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Course Title: Predicting Politics
Class Info:
Class Section: PSCI4307.001.15S Instruction Mode: Face-to-Face
Class Level: Undergraduate Activity Type: Lecture
Semester Credit Hours: 3 Class Number: 23502
Grading: Graded - Undergraduate Session Type: Regular Academic Session
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Status: Class Status: OPEN    Available Seats: 18    Enrolled Total: 10    Waitlist: 0
Description: PSCI 4307 - Predicting Politics (3 semester credit hours) This course covers how social scientists understand and predict political events. We will examine how to predict and explain events like riots, civil wars, intra- and inter-state conflict, terrorism, and elections. There is a growing need in the policy, human rights, and foreign policy communities for these types of forecasts for early warning systems, humanitarian aid allocation, human rights monitoring, foreign policy decision-making, and conflict mediation. The course focuses on understanding, applying, evaluating, and validating commonly used prediction methods of political events. This course will retain core notation for a transition period - see Please consult advisors for more detailed information. Prerequisites: EPPS 2301 and (EPPS 2302 or EPPS 2303). (3-0) T
Enrollment Reqs:
  • Prerequisites: EPPS 2301 and (EPPS 2302 or EPPS 2303).
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Class Location and Times

Term: 15S
Type: Regular Academic Session
Starts: January 12, 2015
Ends: May 11, 2015

January 12, 2015-May 2, 2015
Monday, Wednesday
GR 3.402A

GR Building
Floor 3 - Room 3.402A
  • Date: May 8, 2015   Time: 2:00pm-4:45pm   Location: GR 3.402A
College: School of Economic, Political and Policy Sciences
Syllabus: Syllabus for Predicting Politics (PSCI4307.001.15S)
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