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Ithaca College Undergraduate Catalog 2002-2003

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Politics

    Bachelor of Arts

    Thomas Shevory, Professor and Chair

    The curriculum is designed to give students an understanding of political organization and political forces in modern society, to provide knowledge and a basis for insight and judgment on the problems involved in the relationship of the individual to government, the economy to government, and of governments to one another. Students are prepared for intelligent performance of the functions of citizenship, for careers in public service, foreign relations, the study of law, and study at the graduate level.

    Requirements for the Major in Politics -- B.A.

    Credits in the major

 

Three courses at level 1, one each in the subfields of U.S. politics, political theory, and comparative/international studies. The course 310-10100 U.S. Politics is required of all majors.

 
 

Six courses are required at level 3 or above, with a minimum of one course in three of the four subfields that comprise the major program -- U.S. politics, political theory, and public policy, and a minimum of two courses in comparative/international studies.

 
 

Two courses at level 4 -- seminars, tutorials, internships, or directed studies -- with at least one course in this series to be a seminar

 
 

One additional course at any level. Majors with senior standing must take at least four courses in comparative/international studies.

 
 

Total credits in the major

36

    A grade of C is the minimum required in major field courses.

    Credits outside the major

 

Foreign language competence up to and including the intermediate level.

 

    Minor in Politics

    Requirements for the minor

 

Two courses at level 1, one of which must be 310-10100 U.S. Politics

 
 

Four courses at level 3 or above

 
 

One course at level 4, either a seminar or tutorial or internship

 
 

Total credits in minor

21

    A minimum grade of C is required in the above courses.

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