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1 176 UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY POLITICAL SCIENCE Grossnickle Hall, Rm Dr. Diana Lieb, Chairperson Associate Professors: Lieb, Moskowitz Assistant Professor: Moran The Political Science Department offers the following degree tracks: 1. Bachelor of Arts major and a minor in Political Science, 2. a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Secondary Education Teacher Certification (Social Studies), and 3. a Pre-Law minor that prepares students for law school admission. The Political Science Department also coordinates the interdisciplinary International Studies Minor. Requirements for admission, fields of employment, continued areas of education, and course requirements for each of these are explained below. The requirements for graduation, which precede a student s major, are listed on page 45 Undergraduate Requirements. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science General, p. 172 Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Secondary Education Teacher Certification (Social Studies), p. 174 Minor in Political Science p. 175 Minor in Pre-Law (interdisciplinary), p. 175 Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Completion of this major prepares students for careers in government, including domestic civil service, legislative policy, foreign service, intelligence and national security agencies, intergovernmental work, and international organizations, including the United Nations. The field also prepares students for work in non-governmental organizations, banking, business and businessrelated organizations, consulting, media, non-profit, educational, and research organizations. Completion of a political science major also prepares students to pursue advanced degrees in law, public administration and policy, diplomacy and international relations. The requirement for admission to this degree track is a cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 2.5 or higher. A major in Political Science may be attained by completing the following requirements listed below (36 credits). Course codes with an asterisk (*) have prerequisite or corequisite courses. These prerequisites and corequisites are listed with the course descriptions that follow. Course Code Course Title Credits Required Core Courses POLI 102 U.S. Politics 3 POLI 109 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 POLI 110 Introduction to World Politics 3 POLI 205 History of Political Thought 3 Select one from the following American Government courses POLI 116 Government and Business in the United States 3 POLI 202 State and Local Government 3 POLI 212 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis 3 POLI 213 Urban Politics 3 POLI 220 Campaign 20XX 3 Select one from the following upper-level American Government courses POLI 301* Political Parties and Elections 3 POLI 304* Media and Politics 3 POLI 306* Constitutional Law 3 POLI 308* President and Congress 3 POLI 311* Judicial Process 3 POLI 331* U.S Foreign Policy 3 Select one from the following Comparative and International Politics courses POLI 207 The United Nations and World Affairs 3 POLI 209 Government and Politics of South America 3 POLI 210 Government and Politics of Mexico and the Caribbean 3 POLI 221 Government and Politics of Africa 3 POLI 222 Government and Politics of Europe 3 POLI 223 Government and Politics of Asia 3 POLI 224 Government and Politics of the Middle East 3 POLI 226 Government and Politics of Central Asia 3

2 POLITICAL SCIENCE 177 Select one from the following upper-level Comparative and International Politics courses POLI 322* Advanced Studies in European Politics 3 POLI 310* Global Issues of Urgency 3 POLI 324* International Relations of the Middle East 3 POLI 326* International Relations of Central Asia 3 POLI 331* United States Foreign Policy 3 POLI 334* Issues of War and Peace 3 POLI 550* United Nations Workshop 3 Select one course from the following Seminar courses POLI 450* Seminar in American Government 3 POLI 452* Seminar in International Relations 3 POLI 453* Seminar in Urban Government and Politics 3 POLI 454* Seminar in Political Theory 3 POLI 456* Seminar in the New World Order 3 Select three from the above list or from the following elective courses POLI 100 Contemporary Political Issues 3 POLI 252 Politics through Film 3 POLI 305 Cyber Politics 3 POLI 307* International Law 3 POLI 313* Civil Liberties in the United States 3 POLI 346 Public Personnel Systems 3 POLI 497 Legal Internship 3 POLI 498 Internship in Policy and Administration 3 POLI 499 Independent Study 1 A Cooperative Education experience of up to six credits may be substituted for two of these courses.

3 178 UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY Bachelor of Arts in Political Science Secondary Education Teacher Certification (Social Studies) Completion of this major prepares one for a career as a social studies teacher in elementary, middle, and high schools in which social studies is taught as a separate subject. Continued study may include a master s and doctoral degree in political science or a similar field. Admission to the education certification program requires a minimum CGPA of Eligibility for teacher certification by the New Jersey Department Course Code Course Title Credits HIST 150+ American History to HIST 152+ American History Since BIOL 100+ General Biology 3 GEOS 111+ Principles of Earth Science 3 INTD 149+ Human and Intercultural Relations 3 PSYC 152+ Adolescence to Adulthood 3 SOC 114+ Sociology of the Family 3 Restricted Electives (select one course from each of the following areas) European History+ 3 Anthropology + 3 Physical Geography + 3 Economics + 3 +This course may be used to simultaneously meet a General Studies requirement- see page 45 Undergraduate Requirements. Required Core Courses POLI 102 U.S. Politics 3 POLI 109 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 POLI 110 Introduction to World Politics 3 POLI 205 History of Political Thought 3 Select one from the following American Government courses POLI 116 Government and Business in the United States 3 POLI 202 State and Local Government 3 POLI 212 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis 3 POLI 213 Urban Politics 3 POLI 220 Campaign 20XX 3 Select one from the following upper-level American Government courses POLI 301* Political Parties and Elections 3 POLI 304* Media and Politics 3 POLI 306* Constitutional Law 3 POLI 308* President and Congress 3 POLI 311* Judicial Process 3 POLI 331* U.S Foreign Policy 3 Select one from the following Comparative and International Politics courses POLI 207 The United Nations and World Affairs 3 POLI 209 Government and Politics of South America 3 POLI 210 Government and Politics of Mexico and the Caribbean 3 POLI 221 Government and Politics of Africa 3 POLI 222 Government and Politics of Europe 3 POLI 223 Government and Politics of Asia 3 POLI 224 Government and Politics of the Middle East 3 POLI 226 Government and Politics of Central Asia 3 of Education is dependent upon completion of the curriculum requirements of a certification program, a passing score on the Praxis exam, and whatever minimum CGPA has been put into effect by the State at the time a graduate s application for certification arrives at the New Jersey Department of Education. Students who are interested in the education certification program must contact the College of Education for additional requirements necessary for admission and completion of the certification program. Course requirements for the completion of major are listed below. Course codes with an asterisk (*) have prerequisite or corequisite courses. These prerequisites and corequisites are listed with the course descriptions that follow. Select one from the following upper-level Comparative and International Politics courses POLI 322* Advanced Studies in European Politics 3 POLI 310* Global Issues of Urgency 3 POLI 324* International Relations of the Middle East 3 POLI 326* International Relations of Central Asia 3 POLI 331* United States Foreign Policy 3 POLI 334* Issues of War and Peace 3 POLI 550* United Nations Workshop 3 Select one course from the following Seminar courses POLI 450* Seminar in American Government 3 POLI 452* Seminar in International Relations 3 POLI 453* Seminar in Urban Government and Politics 3 POLI 454* Seminar in Political Theory 3 POLI 456* Seminar in the New World Order 3 Select three from the above list or from the following elective courses POLI 100 Contemporary Political Issues 3 POLI 252 Politics through Film 3 POLI 305 Cyber Politics 3 POLI 307* International Law 3 POLI 313* Civil Liberties in the United States 3 POLI 346 Public Personnel Systems 3 POLI 497 Legal Internship 3 POLI 498 Internship in Policy and Administration 3 POLI 499 Independent Study 1 A Co-op experience of up to six credits may be substituted for two of these courses. Phase I EDU 250* The Education Challenge 3 LTED 330* Focus: Reading, Language and Literacy 3 Phase II EDU 330* Focus: Development, Behavior and Learning 3 EDU 331* Field Experience II 1 Phase III Offered fall semesters only LTED 370* Secondary Reading and Language Workshop 2 EDU 371* Secondary Curriculum, Methods and Materials Workshop 4 EDU 4372* Secondary Methods of Teaching Social Studies 2 Phase IV EDU 450* Classroom Management Workshop 1 EDU 470* Concurrent Student Teaching Seminar 2 LTED 470* Concurrent Language Arts Seminar 1 EDU 480* Internship 8

4 POLITICAL SCIENCE 179 Minor in Political Science A minor in Political Science may be attained by completing the following requirements (24 credits). Course Code Course Title Credits Required POLI 102 U.S. Politics 3 POLI 109 Introduction to Comparative Politics 3 POLI 110 Introduction to World Politics 3 POLI 205 History of Political Thought 3 Select one from the following American Government courses POLI 116 Government and Business in the United States 3 POLI 202 State and Local Government 3 POLI 212 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis 3 POLI 213 Urban Politics 3 POLI 220 Campaign 20XX 3 POLI 301* Political Parties and Elections 3 POLI 304* Media and Politics 3 POLI 306* Constitutional Law 3 POLI 308* President and Congress 3 POLI 311* Judicial Process 3 POLI 331* U.S Foreign Policy 3 Select one from the following Comparative Government and International Politics courses POLI 207 The United Nations and World Affairs 3 POLI 209 Government and Politics of South America 3 POLI 210 Government and Politics of Mexico and the Caribbean 3 POLI 221 Government and Politics of Africa 3 POLI 222 Government and Politics of Europe 3 POLI 223 Government and Politics of Asia 3 POLI 224 Government and Politics of the Middle East 3 POLI 226 Government and Politics of Central Asia 3 POLI 322* Advanced Studies in European Politics 3 POLI 310* Global Issues of Urgency 3 POLI 324* International Relations of the Middle East 3 POLI 326* International Relations of Central Asia 3 POLI 331* United States Foreign Policy 3 POLI 334* Issues of War and Peace 3 POLI 550* United Nations Workshop 3 Select one course from the following Seminar courses POLI 450* Seminar in American Government 3 POLI 452* Seminar in International Relations 3 POLI 453* Seminar in Urban Government and Politics 3 POLI 454* Seminar in Political Theory 3 POLI 456* Seminar in the New World Order 3 Select one courses from the above list or from the following elective courses POLI 100 Contemporary Political Issues 3 POLI 254 Politics through Film 3 POLI 305 Cyber Politics 3 POLI 307* International Law 3 POLI 313* Civil Liberties in the United States 3 POLI 341 Political Science Fiction 3 POLI 346 Public Personnel Systems 3 POLI 497 Legal Internship 3 POLI 498 Internship in Policy and Administration 3 POLI 499 Independent Study 1 A Co-op experience of up to six credits may be substituted for one of these courses. Minor in Pre-Law The Pre-Law Minor is an interdisciplinary program designed to help students develop essential skills for the study and practice of law. The Pre-Law Minor consists of the following requirements (18 credit hours). Students minor in pre-law by completing the following requirements (18 credit hours). Note that Political Science majors may apply all political science courses in the Pre-Law program to their major program as well. Students who minor in Pre-Law but whose major is other than Political Science may take upper-level courses without the prerequisites only with the permission of the Chair. Course Code Course Title Credits Required Law Courses POLI 311 Judicial Process 3 POLI 306 Constitutional Law OR 3 POLI 313 Civil Liberties 3 Select one course from the following POLI 307 International Law 3 BUSI 281 Business Law 3 Essential Skills Select one from the following Essential Skills courses ENGL 359 Grammar and Usage 3 ENGL 401 Introduction to Debate 3 ENGL 391 Persuasive Writing 3 ENGL 361 Technical Writing 3 PHIL 311 Symbolic Logic 3 PHIL 206 Epistemology: The Theory of Knowledge 3 Select one from the following elective courses PHIL 308 Political and Social Philosophy 3 CJFS 225 Criminal Law 3 CJFS 340 Criminal Evidence 3 CJFS 325 Criminal Procedure 3 HLTH 401 Introduction to Public Health 3 ENGL 379 History of Journalism 3

5 180 UNDERGRADUATE CATALOG NEW JERSEY CITY UNIVERSITY Course Descriptions POLI 100 Contemporary Political Issues (3) This is an introduction to the major current political questions of the day, from international terrorism to affirmative action, and the means of analyzing the underlying principles which bring order to a hodgepodge of facts, claims, and counterclaims. Typical issues may include capital punishment, undocumented aliens, disarmament, the Central American question and human rights. POLI 101 Introduction to Political Science (3) This course is an introduction to the study of politics as a science through an examination of its content, methodologies, and its major sub-fields. It also examines and analyzes contrasting contemporary political ideologies. POLI 102 U.S. Politics (3) How is American government and politics unique? How does the world s foremost democracy really work? Is the System basically fair? This introductory course imparts a basic understanding of the major functions and structures of politics and government in the United States with emphasis on the actual workings of government. POLI 109 Introduction to Comparative Politics (3) This is a study of major political systems in today s world with special emphasis on modernization and development problems. POLI 110 Introduction to World Politics (3) Topics covered in this course include: an examination of the international political system in the post 9-11 world, approaches to national and international security, the nature and causes of global terrorism, theories of human rights, the nature of power, the causes of war, and theories of conflict resolution. POLI 116 Government and Business in the United States (3) This course examines the structure and process of business-government relations in the United States and the attitudes which have affected their behavior toward one another. It also details how and why attitudes and policies are changing and the increasing interdependency of the private and public sectors in the American political system. POLI 202: State and Local Government (3) This course analyzes the structure and political dynamic of State and Local Government. Particular attention will be paid to the New Jersey governing system. POLI 205 History of Political Thought (3) This course focuses on reading and discussion of selected works from both classical and modern political philosophy. The historical setting and significance of the works themselves are stressed. POLI 207 The United Nations and World Affairs (3) The role of the United Nations, regional, and international organizations in the contemporary world are the focus of this course. The history and usefulness of these organizations in the settlement of international conflicts and the functions of international law are also examined in light of the human quest for peace, justice and stability. POLI 209 Government and Politics of South America (3) This is an introduction to government and politics of the nations of South America with an emphasis on characteristic - themes and issues such as, militarism, power contenders, revolt and revolution, the role of the Church, population growth and the international debt crisis. POLI 210 Government and Politics of Mexico and the Caribbean (3) This course focuses on the nations of the Caribbean Basin, with emphasis on Mexico and the Spanish-speaking islands (Cuba, Dominican Republic, and Puerto Rico). Central America is also considered with emphasis on the long-range implications for United States policy. POLI 212 Introduction to Public Policy Analysis (3) This course examines several policy areas, including civil rights, energy, environment, and criminal justice. The course also examines the policy makers, the setting in which the policy is made, and the steps taken in the policy process. POLI 213 Urban Politics (3) This course examines the political history peculiar to American cities and its impact. It analyzes the fiscal problems faced by many cities, states and the federal government, and recent efforts to improve urban life. POLI 215 Women and the Law (3) Using court cases, this course examines current developments in American law regarding women s status and rights in the areas of employment, marriage and family, reproduction, sexuality and education. POLI 220 Campaign 20XX This course involves in-depth analysis of a contemporary political campaign in a current electoral cycle. It examines the participants (candidates, parties, interest groups, and media) and strategies (electoral, promotional, and advertising) involved in a specific campaign. Students take this course in conjunction with a corresponding journalism campaign course in the English department. POLI 221 Government and Politics of Africa This course is a survey of the sub- Saharan states, emphasizing problems of economic and political development. POLI 222 Government and Politics of Europe This course discusses political and economic developments of the new Europe since the collapse of the Berlin Wall. Particular attention is given to the structure and policies of the European Union. POLI 223 Government and Politics of Asia (3) Leadership, government, and politics in Indonesia, Japan, India, China, Burma and Southeast Asia are the topics explored in this course. POLI 224 Government and Politics of the Middle East This course explores the political dynamics of the Middle East. Particular attention is given to the historical/cultural context, the Israeli-Palestinian conflict, the politics of oil, and the role of political Islam in the region. POLI 226 Government and Politics of Central Asia This course presents an overview of the politics and policies of the successor states to the Soviet Union with emphasis on their geostrategic importance and the role of political Islam. POLI 252 Politics Through Film This course focuses on the relationships between politics and the film industry, the portrayal of politics in feature films, and the impact on public opinion and perceptions. Class and contemporary films are viewed and analyzed from cinematic and political perspectives. POLI 301 Political Parties and Elections (3) This course analyzes the American party system, particularly its organization and function within our political system and its effects upon the democratic process. POLI 304 Media and Politics (3) This course analyzes the role of the mass media in the formation of public opinion and its use by both the public and the elites in the policy making process. There is an emphasis on interrelationships among the elites, the masses, and the media which affect, and are affected by, both the public and the policymakers.

6 POLITICAL SCIENCE 181 POLI 305 Cyber Politics (3) This course explores the effects of the Internet on domestic and international relations. Topics include Internet campaigns and elections, e-democracy, civil liberties on the Internet, e-government, cyber-activism, hacktivism, cyber-terrorism, and cyber-warfare. POLI 306 Constitutional Law (3) This course examines the federal constitution, its organization and functions with emphasis on major judicial theories and the role of the Supreme Court using court cases. POLI 307 International Law (3) This is an overview of the development of international law, the institutions involved, and landmark cases. It examines the role of the United Nations and the extent to which international law helps to guide and constrain behavior among the nations of the world. to World Politics POLI 308 President and Congress (3) This course focuses on the making of national policy by the President and Congress with special attention to conflicts between the two branches. Topics such as the budget, foreign policy, and tax reform are stressed. POLI 310 Global Issues of Urgency (3) Selected topics in international relations will be analyzed and discussed in light of current events. These may include terrorism, refugees, environmental degradation and the weakening of the nation-state. to World Politics POLI 311 Judicial Process and Policy (3) This course analyzes the structure and functions of the American judicial system with an emphasis on how courts work, how judges decide cases, and the political effects of judicial decision-making. POLI 313 Civil Liberties in the United States (3) This course analyzes the amendments to the federal constitution as they relate to the development of civil liberties in American society with an emphasis on the first, tenth, and fourteenth amendments. POLI 322 Advanced Studies in European Politics (3) This course examines the regional politics of European governments. Selected topics include the future of European integration, the Balkan conflicts, and Europe s refugee problem. Prerequisite: POLI 109 Introduction to Comparative Politics POLI 324 International Relations in the Middle East (3) Topics covered in this course include the Arab/Israeli conflict, Iran and Iraq and the Persian Gulf, and United States policy toward the region. to World Politics POLI 326 International Relations in Central Asia (3) Topics covered in this course include the war in Afghanistan, the politics of oil, and the future of this critical area for the United States. to World Politics POLI 331 United States Foreign Policy (3) Decision-making processes and contemporary United States foreign and defense policies, emphasizing major participants, underlying traditions, and principal concepts are discussed in this course. Past policies and current events are used to illustrate how foreign policy is made. or POLI 110 Introduction to World Politics POLI 334 Issues of War and Peace (3) This course is an interdisciplinary and theoretical study of possible approaches to permanent peace and an examination of the causes of war. Case studies are undertaken wherever appropriate. to World Politics POLI 341 Political Science Fiction (3) This course studies science fiction to introduce and analyze such political concepts as power, authority, anarchy, leadership, elections, utopias, and the nature of the state. Among the writers included are LeGuin, Asimov, Heinlein, Niven, Ellison, and Orwell. POLI 346 Public Personnel Systems (3) This course is a survey of the personnel functions in the public sector. It focuses on the issues of patronage, merit, recruitment, evaluation, public employee organizations and collective bargaining, and evolving theories of personnel management to improve public management. POLI 450 Seminar in American Government (3) intensive study of selected topics in American government. POLI 452 Seminar in International Relations (3) intensive study of the theory of International Relations. to World Politics POLI 453 Seminar in Urban Politics (3) intensive study of selected topics in Urban Politics. POLI 454 Seminar in Political Theory (3) intensive look at selected topics of political theory. Prerequisite: POLI 205 History of Political Thought POLI 456 Seminar in the New World Order (3) This upper-level seminar focuses on selected topics in the post-september 11 New World Order. to World Politics POLI 496 Introduction to Legal Research (3) This workshop is for pre-law students and introduces skills needed for law school and legal work, such as: briefing cases, using legal sources and documents, and writing memoranda. POLI 497 Legal Internship (3) Students are placed 10 hours each week in a law office or legal agency to work as assistants to lawyers. This internship is supervised by a faculty member trained in law. Positions are available each semester. Prerequisites: Upper-level status and permission of Chair POLI 498 Internship in Policy and Administration (3) Students work 10 hours each week with a local government agency or community group. This experience is discussed and evaluated on an individual basis with faculty advisors. Positions are available each semester. POLI 499 Independent Study (1-3) This course is designed to provide students with the opportunity to pursue advanced work in political science under individualized supervision with faculty members of the students choice. Prerequisite: Permission of Chair POLI 550 United Nations Workshop (3) Please refer to the Graduate Catalog for course description.

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