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Minors in Politics

Politics Minor

Students who major in another discipline may also decide to pursue a minor in politics. The politics minor requires completion of the three introductory courses (POL 111, POL 112, and POL 211); two courses in one of the three concentrations (American, world, or theory); and one additional politics course.
 

Politics Pre-Law Minor

There is also the option of pursuing a politics pre-law minor. That minor requires completion of two of the three introductory courses (POL 111, POL 112, and POL 211) and four pre-law courses:  POL 220 (Introduction to Law and Politics); either POL 323 (Constitutional Law I) or POL 324 (Constitutional Law II); an additional law-related course at the 300 or 400 level (such as 323, 324, or 404) and a final 400 or 500 level law-related course, usually in the senior year (such as POL 507, The Supreme Court, or POL 553, Constitutional Theory and Interpretation).  For further information contact Dr. Dennis Coyle.

Course descriptions

 

Minor and Certificate in Intelligence Studies
(Interdisciplinary)

POL 260
POL 412A (or approved substitute)
POL 471
3 electives from approved list (see program director)
Additional requirement for non-Politics Majors: POL 111 or POL 112 or POL 212

Program details