Teaching
Online Political Science Syllabi

Among the most important resources available for teachers online are course syllabi. Over the past several years the number of syllabi made available via the web has grown tremendously. The syllabi listed below have been reviewed by members of the committee on teaching and learning, faculty volunteers and APSA staff. Syllabi linked to this database are not endorsed by APSA; they are made available to readers simply as an example of syllabi accessible online.

If you would like to submit your online syllabi for review and possible linkage to this database, please contact [email protected].  

ONLINE SYLLABI COLLECTIONS

INTRODUCTION TO POLITICAL SCIENCE

AMERICAN POLITICS

 

INEQUALITY AND AMERICAN DEMOCRACY

The APSA Task Force on Inequality and American Democracy produced teaching materials on teaching about inequality and American democracy, including a course outline and syllabus.

COMPARATIVE POLITICS

GENDER, SEXUALITY, AND AMERICAN POLITICS 

INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS

U.S. Foreign Policy

LAW

NON-US AREA STUDIES

  • European Politics and Society Syllabus Bank
    As part of an effort to provide greater services to APSA members, standing groups and organized sections were invited to collect model syllabi which APSA members could use when preparing to teach their own courses.  Since 2001, the European Politics and Society Organized Section has maintained a bank of syllabi on various aspects of European policy, to serve as a resource to members of the section and to the larger community of scholars and teachers in the field.

POLITICAL ECONOMY

POLITICAL THEORY

POLITICAL VIOLENCE AND TERRORISM

PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION & POLICY

RACE, ETHNICITY, AND POLITICS

APSA Race, Ethnicity, and Politics Organized Section Resources

RESEARCH METHODS

SERVICE LEARNING

URBAN STUDIES

WOMEN AND POLITICS

OTHER TOPICS IN POLITICAL SCIENCE

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