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American Government/Law Concentration

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. The American Government/Law course electives are listed here:

POLS 1500 - State and Urban Government - 3 cr.
POLS 2180 - The American Presidency - 3 cr.
POLS 2270 - Introduction to the Legal Process - 3 cr.
POLS 2550 - Sex, Race and Constitution - 3 cr.
POLS 2600 - The First Amendment - 3 cr.
POLS 2700 - Criminal Procedure: Rights of the Accused - 3 cr.
POLS 3000 - Public Policy Analysis: Case Studies in American Politics - 3 cr.
POLS 3400 - Conduct of American Foreign Policy - 3 cr.
POLS 3500 - Constitutional Law - 3 cr.
POLS 4350 - Moot Court - 3 cr.
POLS 4360 - Institute for Understanding Government Decision Making - 3 cr.

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