2016/17

Academic Writing for Political Science Eszter Timár, Robin Bellers, Zsuzsanna Toth, Borbála Faragó 0.0
Advanced Methods: Structural Equation Modeling Levente Littvay 2.0
Anarchy and Utopia András Bozóki, Zsolt Czigányik 4.0
Applied Statistics Levente Littvay 2.0
Comparative Area Studies Matthijs Bogaards 2.0
Comparative Case Study Research Carsten Q. Schneider 2.0
Comparative European Politics Anton Pelinka 4.0
Comparative Politics András Bozóki 4.0
Concepts in Political Economy Attila Folsz 4.0
Constituent Power Nenad Dimitrijevic 4.0
Constitutionalism and Democracy Nenad Dimitrijevic 4.0
Cosmopolitanism and Global Justice Zoltan Miklosi 4.0
Democracy between Crisis and Transformation: Normative and Institutional Perspectives Nenad Dimitrijevic, Tamas Meszerics 4.0
Democracy in Divided Societies Matthijs Bogaards 2.0
Democratic Theory Janos Kis 4.0
Discourse Analysis Lea Sgier 2.0
Electoral clientelism and corruption Isabela Mares 2.0
Entertainment and Politics José Pereira 2.0
European Integration and Global Governance Diane Stone, Uwe Puetter 4.0
European Integration in Crisis? What Crises? Attila Folsz 2.0
Experimental Political Science Levente Littvay 2.0
Federal Systems: The US, the EU and India in Comparison Anton Pelinka 4.0
Foundations of Political Philosophy Zoltan Miklosi 2.0
Frontiers of Democracy: East-Central Europe in Comparison András Bozóki 2.0
Gender and Politics Lea Sgier 4.0
Graphical Modeling Tamas Rudas 2.0
Human Rights and Emerging technologies (2017/18) Judit Sandor 4.0
Internet and Politics: Political Communication in the Era of New Information and Communication Technologies Oana Lup 2.0
Introduction to Political Theory: Justice and Equality Andres Moles 4.0
Introduction to Quantitative Methods for Qualitative Researchers Levente Littvay 2.0
Introduction to Statistics Levente Littvay 2.0
Math refresher Tamas Meszerics 1.0
Methods and Research Design Erin Jenne 4.0
Multivariate Statistics Tamas Rudas 4.0
Orthodoxies and heterodoxies: changing economic policy paradigms Attila Folsz 2.0
Parties and Party Systems Zsolt Enyedi 2.0
Political Communication Oana Lup 4.0
Political Communication José Pereira 4.0
Political Economy I. Laszlo Bruszt 2.0
Political Economy I: Basics in Macroeconomics Attila Folsz 2.0
Political Economy II: Core Issues and Conceptual Frameworks in Political Economy Borbala Kovacs 4.0
Political Institutions Matthijs Bogaards, Zoltan Miklosi 4.0
Political Institutions & Democratic Performance Pedro Riera 4.0
Political Sociology and Political Economy András Bozóki, Attila Folsz 4.0
Political Theory II. Zoltan Miklosi 4.0
Populism and the future of Modern Liberal Democracy Takis Pappas 2.0
Prospectus Seminar Gabor Toka 2.0
Public Opinion and Political Participation Marta Fraile 2.0
Qualitative Data Analysis Lea Sgier 2.0
Qualitative Interviewing Lea Sgier 4.0
Religion and Party Politics in the West Zsolt Enyedi 2.0
Revolutions and Civil Wars in the Twentieth Century: a comparative analysis Julián Casanova 4.0
Roma Exclusion: The Racialization of Poverty Julia Szalai 2.0
Scope and Methods Lea Sgier 2.0
Scope and Methods: Research Design and Techniques Robert Sata 2.0
Set-Theoretic Methods Carsten Q. Schneider 2.0
Social Movements, Contentious Politics, and Democracy Béla Greskovits 4.0
States, Classes, and Industries in the International Political Economy Béla Greskovits 4.0
Survey Methodology Tamas Rudas 2.0
Terrorism: A Comparative Politics Perspective Matthijs Bogaards 2.0
Text Analysis for the Political Sciences Roel Popping 2.0
The Political Economy of Regime Change Laszlo Bruszt, Carsten Q. Schneider 4.0
The Political Economy of Welfare State Change Borbala Kovacs 2.0
Thesis Writing Workshop Robert Sata 1.0
Topics in Comparative Politics Matthijs Bogaards 4.0
U.S. Politics and Foreign Policy in the 21st century Levente Littvay, Erin Kristin Jenne 4.0
Using Big Data for Social Science Research Mihaly Fazekas 2.0
Voting Behavior Gabor Toka 4.0
War Andres Moles 2.0
Welfare States in the Current Era: Origins, Issues and Challenges Anil Duman 4.0
What is Political Science? The Study of Political Theories, Institutions and Actors Robert Sata 2.5