Sponsored Classes

The Hinckley Institute of Politics proudly offers several academic courses that are open to undergraduate students of all majors:

Campaign Management (HNKLY 3160) – Fall semester only, cross-listed with POLS 3160
This course is designed to introduce students to the management of political and public affairs campaigns through lectures, guest speakers, and active participation in a campaign. Students can also receive internship credit for their campaign work by registering for a local internship (HNKLY 4900).

Political Forum Series (HNKLY 3910) – Fall and spring semesters, cross-listed with POLS 3910
This writing-intensive course exposes students to diverse perspectives on current events and political and social issues. Students attend a variety of Hinckley Forums featuring academics, policymakers, diplomats, authors, and other public officials. The course additionally hones students’ public speaking prowess.

Global Community Based Research (HNKLY 4100) – Fall and spring semesters, cross-listed with SW 4100
This course is designed to help students develop needed skills for program development, assessment, research, and impact analysis in developing country settings.

Senator Bob Bennett Seminar (HNKLY 4904) – Fall 2013, Spring 2014
The celebrated Utah Senator and Hinckley Resident Scholar is instructing an intimate, 20-student course focused on domestic policy. Student research is contributing to Senator Bennett’s upcoming book. Due to the competitive nature of this symposium, you must apply for entry. Please email a resume and cover letter to Ellesse S. Balli.

Ambassador John Price Think Tank (HNKLY 4905) – Fall 2013, Spring 2014
This course is taught by the Hinckley Institute’s Resident Scholar John Price, who served as the Ambassador to the Republic of Mauritius, the Republic of Seychelles, and the Union of Comoros from 2002-2005. This think tank is reserved for a select group of students and focuses on foreign policy as it relates to Africa and the Arabian Peninsula. Due to the competitive nature of this symposium, you must apply for entry. Please email a resume and cover letter to Ellesse S. Balli.

 

 

We are now accepting applications for Fall 2014 semester internships. Apply now.