II. Intermediate and Upper-Level Electives (28 credits)
In addition to the required foundation courses, students must take 28 credits (total) in intermediate (200) and upper (300) level courses and they must be distributed across at least three of the four subfields in the discipline. At least three of these courses (12 credits) must be at the upper-level. A minimum of 12 of these intermediate and upper-level credits must be taken on campus. A maximum of 8 departmental internship course credits may be counted towards the Major.
Students planning to attend graduate school in Political Science, Public Policy, Public Administration, or a related field, and students planning to write an honors thesis or enroll in upper-level research seminars, are encouraged to take PSCI 307 . Additional highly recommended courses are MATH 117 and CSCI 115
PSCI 300 - Independent Study in Political Science may satisfy a requirement with department approval.