Andrew Oros

Courses

Fall 2017

  • INT 491: International Studies Seminar

 Spring 2018 (to be confirmed)

  • POL 345: Comparative Government—East Asia
Courses I Regularly Teach at Washington College:
  • Introduction to World Politics (POL 104)
  • American Foreign Policy (POL 380)
  • Comparative Government: East Asia
  • Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy (POL 346)
  • Chinese Politics and Foreign Policy (POL 347)
  • The International Relations of East Asia (POL 384)
  • International Studies Seminar (INT 491)

Other Courses Previously Taught at Washington College:

  • Introduction to Political Science
  • Introduction to Political Science (honors)
  • Comparative Politics: East Asia
  • Comparative Politics: Europe
  • Seminar on Democracy in Asia
  • International Political Economy
  • Model Diplomacy (2 credits)
  • Model United Nations (2 credits)

Courses Previously Taught Elsewhere:

  • Japanese Politics, spring 2015 — Columbia University
  • East Asia and Japan’s National Security, summer 2011 - Aoyama Gakuin University (Tokyo)
  • Japanese Politics and Foreign Policy, spring 2002 - George Washington University
  • Introduction to Comparative Politics, spring 2001 - American University
  • Conceptual Foundations of International Politics, fall 1999 - Columbia University