By selecting appropriate core courses and Political Science courses, a Political Science major may add a second major in Economics by completing additional upper-level course work in Economics.
Requirements for the Double Major: Economics and Political Science
By selecting appropriate core courses and substituting two Political Science courses for two upper-level Economics courses, a Political Science major may add a second major in Economics by completing 18 credits of additional upper-level course work in Economics.
Required Core Courses - 12 Credits
Required Economics Courses - 12 Credits
Economics Elective Courses - 9 Credits
Please refer to the list of courses under "Electives for the Economics Major."
Political Science Elective Courses - 6 Credits
Students majoring in Political Science may substitute two courses from the following list for two 0300-level economics electives:
- POLS 0204 - Introduction to Public Administration
- POLS 0205 - Metropolitan Politics
- POLS 0206 - Political Analysis
- POLS 0208 - Constitutional Law
- POLS 0209 - International Relations
- POLS 0211 - Comparative Foreign Policy
- POLS 0224 - Politics of Developing Countries
- POLS 0302 - Modern Political Thought
- POLS 0318 - Public Management Skills
- POLS 0320 - Politics of Budget-Making
- POLS 0321 - American Public Policy
- POLS 0327 - Administrative Law