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Political Theory (B.A.) - PS 29

Foundations of political thought from Plato to Aristotle to contemporary philosophers. 

ALL COURSES FOR THE MAJOR MUST BE TAKEN FOR A LETTER GRADE.

Requirements:

  1. Three of the four following introductory sequence lower-division courses: POLI 10 or 10D, POLI 11 or 11D, POLI 12 or 12DPOLI 13 or 13D
  2. POLI 30 or 30D
  3. POLI 110A, 110B, 110C
  4. And at least two additional courses from: 110DA, 110EA, 110EB, 110EC, 110ED, 110G, 110H, 110J, 110K, 110M, 110N, 110T, 111B, 111D112A, 112C, 113A, 113B, 113C, 114B, 115A, 116A, 117(R)*, 118, 118B, 119A
  5. Seven additional upper-division courses (12 total upper-divisions)

*POLI 117 and POLI 117R cannot both be taken for credit toward the major.

Major Checklist:

In order to plan out your Political Science - Comparative Politics major and remaining courses effectively, please utilize the Major Checklist below. The document is a fillable PDF; students are encouraged to review their plan and progress with the Department's Undergraduate Advisor.

Political Science - Political Theory (B.A.) Major Checklist

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