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  • International Relations General Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    designate Courses used to satisfy requirements in other fields may not be used to satisfy International Relations requirements Requirements for the PhD Completion of at least five courses distributed as follows A Pol S 521 International Relations Core 5 credits B Additional Required Courses Pol S 522 International Political Economy 5 credits Pol S 524 International Security 5 credits C Two additional courses drawn from the course list below or a course approved by petition D Completion of three courses including the Core Course is the requirement before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction International Relations Course List Pol S 525 International Law Policy 5 credits Pol S 527 Special Topics in International Relations Research 5 credits max 15 Pol S 534 International Affairs 3 credits Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students TA and Funding Eligibility Renewals Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Course Catalog Time Schedule Projected Courses Certificate in Advanced Political Studies and Research Courses International

    Original URL path: http://www.polisci.washington.edu/international-relations-general-field (2015-10-16)
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  • Political Theory General Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Provided the course content is different Pol S 509 may be repeated once and may be counted toward the total course requirement E Four additional reading fields from the PT reading fields In total three fields must be drawn from the Historical List and three from the Contemporary List Note Given the diversity of the field the faculty recognizes that the requirement of three historical reading fields may not be appropriate for all Ph D students e g some of those interested in formal theory Students wishing to propose the substitution of other competencies for the historical reading fields may petition via their field supervisor for the approval of such a substitution Political Theory Course List Pol S 511 Seminar in Ethical and Political Theory 5 credits Pol S 513 Issues in Feminist Theory 5 credits Pol S 514 Selected Topics in Political Theory 5 credits Pol S 517 Marxism and Critical Theory 5 credits Reading Field List Reading fields describe the specific areas in which students choose to demonstrate competence Declaring a reading field commits the student to be examined in that field during the field examination Students may gain this competence by individual reading or through a combination of courses and work on reading lists in coordination with a faculty sponsor Relevant not required courses are indicated for each reading subfield The 300 level courses covering the history of western political thought do not themselves count for graduate credit but rather indicate the literatures we expect students to have covered A Historical Reading Fields History of Western Political Thought Ancient Political Thought Pol S 308 Early Modern Political Thought Pol S 309 Modern Political Thought Pol S 310 B Contemporary Reading Fields Democratic Theory Democratic Theory Pol S 412 Contemporary Political Theory Pol S 413 Economic Theories of Politics Undergraduate Seminar in Political Economy Pol S 409 Economic Theories of Politics Pol S 583 Ethics and Politics Special Topics in Political Theory Pol S 301 The Individual and the State Pol S 311 Advanced Special Topics in Political Theory Pol S 401 Contemporary Political Theory Pol S 413 Ethical Political Theory Pol S 511 Selected Topics in Political Theory Pol S 514 Feminist Theory Advanced Special Topics in Political Theory Pol S 401 Feminist Theory Pol S 513 Special Topics in Political Theory Pol S 514 Marxism and Critical Theory Marxism and Critical Theory Pol S 517 Theories of the State The Individual and the State Pol S 311 Theories of the State Pol S 411 Nationalism and Political Theory Pol S 512 Postmodern Theory Political Theory Pol S 509 Political Culture Pol S 576 Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students

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  • Minority and Race Politics - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    requirements Requirements are distributed as follows A Four seminars total Two seminars must be completed before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction B At least one seminar from the Division A list and at least one seminar from the Division B list Students may petition other courses to fulfill the requirements Minority and Race Politics Course Lists 1 Division A Race Theory at least one course Pol S 570 The American Racial State 5 credits Pol S Critical Race Theory 5 credits Pol S African American Political Thought 5 Pol S Race and Social Construction of American Citizenship 5 credits 2 Division B Minority Group Politics at least one course Pol S Urban and Regional Politics 5 credits Pol S Minority Political Behavior and Electoral Politics 5 credits Pol S 555 Race and Racism in Contemporary Politics Pol S 555 The Politics of Immigration 5 credits Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students TA and Funding Eligibility Renewals Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers Graduate School Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements Office Policies Student Guide Placement

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  • Political Communication - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    and Foreign Policy 5 credits COM 562 International Communication Systems 5 credits COM 565 Mass Media Structure 5 credits COM 567 Gender Race and Communication 5 credits COM 577 Communication in Small Groups 5 credits PB AF 581 Information Technology and the Policy Making Process 3 credits PB AF 582 News Media and Public Policy 3 credits TC 420 Introduction to Technology as a Social Political Phenomenon 5 credits TC 525 Assessing Communication Technologies 3 credits Political Science Courses POL S 553 Public Opinion 5 credits POL S 576 Political Culture 5 credits POL S 590 Seminar in Political Behavior 5 credits max 10 credits May be counted twice if different course content Methodology Course List Qualitative Methodology Courses ANTH 456 Contemporary Ethnography 5 credits COM 511 Content Analysis 5 credits COM 513 Fieldwork Research Methods 5 credits COM 515 Rhetorical Criticism 5 credits COM 584 Ways of Speaking 5 credits EDC I 578 Qualitative Methods of Educational Research 5 credits HIST 598 Methods of Historical Research 5 credits SOC 555 Methods in Macro Comparative and Historical Sociology 3 credits TC 425 Technology Assessment 5 credits TC 516 Research Methods in Technical Communication 3 credits WOMEN 503 Feminist Research and Methods of Inquiry 5 credits Quantitative Methodology Courses BIOST 511 Medical Biometry I 4 credits BIOST 515 Biostatistics II 4 credits BIOST 533 Classical Theory of Linear Models 3 credits ECON 482 Econometric Methods 5 credits ECON 483 Applied Econometric Modeling 5 credits ECON 580 Econometrics I 4 credits ECON 583 Econometric theory I 3 credits ECON 585 Applied Microeconometrics 3 credits EDPSY 490 Basic Educational Statistics 3 credits EDPSY 495 Introduction to Educational Measurement 3 credits corrected from 492 EDPSY 575 Structural Equation Models 3 credits EDPSY 576 Hierarchical Linear Models 3 credits EDPSY 592 Advanced Educational Measurement 3 credits EDPSY 593 Experimental Design and Analysis 5 credits EDPSY 594 Advanced Correlational Techniques 5 credits EDPSY 595 Item Response Theory 3 credits GEOG 526 Advanced Quantitative Methods in Geography Withers 4 credits PB AF 527 Quantitative Analysis Quantitative Analysis for Public Managers 3 credits PB AF 528 Quantitative Analysis Quantitative Analysis for Public Managers 3 credits PB AF 529 Quantitative Applications in Public Affairs 3 credits QERM 550 Ecological Modeling and Spatial Analysis 5 credits SOC 424 Basic Applied Statistics 3 credits SOC 425 Applied Statistics 3 credits SOC 426 Methodology Quantitative Techniques in Sociology 3 credits SOC 526 Log linear and Logistic Regression Models 3 credits SOC 528 Seminar on Selected Statistical Problems in Social Research 3 credits SOC 536 Causal Approach to Theory Building and Data Analysis 3 credits SOCWL 587 Fundamentals of Social Work Statistics I 4 credits SOCWL 588 Fundamentals of Social Work Statistics II 4 credits STAT 421 Applied Statistics and Experimental Design 4 credits STAT 423 Applied Regression and Analysis of Variance 4 credits STAT 427 Introduction to Analysis of Categorical Data 4 credits STAT 428 Multivariate Analysis for the Social Sciences 4 credits STAT 512 Statistical Inference 4 credits STAT 533 Classical

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  • Political Economy - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    as follows A Political Economy Required Foundation Courses Pol S 583 Economic Theories of Politics 5 credits Pol S 522 International Political Economy 5 credits Pol S 584 Comparative Political Economy 5 Credits B Two additional courses from the specialized seminars list OR one specialized seminar and one course which has been approved by petition C Completion of three courses is the minimum requirement before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction These may include Two Foundation courses and one specialized seminar OR one Foundation course and two specialized seminars Specialized Course List Pol S 582 Institutional Analysis 5 credits Pol S 586 Topics in International Political Economy 5 max 10 Pol S 588 Special Topics in Comparative Political Economy 5 max 10 credits Pol S 589 Special Topics in Political Economy 3 5 max 10 credits Possible Alternate Course List Econ 403 The Economics of Property Rights 5 credits Pol S 409 Undergraduate Seminar in Political Economy 5 credits Pol S 447 Comparative Politics Seminar 5 credits Pol S 538 Government and Politics in the Middle East and North Africa 5 credits Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students TA and Funding Eligibility Renewals Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate

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  • Political Methodology - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    Advanced Political Research Design and Analysis 5 credits Pol S 503 Advanced Quantitative Political Methodology 5 credits One Course from a list of Qualitative and Mixed Method Courses B Completion of A four courses is required before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction C Four additional courses from the Political Methodology list Qualitative and Mixed Method List These courses have been approved and new courses may be added Additions must be approved by the Graduate Program Coordinator and the Methods Field Coordinator If you wish to approve a course not currently on the list please apply before the relevant quarter begins and before you register for the course Soc 555 Methods in Macro Comparative and Historical Sociology Pol S 502 Qualitative Research Methods 5 credits Pol S 504 Multi Method Field Research Geog 525 Advanced Qualitative Methods in Geography Com 511 Content Analysis Com 513 Fieldwork Research Methods Com 518 Cultural Studies Methods Com 519 Visual Cultural Studies Methods Com 528 Designing Internet Resesarch GWSS 503 Feminist Research and Methods of Inquiry Political Methodology List Any 500 level class taught through the Center for Statistics and the Social Sciences with the exception of CS SS 590 as well as the Economics and Sociology classes listed below Additional courses will be approved on an ad hoc basis Submit a petition for course review course description and syllabus if available to the Political Methodology Field Coordinator The course will be evaluated for inclusion in the Political Methodology Course List In cases where the course is applicable to the student but not to the program in general the course will be approved only for the student who submitted the petition Courses offered through the Department of Statistics will typically be approved CS SS 536 Log Linear Modeling and Logistic Regression for the Social Sciences CS SS 560 Hierarchical Modeling for the Social Sciences CS SS 564 Bayesian Statistics for the Social Sciences CS SS 565 Inequality Current Trends and Explanations CS SS 566 Causal Modeling CS SS 567 Statistical Analysis of Social Networks CS SS 594 Special Topics in Social Science and Statistics CS SS 600 Independent Study or Research SOC 525 529 Courses in the Sociological Methods Sequence ECON 516 Introduction to Noncooperative Game Theory ECON 580 585 Courses in the Econometrics Sequence Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students TA and Funding Eligibility Renewals Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What

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  • Public Law - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    other fields may not be used to satisfy Public Law requirements Requirements for the PhD Completion of at least three courses distributed as follows A Pol S 561 Law and Politics 5 credits B One course selected from the Public Law list C Completion of A B are required before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction D One additional course from the Public Law list Note The comprehensive written examination will be based on but will extend beyond the specific courses listed above Specifically students will be examined in Constitutional Law and Judicial Process and may choose to be examined in such areas of special interest as criminal justice bureaucratic justice legal theory etc Public Law Course List Pol S 562 Law Politics and Social Control 5 credits Pol S 563 Supreme Court in American Politics 5 credits Pol S 564 Law and the Politics of Social Change 5 credits Pol S 566 Problems in Comparative Legal Institutions 3 credits Share Print PDF Programs Courses Undergraduate Graduate Program Overview Admissions Courses Funding Requirements American Politics Comparative Politics International Relations Political Theory Minority and Race Politics Political Communication Political Economy Political Methodology Public Law Public Policy Processes Office Policies Student Guide Student Advising Research Methods Language Competency Field Structures Master s Requirements Doctoral Program Satisfactory Progress Continuous Enrollment Status Registration Travel for Graduate Students TA and Funding Eligibility Renewals Placement Record Resources Visiting Students Courses Study Abroad Summer Study Support Political Science Stay Connected Newsletter Sign up News Feed Alumni Update Advising Blog Main Menu People Faculty Adjuncts Staff Graduate Students Alumni Distinguished Alumni Alumni Notes Where are you Hire a UW Ph D Programs Courses Undergraduate What is Political Science Advising Major Minor Honors Internships Research Independent Study Scholarships Awards Transfer Students Writing Center Organizations for Students Careers

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  • Public Policy Processes - Specialized Field | Department of Political Science | University of Washington
    substantive public policy offerings among such UW programs as IES IMS forestry urban planning communications and to a limited extent the social sciences Comparative Public Policy Comparative public policy is a fairly undeveloped set of perspectives that typically shows up as a course or two within broader offerings in political science departments In principle comparative public policy applies the logic of comparative analysis to the substance of different policy problems Current writing and analysis tend to emphasize cross national comparisons There is a defunct literature of comparative state policy studies concerning policy outputs and a newly emerging literature of comparative policy work among the American states In practice much of the work in cross national comparative public policy consists of descriptions of policies with little theoretical or analytic underpinnings as followed in different countries Public Policy Processes Public Policy Processes consists of research on the formulation and implementation of public policy usually limited to the American context emphasizing national domestic policy Using perspectives of American politics individuals studying public policy processes address such topics as issue emergence and policy agendas the cultural definition of policy problems policy formulation political feasibility and policy implementation Much of this literature has emerged within the past twenty years with implementation studies being a burgeoning topic until recent years Scholarly attention is now shifting to agenda setting the formulation of policies and policy design The policy process literature can be distinguished from other flavors of public policy as follows Unlike policy analysis it does not emphasize the craft aspects of constructing and analyzing policies Unlike policy research it does not emphasize problem solving And unlike comparative public policy it tends to be limited to American settings although in principle good comparative work would make sense Requirements for the PhD Completion of at least four courses distributed as follows A Pol S 575 Public Policy Processes B One course from the Public Policy Processes course list OR one course concerning policy research comparative public policy or foreign policy decision making not including 600 level reading courses to be approved by the field supervisor on the student s committee C Completion of A B are required before the defense of the Masters Essay of Distinction D At least one of the following two courses Pol S 470 Public Bureaucracies in American Political Order 5 credits Pol S 593 Theories of Decision Making 5 credits E At least one additional course from the Public Policy course list OR at most one course concerning policy research comparative public policy or foreign policy decision making not including 600 level reading courses to be approved by the field supervisor on the student s committee Public Policy Course List Pol S 470 Public Bureaucracies in the American Political Order 5 credits Pol S 553 Public Opinion 5 credits Pol S 573 Topics in Public Policy 5 credits Pol S 574 Environmental Regulatory Policy 5 credits Pol S 578 Health Politics and Policy 5 credits Pol S 593 Theories of Decision Making 5

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