In addition to meeting general degree requirements, all political science majors must complete a minimum of nine courses with a grade of C or higher, plus a two-semester senior seminar and an 8-credit senior project (40–45 credits total) as follows:
Refer to The Senior Project for additional information.
Note: In addition, students are expected to take courses appropriate to their specific interests in political science in order to fulfill degree equirements for upper-level coursework.
New and reinstated courses may be added to the lists in the following concentrations. Students should consult their advisor to determine whether a new or reinstated course counts toward a specific concentration.
Concentration 1: Islam and the Middle East (42–47 credits)
Political science majors who declare a concentration in Islam and the Middle East must fulfill requirements 1 through 8 listed above. In meeting requirement 6, students in this concentration select four courses from the following list:
Concentration 2: Human Rights (42–47 credits)
Political science majors who declare a concentration in human rights must fulfill requirements 1 through 8 listed above. In meeting requirements 5 and 6, students in this concentration select four courses from the following list:
Updated June 7, 2013
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