The Minor in Political Science compares political systems with government and examines the major political thinkers, as well as a choice of three additional courses within the subject.
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Minor in Political Theory
|TWO of the following:||6||24|
|PLT 3101||Political Ideologies||3||12|
|INR 4100||Introduction to International Relations||3||12|
|INR 4101||Modern Political Thought||3||12|
|12 US credits or more from the following:||Minimum of 12||Minimum of 48|
|PLT 5101||Capitalism and its Critics||3||12|
|PLT 5102||Democracy and its Enemies||3||12|
|INR 5104||Globalization and Anti-Globalization||3||12|
|INR 6101||International Relations Theory||4||16|
|PLT 6101||Contemporary Political Theory||4||16|
|PLT 6103||Political Sociology: Power, State, Society||4||16|
|Minor Requirements||Minimum of 18||Minimum of 72|
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