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In this course, students form groups that conduct a political and economic analysis of a public policy issue of their choosing. They do extensive reading, conduct interviews in Washington, D.C. (during spring recess), write a major report on their findings and recommendations, and present and defend their findings in a public talk. Students visit Washington, D.C. Sunday night through Wednesday of the first week of spring vacation to conduct interviews relating to their group projects. This is a course requirement.
Format: seminar; student presentations
Grading: no pass/fail option,
no fifth course option
group policy projects including an 80- to 100-page paper and 2-hour presentation
POEC 253 or ECON 255, POEC 250, POEC 401; open only to Political Economy majors
open only to Political Economy majors
required for the Political Economy major
EXPE Experiential Education Courses
POEC Required Courses