Justice Seminar Syllabus
A typical syllabus for the Justice Seminar can be found here
The Colloquium for Spring, 2022, which carries the course number PPE 43101-01, will be offered by Professor David' O'Connor of the Philosophy Department. It will meetTuesdays in the 3:30-4:45 time-slot. PPE students who are writing senior theses may sign up for a colloquium taught by Professor Weithman. That colloquium, which carries the course number PPE 43101-02, will meet at a time to be determined by the participants.
PPE Approved Electives for Spring, 2022
All 30000- , 40000-, and 60000-level ECON courses
There are some seats for PPE students who are not Economics majors in ECON 30532: Economics of Housing and ECON 30365: Money, Banking, and Mortgage Markets. The instructors of these classes will allow PPE students into the class who have not taken "Principles of Macro", but they must have had "Principles of Micro". For more information, contact Professor Spence, the Economics DUS.
Courses in the Economics Family in the Political Science Department are:
- POLS 30265: Political Economy of Defense and War
- POLS 30266: Political Economy of Globalization
- POLS 30595: International Development in Practice
All 30000- and 40000-level PHIL courses
Political Science Family
All 30000-, 40000-, and 50000-level POLS courses