Political Science Minor
A minor in political science enables students to complete a course of study within one of the subfields in the major. Completion of a minor in political science requires five courses, distributed as follows and chosen in consultation with an adviser in the department:
1) One of the following: 200 in the American politics subfield; 209 or 225 in the international relations subfield; 236 in comparative politics; 205 or 270 or 292 or 298 in the political theory subfield. Either 209 or 225 can be counted toward the minor, but not both.
2) Three upper-division courses in the minor subfield, including at least one 300-level course for which the student has completed the prerequisite. A course in another subfield can be substituted for one of these three courses upon consultation with the minor advisor.
3) A tutorial in the minor subfield.
Constitution (American Politics and Government): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:United_States_Constitution.jpg
Napeoleon (International Relations): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:DelarocheNapoleon.jpg
Plato's Academy (Political Theory): http://commons.wikimedia.org/wiki/File:Academia_mosaic.jpg
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