 -- Black Women in America (GSW 5110): Cr. 3, AFS 5130 -- The Black Family: Cr. 4, ANT 3100 -- Cultures of the World: Cr. 3-4 

    ANT 3550 -- (FC) Arab Society in Transition (N E 3550): Cr. 3 

    COM 2160 -- (PL) Contemporary Persuasive Campaigns and Movements: Cr. 3 

    COM 3400 -- (WI) Theories of Communication: Cr. 4 

    COM 4250 -- Reporting Race, Gender, and Culture: Cr. 3 

    GPH 2700 -- (P S 2700) (FC) Introduction to Canadian Studies (ENG 2670) (HIS 2700): Cr. 3 

    GSW 5110 -- Black Women in America (AFS 5110): Cr. 3 

    HIS 1400 -- (HS) The World Since 1945: Cr. 3-4 

    HIS 1810 -- (HS) The Modern Middle East (N E 2040): Cr. 3 

    HIS 2700 -- (P S 2700) (FC) Introduction to Canadian Studies (ENG 2670) (GPH 2700): Cr. 3 

    JPN 4550 -- (FC) Japanese Culture and Society I: Cr. 4 

    LIN 3080 -- Cognitive Psychology: Fundamental Processes (PSY 3080): Cr. 3 

    N E 2040 -- (HS) The Modern Middle East (HIS 1810): Cr. 3 

    N E 3520 -- Women and Gender in Middle East History (GSW 3520): Cr. 3 

    PCS 5000 – Dispute Resolution 

    P S 2460 -- Policy and Rationality: Dilemmas of Choice: Cr. 4 

    P S 2700 (FC) Introduction to Canadian Studies (ENG 2670) (HIS 2700)(GPH 2700): Cr. 3

    P S 3030 -- Political Interest Groups: Cr. 4  

    P S 3830 -- War: Cr. 4 

    P S 3991 -- Directed Study: WSU-Salford Exchange: Cr. 3-9 

    PSY 2100 -- Psychology and the Workplace: Cr. 3 

    PSY 2400 -- Developmental Psychology: Cr. 4 

    PSY 3080 -- Cognitive Psychology: Fundamental Processes (LIN 3080): Cr. 3 

    PSY 3310 -- Abnormal Psychology: Cr. 4 

    PSY 3350 -- Psychology of Personality: Cr. 3 

    U P 5650 -- Metropolitan Detroit (GPH 5650): Cr. 4 

    U S 2000 -- (SS) Introduction to Urban Studies (SOC 2500) (GPH 2000) (HIS 2000) (P S 2000): Cr. 4 

     

     

     

     

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