Minor, Political Science

The Political Science minor provides an introduction to the study of political behavior for students majoring in disciplines other than political science. Students will develop an appreciation for the political nature of our individual and collective existence and will develop and apply critical liberal arts skills, such as written and oral communication, and critical thinking.

Administrator: Chair, Department of History and Political Science

Requirements: 21 credits of which 12 shall be numbered above 2999

POLS1010. American National Politics (3)

POLS1030. The Foundations of Politics: The Quest for Peace and Justice (3)

POLS1050. Introduction to International Relations (3)

Twelve credits in political science numbered above 2999 (12)

Minor, History

The minor in history provides a history program to students majoring in areas other than history. Through representative courses, students will be encouraged to develop communication, critical thinking, and writing skills.

Administrator: Chair, Department of History and Political Science

Requirements: 21 credits of which 15 shall be numbered above 2999

HIST1030. The World and the West I (3); or,

     HIST1040. The World and the West II (3)

HIST2030. Conflict and Consensus: American History to 1877 (3); or

     HIST2040. Conflict and Consensus: American History from 1877 (3)

Fifteen credits in history numbered above 2999 (15)