Political Science students should be able to:
- Differentiate among multiple political science perspectives (ideologies, theories) from a range of written or spoken genres.
- Evaluate contemporary issues in light of different research methods and theories of Comparative Politics.
- Apply International Politics theoretical frameworks to contemporary cases.
- Demonstrate the ability to outline and defend a vision of politics in areas such as justice, democracy, community, or freedom by means of persuasive writing for a specific audience.
- Critically evaluate U.S. law, policy or power dynamics.
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