POLC65H3 Political Strategy

This course focuses on analyzing and influencing individual and collective choices of political actors to understand effective strategies for bringing about policy changes. We will draw on the psychology of persuasion and decision-making, as well as literature on political decision-making and institutions, emphasizing contemporary issues. During election years in North America, special attention will be paid to campaign strategy. There may be a service-learning requirement.
Area of Focus: Public Policy

Prerequisite: 

At least 4.0 credits in POL courses

Breadth Requirements: 
Social & Behavioural Sciences