Institute for Liberal Arts & Interdisciplinary Studies
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Participating Faculty: Michael Brown (JR), Mneesha Gellman (PL Faculty Advisor, IN), Spencer Kimball (CS), and Pablo Muchnik (IN).
This minor offers students the opportunity to explore relationships between political, economic, cultural, and historical phenomena to facilitate analyses of the political world. Students will address the political nature of institutions, states, communities, and individuals by studying their constraints, choices, policies, and practices in the United States and around the world.
A minimum of 4 courses, 16 credits, is required for the minor. One course from the Washington DC Program may be applied toward the Political Science minor.
Students must take PL 222 Human Rights, PL 225 U.S. Government and Politics, or PL 230 The United States and Latin America as the core required course.
- PL 222 - Human Rights
- PL 225 - U.S. Government and Politics
- PL 230 - The United States and Latin America
The remaining 12 credits are are chosen from the following courses and must include at least one PL course at the 300 or 400 level. (For additional classes, always check the semester registration listings.)
- PL 220?-? International Politics
- PL 222?-? Human Rights (if not used as core course)
- PL 225?-? U.S. Government and Politics (if not used as core course)
- PL 230?-? The United States and Latin America (if not used as core course)
- PL 240?-? Communication, Politics, and Law
- PL 322?-? Truth, Justice, and Reconciliation
- PL 332?-? Civil Rights
- PL 333?-? The First Amendment
- PL 410?-? Collective Action and Identity Politics*
- PL 498?-? Directed Study in Political Science*
- CC 303?-? Politics, Advocacy, and Public Opinion Research
- HI 200?-? Contemporary World History
- IN 213?-? Introduction to Global Studies
- PH 215?-? Political Philosophy
- PH 306?-? Liberal Politics and Religion