Oct 03, 2022  
Fitchburg State University 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
Fitchburg State University 2012-2013 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

International Politics Concentration, Political Science, B.A.


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Political Science


Chairperson
 

Sean C. Goodlett

 
Professors
Associate Professors
Eric Budd Rodney Christy

Joshua Spero

Objectives for the Program in Political Science

Courses in Political Science are intended for any student with a general interest in politics and government. They are also designed to provide a proper background for students interested in pursuing graduate study or a career in law, public administration, or government and political science.

Requirements for the Major in Political Science

The bachelor of science and bachelor of arts in Political Science require 36 hours of course work. All bachelor of science and bachelor of arts candidates will pick an area of concentration after consulting with their faculty advisor. Bachelor of Art students are required to have foreign language proficiency at the intermediate level.

Note:


*PSY 2100  or CJ 3130 - Criminal Justice Research Methods  (alternatives)

+Fulfills Computer Literacy Requirement

++Junior/Senior Writing and Speaking/Listening Requirement

Concentrations


With the assistance of their academic advisor, students will select an area of concentration in American Government/ Law or International Politics. Select four courses from either concentration.

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