International & Comparative Politics

Degree Awarded: Bachelor of Science


Core Curriculum
(Areas A, B, C, D, E, and additional requirements
47 hrs
Area F
Courses Appropriate to the Program of Study
18 hrs
POLS 2101
Introduction to Political Science
3 hrs
Choose one of the following courses:
HIST 2111

HIST 2112

SOCI 2101
A Survey of U.S. History
to the Post Civil War Period
A Survey of U.S. History
from the Post Civil War to the Present
Social Statistics
3 hrs

3 hrs

3 hrs

Foreign Language sequence (Two courses at any level)

6 hrs
Choose one of the following courses:
GEOG 1101
ANTH 1102
Introduction to Human Geography
Introduction to Anthropology
3 hrs
3 hrs
  15 hrs
 
Major Requirements
POLS 3301
POLS 3601
POLS 4201
POLS 4901
POLS 2201
POLS 2601
POLS 3101
POLS 3102
POLS 3211
POLS 4221
Research Methods in Political Science
African-American Politics
Political Theory
Senior Seminar
State and Local Government
Introduction to Public Administration
International Politics
Comparative Government
Constitutional Law
American Political Thought
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
Political Science Electives:
6 hrs
36 hrs
 
Emphasis: Public Adminsistration/Policy Concentration
POLS 3101
POLS 3121
POLS 3131
POLS 3141
POLS 4401
POLS 4601
International Politics
International Law
International Organization
African Government and Politics
Politics of Less Developed Countries
American Foreign Policy
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
3 hrs
TOTAL
15 hrs
 
Electives
9 hrs
Minor Field
15 hrs
TOTAL HOURS REQUIRED
125 hrs
 
MINOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLS 2101
Introduction to Political Science
3 hrs
Four other POLS courses
(Note: Students who take POLS 2101 in the core curriculum will need an additional POLS elective in the minor.)
12 hrs
Total Hours
15 hrs