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(POSC 364) Strategic Logic of International Interaction

Examines the practices, theories, and culture surrounding conflict bargaining and management.

Credit Hours 3.0 Lecture
Prerequisites None
Offered Spring
Programs International Relations Minor, Political Science Minor, Political Science (BA), International Development Minor

Course Learning Outcomes

This course will offer a survey of the language and theory of a specific approach to understanding non-cooperative bargaining situations. Students will have the opportunity to study both theory and detailed cases studies, gaining practice at applying theory (including formal theory) to real-world situations. Students will also have the opportunity to work on critical thinking skills in written work, discussions, and in-class simulation exercises.