Sign Up for Model UN Spring 2012 Class: POL303C

Registration for Spring 2012 New York City Campus classes at Pace University begins November 14, 2011, offering the opportunity to sign up for next semester’s Model UN class. Held Mondays 2.30-5.15pm, Model UN is listed in Schedule Explorer under the Political Science department as POL303C Politics Workshop: United Nations, Course Reference Number 20262. It will be taught by Dr. Matthew Bolton along with the Model UN Head Delegates. Note that the class has moved from the timeslot it held this semester to earlier on Monday afternoon. Model UN can count toward both the Political Science major,  and the minors in Political Science and Peace and Justice Studies. The course has a prerequisite requirement of POL114 Introduction to International Relations, or instructor’s approval.

As you are selecting your other classes, have a look at our list of Spring 2012 classes likely to be of interest to Model UN students. Also consider choosing a mix of your classes that further’s your vocational vision — click here for more information about the kind of careers which interest many Model UN students.

For more about Model UN at Pace, click here. For more about the class requirements, click here. You may also take Model UN as a club. If you have specific concerns or questions, contact Dr. Matthew Bolton at mbolton@pace.edu or (212) 346 1828.

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About Matthew Bolton

I am assistant professor of Political Science at Pace University and author of Foreign Aid and Landmine Clearance.
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