Recommended for First-Years
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
UN1101 Intro to Political Theory
UN1201 Intro to American Politics
Upper-level Barnard Courses Open to First-Years
UN3401 Democracy and Dictatorship in Europe, Sheri Berman
BC3025 American Political Parties, Katherine Krimmel
BC3605 The Global Politics of Climate Change, Kimberly Marten