PSC 346 American Foreign Policy
This course seeks to answer the questions of who makes American foreign policy, and what are the most important sources of and influences on it. The course focuses on the features and processes of American foreign policy making and the actors, influences, and issues involved in it. The goal of this course is to provide the student with the historical, institutional, procedural, and theoretical frameworks to understand how American foreign policy is made. Counts as an advanced course in International relations or American Politics. This course is offered in the fall semester of 2012.
Prerequisite: PSC 111 or 242.