Brandon Seitzler


Associate Professor of Political Science & Economics; Program Director of B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, & Economics; Director of the Criswell PPE Institute
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Dr. Brandon Seitzler, Associate Professor of Political Science and Economics, Program Director of B.A. in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics, and Director of the Criswell PPE Institute
Brandon Seitzler 214.818.1309
  • 2015 Ph.D. (Public Policy & Political Economy), University of Texas at Dallas. Dissertation: “National and Religious Identity and Political Culture: Southern Baptist Missionaries in Brazil.”
  • 2011 M.S. (International Political Economy), University of Texas at Dallas. Emphasis: International Development; Latin America.
  • 2007 B.A. (Interdisciplinary Studies), University of Texas at Dallas. Emphasis: Latin American Studies.
  • Game Theory; in, Teaching Free Enterprise in Texas. Published by the SMU O’Neil
    Center for Global Markets and Freedom. 2019.
  • International Monetary System; in, Teaching Free Enterprise in Texas. Published by the SMU O’Neil Center for Global Markets and Freedom. 2019.
    • American Political Science Association
    • International Studies Association
    • American Economic Association
    • Society for Historians of American Foreign Relations
  • Government of the U.S.
  • State and Local Government.
  • Constitution of the U.S.
  • Politics and Law in Western Civilization.
  • American Culture – Politics and Religion in the U.S.
  • Political Economy.
  • Principles of Microeconomics.
  • Principles of Macroeconomics.
  • Intermediate Microeconomics.
  • Elementary Statistics.
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