ETH202x is about the Ethics of War in three main perspectives. When if ever, is it right to resort to war? What restraints should be put in place during the conduct of war? and How should the war end in relation to peace and justice?
- Teacher: Steve Nduto
By the end of this course the student will be able to:
Describe the three main concerns of political science: political philosophy and ethics, empirical and behavioral political science, and public policy.
Explain the theories of governance structures and decision making.
Classify government and political systems
Assess the impact of political socialization on political participation and decision making processes.
Evaluate the role of interest groups and political parties in political decision making.
- Teacher: Esther Kibe