|POSC 201||American Politics||3|
|POSC 204||Political Thought||3|
|POSC 206||International Politics||3|
|POSC 207||Comparative Politics||3|
|POSC 495||Senior Thesis I (For those POSC majors comping in POSC, taking POSC 495 for one credit will be required.)||1|
|Select five of the following:||15|
|American Politics and Law:|
|Introduction to American Law|
|Congress and the Legislative Process|
|The United States Constitution|
|Latin American Politics|
|Middle East Politics|
|The Politics of Race|
|Gender and Politics|
|The Global Politics of International Development|
|Global Environmental Politics|
|United States Foreign Policy|
|Politics and Religion|
|Politics and Film|
|Special Topics in Political Science|
|Two seminars from WSP|
Political science majors satisfy their Advanced Writing Proficiency requirements by completing their Senior Comprehensive in the department.
The Senior Comprehensive consists of a major research paper which may be completed on campus or on the Washington Semester program. Washington Semester theses must be reviewed and approved by department faculty. All students who satisfy their senior comprehensive requirements in the POSC major must register for POSC 495 Senior Thesis I.
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