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Political Theory (B.A.) - PS 29

Exploring the concepts we use to explain and evaluate political events.

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

*If POLI 13(R) or POLI 13D(R) are taken, then only one of the following can be taken for credit toward the major: POLI 13, POLI 13R, POLI 13D, or POLI 13DR

**Duplicate credit cannot be given for both an in-person version of a course and the remote (R) version of the same course toward a 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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