- Our Undergraduate Program
- Major and Minor Requirements
- Comparative Politics
Comparative Politics - PS 27
The study of foreign governments and politics in other countries - democracies and autocracies, elections and revolutions.
ALL COURSES FOR THE MAJOR MUST BE TAKEN FOR A LETTER GRADE.
- Lower-division: PS 11 or 11D and two of the following introductory sequence lower division courses: PS 10 or 10D, PS 12 or 12D, PS 13 or 13D
- PS 30 or 30D
- Five upper-division courses, of which:
- At least one from the following thematic courses: 120J, 120Q, 122, 122D, 123, 124, 124A, 125, 125A, 126, 126AA, 127, 128, 129, 131, 136, 136A, 136C, 137A, 150A
- And at least one each from any two of the following regional areas:
Africa: 120M, 120N, 120P, 120Q
Asia: 121, 121B, 130B, 131C, 133A, 133D, 133G, 133J
Europe: 120A, 120B, 120C, 120D, 120E, 120G, 120H, 120I, 120J, 126AB, 130AA, 130AD Latin America: 134AA, 134B, 134D, 134I
- The other two can be any Comparative Politics courses numbered POLI 120-139.
- Seven additional upper-division political science courses (12 total upper-divisions)
Major and Minor Requirements