Course Syllabi

These are sample syllabi for courses taught by CPS members.  To add or update a syllabus, send a PDF copy or an online link to Dr. Kevin Walker.

Introductory Classes

U.S. Government
American Government, by Dr. Mark Hall, George Fox University
American Government, by Dr. Kevin Walker
Introduction to American Politics, by Dr. John J. Pitney, Claremont McKenna College
United States Government, by Dr. Stephen M. King, Southeastern University
Political Theory and Philosophy
Democracy and Political Thinking, by Dr. Kevin den Dulk, Grand Valley State University
Introduction to Political Philosophy, by Dr. Mark David Hall, George Fox University
Introduction to Political Science, by Dr. Mark David Hall, George Fox University
Introduction to Politicsby Dr. Kevin Walker

Upper Division Classes

American Political Institutions
American Constitutional Foundations, by Dr. Kevin den Dulk, Grand Valley State University
American Judicial Process, by Dr. Kevin den Dulk, Grand Valley State University
Congressional and Presidential Relations, by Dr. Mark Hall, George Fox University
Foundations of American Politics, by Dr. Mark Hertzke, University of Oklahoma
American Presidency, by Dr. John J. Pitney, Claremont McKenna College
U.S. Congress, by Dr. John J. Pitney, Claremont McKenna College
Religion and Politics
Christianity and American Politics, by Dr. Mark Hall, George Fox University
Religion and Politics, by Dr. Kevin den Dulk, Grand Valley State University
Religion and Politics in America, Dr. Allen Hertzke, University of Oklahoma
Constitutional Law
Civil Rights and Liberties, by Dr. Mark David Hall, George Fox University
Constitutional Law: Issues of National Power, by Dr. Mark Hall, George Fox University
Constitutional Law I, by Dr. Frank Guliuzza, Patrick Henry College
International Politics
Freedom From Fear: America's Response to Terrorism, by Dr. Mark David Hall and Ron Mock, George Fox University
Global Religion and American Foreign Policy, by Dr. Allen Hertzke, University of Oklahoma
Introduction to World Politics, by Dr. Brent Nelson, Furman University
Political Theory and Philosophy
American Political Theory, by Dr. Mark David Hall, George Fox University
Public Administration
Foundations of Public Administration, by Dr Stephen M. King, Southeastern University
Public Opinion, Elections and Media
Politics in the Media, by Dr. Scott L. Althaus, University of Illinois
Campaigning to Win, by Dr. Scott L. Althaus, University of Illinois
Public Opinion in the Public Sphere, by Dr. Scott L. Althaus, University of Illinois
Parties and Interest Groups, Dr. Kevin den Dulk, Grand Valley State University
Public Policy
Introduction to Public Policy, by Dr. Stephen M. King, Southeastern University
Senior Seminar
Senior Seminar in Political Science, Dr. Mark David Hall, George Fox University

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