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Government Courses
Course # Course Title
GOVT 016:Comparative Politics
GOVT 017:International Relations
GOVT 085:American Government
GOVT 087:Political Economy
GOVT 090:American Foreign Policy
GOVT 101:Organizational Theory
GOVT 102:Administrative Behavior
GOVT 115:The American Presidency
GOVT 116:Court Systems of the San Francisco Metropolitan Area
GOVT 118:Science, Technology, and Public Policy
GOVT 121:The Public Policy-Making Process
GOVT 127:Empires and Imperialism
GOVT 130:Regime Change
GOVT 132:Theories of International Relations
GOVT 137:Middle East Politics
GOVT 138:International Relations of the Middle East
GOVT 139:Ethical Reasoning in Politics and Public Policy
GOVT 141:States and Nations
GOVT 142:African Politics
GOVT 148:Model United Nations
GOVT 149:International Organizations
GOVT 180:Special Topics in Government
GOVT 183:Advanced Seminar in Government
GOVT 191:Senior Seminar
GOVT 221:The Public Policy-Making Process
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