Political Science General Emphasis Minor
This program to be placed on moratorium Fall 2020—no new students enrolling in this program.
Courses offered are oriented toward:
- preparing the student for citizenship roles in community and national affairs and providing a coherent knowledge of political and government activities;
- assisting the student to secure a broad liberal arts and sciences education;
- providing undergraduate preparation for those students who propose to study at the graduate level;
- offering general training for students who plan careers in government and public affairs;
- preparing students for careers in secondary teaching;
- providing a sound background for those students who intend to enroll in law and other professional schools;
- providing a useful background for students who wish to work in management and staff positions in business and industry which have relationships with the public sector, including political journalism.
|PSCI 210||Intro to American Government *||3|
|PSCI 220||Intro to Comparative Govt *||3|
|PSCI 230||Intro to International Rel *||3|
|PSCI 342||Media, Public Opinion, Polling||3|
|or PSCI 427||Research Methods|
|Select nine credits chosen from the following courses in consultation with a Political Science advisor. Substitutions must be approved by the Political Science advisor.||9|
|Introduction to Public Admin|
|American Foreign Policy|
|Political Parties & Elections|
|Media, Public Opinion, Polling (if not taken as a required course)|
|Comparative Political Economy|
|Urban and Regional Planning|
|Local Government Admin|
|Const Law: Civil Liberties|
|Const Law: Powers & Structures|
|Total Minimum Credits||21|
May satisfy General Education requirements.
Certain courses in this program have prerequisites; students should check the course descriptions for required prerequisites.