If you are interested in how government works in America in theory and in practice, a Political Science minor is for you. Learn about the foundation of American government at the local, state and national levels; international relations; economics, and important legal concepts. This minor pairs well with majors like American Studies, Liberal Studies and Social Science, or Pre-Law courses, setting you up to work in public policy or to go to graduate or law school.
15 credits: 10 credits in residence, 9 credits upper division.
PS 140 | American Government | 3 credits
PS 200 | Foundations of the American Legal System | 3 credits
PS 315 | Governing States and Communities | 3 credits
6 credits from the following:
PS 355 | International Relations | 3 credits
BUS/COM 261 | Organizational Writing & Presentations | 3 credits
BUS/PS 303 | Business & Employment Law | 3 credits
BUS 310 | Management Theory & Practice | 3 credits
BUS/PSY 321 | Organizational Behavior & Design | 3 credits
EC 203 | Economics | 3 credits
SOC/PS 345 | Social Problems and Public Policy | 3 credits