It is highly recommended that students develop their Public Service Sequence in

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It is highly recommended that students develop their Public Service Sequence in consultation with a departmental sequence advisor. Politics and Government
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225 C A S MINOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 18 hours in Political Science required. Required course: POL 105 or 106. A maximum of 3 hours in POL 398.01 and 398.20 may count toward a Political Science minor. Public Service Sequence: 18 hours in Public Service courses in the Political Sci- ence Major or Minor. Required courses: POL 231 and 398.01 (minimum. of 3 credit hours). Elective Public Service courses: Option A: Two 200-level and two 300-level Public Ser- vice courses or Option B: One 200-level and three 300-level Public Ser- vice courses. Public Service courses include: POL 214, 220, 221, 222, 232, 236, 318, 323, 329, 330, 331, 332, 333, 334, and 335. It is highly recommended that students develop their Public Service Sequence in consultation with a depart- mental sequence advisor. MINOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE For Teacher Education: In addition to those listed for the Minor in Political Science, students must complete education courses that are required for state certification. See undergraduate advisor for further information. Legal Studies Program The Legal Studies curriculum is designed to provide knowledge and skills related to various types of paralegal careers. This program may not be appropriate for pre-law stu- dents. While a major is not offered, interested students should consult the Legal Studies coordinator about the possibility of an individualized major under the General Studies program. In order to gain admission into the Legal Studies program, a student must have submitted a formal application to the Legal Studies coordinator; must have completed at least two (2) approved Legal Studies courses (one of which must be POL 201); and must have earned a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50 in those 2 Legal Studies courses. For further information contact Department of Politics and Government. MINOR IN LEGAL STUDIES 24 hours required. Required courses (15 hours): POL 201, 203, 204, 370, 371. 9 hours selected from the following Legal Studies Spe- cialty Courses: POL 216, 314, 319, 322, 372, 398.20. A maximum of 6 credits of internship can be counted toward fulfilling the Legal Studies requirements. Addi- tional hours of internship may be taken for credit as Uni- versity electives. NOTE: Only Legal Studies courses with a grade of C or higher can count toward the minor. Politics and Government Courses Students should consult the Department advisor to learn which selected studies (189, 289, 389) courses may satisfy major requirements; this would include Politics and Government SENIOR SEMINAR, which counts toward fulfilling the 300-level hours requirement. 101 CITIZENS AND GOVERNANCE MC-ICL 3 F,S ENG 101 or COM 110 req or conc reg req. May not be taken under the CT/NC option.
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