Political Science Courses:
First-year students are invited to take any of the introductory courses in Political Science, either at the 1000-level or one of the selected courses at the 3000-level. For information, follow the link in the right margin.
The First-year Class Dean traditionally arranges with Barnard instructors to reserve a percentage of the slots in their fall semester introductory classes for incoming first-year Barnard students. Please note that space is reserved only for fall courses, because students will be on campus for advance program-filing for the spring semester. Current courses are listed in the Barnard Course Catalogue.
- UN1601 Intro to International Politics
- UN1501 Intro to Comparative Politics
- UN 1013 Intro to Political Theory
- UN 1201 Intro to American Politics
Upper-level Barnard Courses Open to First-Years
- UN3103 Great Black Political Thinkers, Michelle Smith
- UN3401 Democracy and Dictatorships in Europe, Sheri Berman
- BC3025 American Political Parties, Katherine Krimmel
- UN3565 Drugs& Politcs in the Americas, Eduaro Moncada
First-Year Seminars taught by Political Science Faculty:
These courses are not all offered each year. Please check the Barnard Catalogue First-Year Seminar section.
- FYSB BC 1287 Experiences of Warfare, Kimberly Marten
- FYSB BC 1289 Violence and Justice, Ayten Gündoğdu
- FYSB BC 1295 Equality between the Sexes, Claire Ulmann
- FYSB BC 1298 The American Middle Class, Michelle-Renée Smith
Updated January 15, 2015, by Anne Wolff-Lawson.