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Go to Table of Contents Political Science course, students write and present a senior thesis to demonstrate their achievement of the goals of the major program. Student achievement is evaluated by the capstone instructor and their presentations are open to all Political Science department faculty.

POLSC1401 POLSC1501 POLSC2701

POLSC4100

Requirements for Departmental Major POLSC1201 POLSC1301

POLSC1401 POLSC1501

POLSC4100

Five additional Political Science courses exclusive of internships or directed studies. At least two electives must be at the 3000-level. It is recommended that Political Science majors take the following course outside the department: ECON1103

Principles of Macroeconomics

Five additional Political Science courses, chosen from the list below, exclusive of internships or directed studies. At least two electives must be at the 3000-level. POLSC2203 POLSC2207 POLSC2211 POLSC2232 POLSC2225 POLSC2228 POLSC2229 POLSC2401 POLSC2602 POLSC2603 POLSC3160 POLSC3201

POLSC3202 POLSC3209 POLSC3607

Requirements for Departmental Major, American Politics & Government Concentration POLSC1201 POLSC1301

Introduction to American Politics and Government Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics

Introduction to International Relations Political Theory Research Methods in Political Science (Sophomore Year) Senior Seminar

Political Socialization Politics and the Media Campaign Strategies and Electoral Politics Political Parties and Interest Groups The Sixties State and Local Government Public Administration American Foreign Policy Introduction to Law and the Judicial System Problems of Law and Society American Political Thought Public Policy, Congress, and the Legislative Process The American President Public Policy, the Law, and Psychology Constitutional Law

Requirements for Departmental Major, International Relations & Comparative Politics Concentration POLSC1201

Introduction to American Politics and Government

2012-2013 Academic Catalog

Programs of Study for Liberal Arts and Sciences

POLSC2701

Introduction to American Politics and Government Introduction to Comparative Government and Politics Introduction to International Relations Political Theory (to be taken prior to senior year) Research Methods in Political Science (Sophomore Year) Senior Seminar

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