POLS 442 Latin American Politics
Advanced research course focusing on problems relating to the consolidation of democracy in contemporary Latin America. Topics may include political parties and elections, economic policy, mass media, social movements, and political violence. Case studies are drawn largely from continental South America.
Applicants are accepted under the general regulations of the School of Graduate Studies. Applicants to the M.A. program must have a 4-year undergraduate degree in political science or equivalent with a minimum B+ average; applicants to the Ph.D. must have an M.A. in political science or equivalent with an A- average.
Not all courses listed below will be offered in any one year. Early in the summer, the Department publishes a list of courses offered in the coming year, as well as other changes that are made after the publication of the Calendar. Please see our Department of Political Studies website for the latest information. Courses marked † are offered jointly with a 400-level (fourth-year under-graduate) course.
...3.0, POLS 320 /3.0, POLS 347...318 , GPHY 368 , GPHY 442, HLTH 230 , PHAR...