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2013-2014 Undergraduate Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Political Science (B.A., B.S.)


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Political Science, B.A./B.S.


The Political Science program is designed for students who want to work in campaigns and government; teach government and history in high school; or who want a traditional liberal arts major which prepares them to think critically and enter a wide variety of business and other nongovernmental organizations. Our majors are also prepared for law school and graduate school. A minor is required. Courses cannot be counted in both the major and minor. A departmental exit exam is required the last semester before graduation.

  Credit Hours
General Education (see TBR Common Core )
University-Wide Freshman Seminar Requirement
41
1

Specific General Education Requirements


Upper Division Major Requirements: 6 Credit Hours


Major Electives: 18 Credit Hours


Professional Courses


These courses are offered for the advanced political science major and are available with permission of the instructor. POLS 4540 , POLS 455A , POLS 455B , POLS 455C  do not count toward the major.

Legal Studies Concentration


This concentration is recommended for students who wish to have careers as paralegals.

Note


Select 9 additional upper division hours, excluding POLS 4540  and above except by permission of the chair. No minor is required. A departmental exit exam is taken during the last semester before graduation.

Courses below will not be options for the Constitutional Law I or II and will be considered upper division electives:

POLS 4300 - Judicial Politics and Behavior  3

POLS 4370 - Juvenile Law  3

POLS 4380 - Constitutional Analysis  3

 

 

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