PS 104 (Sections 01, 02, 03)

(3 Credit Hour class)

 

Comparative Political Systems

 

Professor Debra Holzhauer

 

 

Course Description | Class Syllabus | Class Assignments | Forum | Test and Quizzes | GradeBook | DropBox | Your Account | Log Off | Southeast Missouri State University

Instructor: Dr. Debra Holzhauer
Department:
Political Science, Philosophy and Religion
Email address: dholzhauer @ semo.edu  (Note: I will respond to all emails sent to me within 48 hours unless otherwise specified.  Students must use their SE key for and include meaningful tittles with all email correspondence.)

Office Address: 211 J Carnahan Hall
Office Hours:
MWF 10-10:50 AM, 1-2 PM TTH, by appointment in my office, and by instant messaging

 

For instant messaging, I use Windows Live Messenger.  You will need to download Messenger and then add me as a contact.  

 

Office Phone: (573) 651-5137

Departmental Office Phone: (573) 651-2183

Departmental Website: http://www4.semo.edu/polisci/

 

Webpage address: http://cstl-cla.semo.edu/holzhauer/ps104/

Instructor Homepage: http://cstl-cla.semo.edu/holzhauer/

Course Meeting Time:

Section 01: MWF 9-9:50 AM

Section 02: MWF 11-11:50 AM

Section 03: MWF 1:30-2:20 PM 

 

Course Classroom:

Section 01: Carnahan 202

Section 02: Carnahan 202

Section 03: Carnahan 113

 

Syllabus:

Section 01: .docX, PDF

Section 02: .docX, PDF

Section 03: .docX, PDF

 

 

Web address for Textbook web site:

http://college.cengage.com/polisci/kesselman_et_al/comparative_politics/5e/student_home.html  (You may access this web site for free.)

 


Welcome to PS 104 Comparative Political Systems!!!!! 

 

 

Official Time Server

 

Important Class Announcements

 

January 30 -- Change in office hours for Tuesdays and Thursdays.

As of this week, my office hours for Tuesdays and Thursdays are changing.  Instead of being held from 10-10:50 AM, they will now be held from 1-2 PM.  Please make note of this change in your syllabus.

 

January 26 -- I re-uploaded revised copies of the class syllabus (both .docX and PDF files) to the class website today.  Apparently, I had included a general comment on these syllabi that the class handouts could be found in the class Forum (which is INCORRECT).  All handouts in this class can ONLY be accessed through the Class Assignments web page. 

 

Please make note of this change on your syllabus (if was downloaded from the class web site.)

 

January 4 -- Students will be able to start exploring the class web site beginning on 1/8 by 8:00:00 AM. 


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