Heather Mbaye

Heather Mbaye, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Political Science

Phone: 678-839-4988 | Fax: 678-839-5009

Email:  hmbaye@westga.edu

Office: Pafford Social Science Building 330

Biography

Dr. Heather A. D. Mbaye is currently Associate Professor of Political Science at the University of West Georgia, teaching both hybrid and fully online classes.

She has taught a number of EU policy classes, as well as more traditional political science classes and an interdisciplinary class focused on Jack the Ripper which proved popular with students.

Dr. Mbaye holds a Ph.D. in Political Science with a specialty in Comparative Politics and International Relations from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, a Master of Arts from the University of Arizona, and a Bachelor degree from the University of Central Arkansas, in her home state. She has published articles in a number of top journals, including American Sociological Review, European Union Politics, and Regional and Federal Studies.


Courses and Sections

  • Courses Taught
    • CRIM-4280 (EU Law & Legal Systems)    
    • CRIM-5280 (EU Law & Legal System)    
    • POLS-1101 (American Government)    
    • POLS-3402 (Politics of Western Europe)    
    • POLS-4406 (British Politics)    
    • POLS-4504 (International Political Econmy)    
    • POLS-4509 (EU Law & Legal Systems)    
    • POLS-4984 (Senior Seminar)    
    • POLS-5509 (EU Law & Legal Systems)    
    • UWG-1101 (First Year Univ. Experience)    
  • Fall 2015 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: 21
    • UWG-1101 (First Year Univ. Experience) Section: 36
    • POLS-3402 (Politics of Western Europe) Section: E01
    • POLS-4984 (Senior Seminar) Section: E01
  • Summer 2015 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: E01
    • CRIM-4280 (EU Law & Legal Systems) Section: E02
    • POLS-4509 (EU Law & Legal Systems) Section: E01
    • CRIM-5280 (EU Law & Legal System) Section: E01
    • POLS-5509 (EU Law & Legal Systems) Section: E01
  • Spring 2015 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: 12
    • POLS-4406 (British Politics) Section: E01
    • POLS-4504 (International Political Econmy) Section: E01
  • Fall 2014 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: N01
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: 09
    • UWG-1101 (First Year Univ. Experience) Section: 36
    • UWG-1101 (First Year Univ. Experience) Section: 37
  • Summer 2014 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: N02
  • Spring 2014 Sections
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: N01
    • POLS-1101 (American Government) Section: N02
    • POLS-4984 (Senior Seminar) Section: 01D