Courses
Prof. Richard W. Chadwick


Spring, 2007
Pols. 390(section 1) Political Inquiry and Analysis, course max: 40 students
Pols. 651 Political Leadership, course max: 15 students
Fall, 2006*
Pols. 315 Global Politics/International Relations
Pols. 382 Political Leadership
Pols. 401 Teaching Political Science. (Enrollment restricted; permission of instructor required.
    Students taking my section become interns assisting with my section of Pols. 315.)
Pols. 730 International Relations Seminar: Globalization, Global Modeling and Global Futures: How Globalization Is Changing the Form and Substance of Political Decision Making
*Our Dept. policy is that each faculty member teach a semester of entirely undergraduate classes once every three semesters. I have chosen to teach Pols. 730 in addition since otherwise no international seminar would be offered.


Spring, 2006
Pols. 315: Global Politics/International Relations
Pols. 401 Teaching Political Science (Enrollment restricted; permission of instructor required.
   Students taking my section become interns assisting with my section of Pols. 315.)
Pols. 630: International Relations



Fall, 2005
Pols. 315: Global Politics/International Relations
Pols. 401 Teaching Political Science (Enrollment restricted; permission of instructor required.
   Students taking my section become interns assisting with my section of Pols. 315.)
Pols. 651: Political Leadership

© 2005 Richard W. Chadwick
I created this page January 2, 2003 and last updated it December 17, 2005.
Students: email me at world@hawaii.edu
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