Civic Education and Engagement 12 Comparative Politics 13 The effect of political culture and institutions in different political systems around the world, how political processes and structures vary across counties, and the historical development of these processes and structures. Environmental Politics 3 General 27 Human Rights 18 International Relations 12 Political relations between nation-states including international history and politics, security, diplomacy, foreign policy, conflict, intelligence, and terrorism. Methodology 10 Research methods, qualitative and quantitative analysis, and formal theory as they relate to political science research. Political Identities 2 Political Psychology 2 Political Theory 2 Politics of Gender 3 Philosophical conceptions of appropriate standards for political decision making, including the genealogy of political ideas, democratic theory, legitimacy, identity, ethics, and social justice. Politics of Sexuality 1 LGBTQIA+ politics, policies, and political movements. Public Administration 1 Bureaucracy and organizational behavior, governmental decision making, urban politics, state politics, and federalism and intergovernmental relations. Public Law and Courts 5 How legal systems influence and are influenced by politics and society, constitutional law and theory, criminal justice, judicial politics, the Supreme Court, public law, and international law. Public Opinion and Voting Behavior 8 Political behavior, political parties and organizations, electoral behavior and systems, public opinion, representation, political psychology, and political communication. Public Policy 9 The substance of policies including social, economic, and environmental policies, the procedures of policy making, and the relationship between political processes and policy outcomes. Race, Ethnicity and Politics 13 Ethnic and racial politics and how race operates in political institutions, norms, and policies. Research skills and information literacy 12 Social Justice 2 State and Local Politics 5 U.S Government and Politics 28 Politics and national institutions in the United States including the presidency, Congress, parties, voting, and policy processes.