33 semester credits of political science including PSCI 101, one of the following PSCI 102 or 130, PSCI 120, 307 or 308, 313 or 319, 380, WI-400, STAT 213 and 9 credits of electives, six of the nine credits of electives must be 300 level.
Political Science Major with a Concentration in Public Administration
33 semester credits including PSCI 101, 102 or 130, 104, 120, 360, 365 or 375, 370, 380, WI-400, STAT 213.
Public administration students are strongly encouraged to double major in another field related to public service, for instance sociology, criminal justices, psychology, etc. Public administration students should also complete an interdisciplinary minor related to their studies such as the organizational leadership minor, the environmental studies minor, or the pre-law minor. For approval of second major and interdisciplinary minor consult with political science chair, the chair of second major department, and the coordinator/director of the appropriate interdisciplinary minor.
Requirements for a Political Science Major with a Concentration in Pre-Law Studies
33 semester credits including PSCI 101, 102, 110, 120, 304, 307, 316 or 360, 380, WI-400, STAT 213 and CRJU 221 or 3 credits of electives from
any 300 level courses in political science. Also complete the interdisciplinary minor in pre-law. Program of study must be approved by the Director of Pre-law studies.
Requirements for a Political Science Major with a Concentration in International Politics
33 semester credits including PSCI 101, 120, 130, 307 or 308, four of the following PSCI 309, 313, 316, 319 or CRJU 499; PSCI 380, WI-400, STAT 213.
Also, an approved set of international courses outside the major to complete general education requirements. Students should also double major or minor in another discipline with an emphasis on international studies such as history, foreign languages, etc. Consult with the chair of political science and the chair of the other department or minor to approve program of study.
Requirements for a Teaching Major in American Government (7-12)
36 semester credits including: PSCI 101, 102 or 110; PSCI 120, 130, 301, 304, 313, 365 or 375; PSCI 370 or PSCI 401; PSCI 380, PSCI 400, STAT 213. Education courses required for a teaching major are found in the Education Department section.