Political Science B.A.
Thirty-three to thirty-six credits, including:
|POLS 021||American Political System||3|
|POLS 041||Intro to Political Theory||3|
|POLS 051||Intro International Relations||3|
|POLS 071||Comparative Political Systems||3|
|At least fifteen credits at the advanced 100- or 200-level in political science subject to the following restrictions:||15|
Three credits must be at the 200 level
Students must complete at least one advanced 100- or 200-level course in three of the four subfields (American politics; political theory; international relations; comparative politics)
Twelve of those fifteen credits, including the three credits at the 200-level, must be in UVM political science courses (excluding study abroad, transfer credit, readings and research)
|Three additional credits in political science at any level (can include transfer credit)||3|
|At least fifteen of the thirty credits used to satisfy this major must be taken at the University of Vermont|
|Completion of the additional skill requirement. This entails completion of course work in one of five areas, as described below:|
Language - one additional course in language above the current distribution requirement of the College of Arts and Sciences. The language must be same as that for which they have met the CAS distribution requirement.
Philosophy - PHIL 013 plus any other course in philosophy
Note: Internships will not count toward the thirty credits required for the major.