This content of this course is offered in tandem with a real-time, spring-semester class at MIC, and is not ideal for learners who are not studying at the institution. Materials are only available when the course is in session, and much content is only revealed in stages.
This course introduces a variety of approaches to political science and political thinking. The course covers major political issues of contemporary societies at the local, national, and global level and introduces key concepts and themes of the major sub fields of political science.
Dr. Atsushi Yasutomi is from Japan, and received his Ph.D. from the University of Leuven. He has researched political science in Hungary, Poland, the UK and Japan in addition to Belgium. His experience centers around project management in peace, security, and conflict prevention.
Cathrine-Mette Mork is a Canadian EFL instructor with over 20 years of teaching experience. She has a Master's degree in Library & Information Science from McGill University and has certification in TESOL and Educational Technology. Her undergraduate degree was in Political Science. Read more about her here: http://morksensei.com/about