INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS The Department of Politics and Government partici

Interdisciplinary minors the department of politics

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INTERDISCIPLINARY MINORS The Department of Politics and Government partici- pates in a number of interdisciplinary minors at the Univer- sity. Course work offered by the Department contributes to the following minors: African-American Studies, African Studies, Environmental Studies, Ethnic and Cultural Stud- ies, International Studies, Middle Eastern and South Asian Studies, Peace and Conflict Resolution Studies, Tourism Studies, Urban Studies, and Women’s Studies. For further information on any of these minors and their advisors, please consult the University-Wide Curriculum section in this Undergraduate Catalog. HONORS IN POLITICS AND GOVERNMENT Students majoring or minoring in Political Science may be admitted to the Departmental Honors Program if they have: (1) completed at least 30 semester hours of college- or university-level courses, including at least 2 Political Sci- ence courses; (2) a minimum of 3 semesters remaining before graduation; (3) a cumulative GPA of 3.30; (4) one let- ter of recommendation submitted by a Politics and Govern- ment faculty member to the undergraduate advisor; (5) membership in the University Honors Program; and (6) admission approval from the Departmental Honors Advisor. In order to graduate with honors in Politics and Govern- ment a student must complete: (1) all regular requirements for the Political Science Major; (2) 3 hours of in-course hon- ors; (3) 3 hours in POL 302: Honors Seminar; (4) 3 hours of POL 299: Independent Honors Study; and (5) have a major GPA of at least 3.50. Physics; Politics and Government
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224 C A S Any student admitted to the University Honors Pro- gram may earn honors credit by completing the honors requirements of either a designated honors course or of a course offering an in-course honors option. Politics and Government Programs Degrees Offered: B.A., B.S. MAJOR IN POLITICAL SCIENCE 33 hours in Politics and Government including at least 18 hours at the 200-level or above and at least 6 hours at the 300-level (excluding internships, independent stud- ies, and readings courses). Required courses: POL 105 or 106, 161, 209; either 140, or 141 and either 150 or 151. A maximum of 6 hours in POL 398.01 and 398.20 may count toward a Political Science major. It is recommended that Political Science majors enroll in POL 105 or 106 in their first year of study and in 209 in their second year of study. Transfer students wishing to complete the Major are recommended to enroll in POL 105 or 106 and 209 in their first year at Illinois State Uni- versity if they have not already had equivalent courses. Global Studies Sequence: 12 credits in Politics and Government International Relations and Comparative courses as well as complet- ing the POL major. Up to 18 hours outside the Depart- ment may be required (see below). International Relations Component . 6 hours from the following courses: POL 251, 252, 254, 255, 293.01, 335, 344, 351, 358, 363.
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