Required courses:
Introductory courses (9 credits):
POL 110 American Politics and Government
LAW 150 Introduction to Law and Justice
One of the following:
ECN 102 Principles of Macroeconomics
PHL 240 Global Perspectives (or POL-240)

Two from the following intermediate courses (6 credits):
COE 282SS Open Futures
POL 210 Topics in Comparative Politics
POL 215 Constitution, Presidency, and Congress
POL 245 International Relations
POL 256 Political Behavior
POL 265 Public Policy Analysis
POL 275 Human Rights
POL 280 Terrorism and Extremism

One from the following advanced courses (3 credits):
POL 312 United States Foreign Policy
POL 316 Civil Liberties and Civil Rights (or LAW-316)
POL 345 Philosophical Foundations of Politics
POL 352 Public Policy and Public Administration
POL 370 Research Methods in Political Science
POL 390 Special Topics in Political Science

One from the following experiential options (3 credits):
POL 376 Civic and Political Engagement
POL 380 European Union Simulation
POL 400 Internship
POL 450 Politics Conference Presentation
POL 550 Advanced Research
A study abroad experience at an approved LVC summer or full-semester program.