Program Tracks

Philosophy, Politics, Economics and Law majors are encouraged to pursue their research interests by completing a minimum of 12 credit hours (usually 4 courses) within a chosen program track. Students may choose one of three tracks:

 

  • HIST 3570: English Origins of American Law
  • HIST 4330: American Constitutional History
  • LEGS 3010: Legal Environment of Business
  • LEGS 4250: Health Care Law
  • LEGS 4310: Environmental Law
  • PHIL 2180: Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 3120: Social and Political Philosophy
  • PHIL 4240: Topics in Social & Political Philosophy
  • POLS 3450: Legislative Process
  • POLS 3460: The Presidency
  • POLS 3470: Introduction to Law & Judicial Process
  • POLS 4160: Constitutional Law: Powers & Relationships
  • POLS 4170: Constitutional Law: Procedural Rights
  • POLS 4260: Law & Society
  • POLS 4510: Human Rights
  • POLS 4730: International Law
  • SOC 2160: Minority Groups
  • SOC 3410: Juvenile Delinquency
  • SOC 4410: Criminology
  • SOC 4420: Crime & Punishment
  • SOC 4600: Sociology of Gender
  • ECON 3110: Money & Banking
  • ECON 3210: Labor Economics
  • ECON 4050: Game Theory
  • ECON 4140: Monetary & Fiscal Policy
  • ECON 4220: Labor Relations Policy
  • ECON 4310: Public Finance
  • PHIL 2180: Philosophy of Law
  • PHIL 2200: Business Ethics
  • PHIL 2320: Environmental Ethics
  • PHIL 2420: Medical Ethics
  • PHIL 3020: Ethical Theory
  • POLS 3020: American Domestic Public Policy
  • POLS 3030: Public Administration
  • POLS 3310: State & Local Government
  • POLS 3360: Environmental Politics & Policies
  • POLS 3470: Introduction to Law & Judicial Process
  • POLS 3720: Contemporary World Politics
  • POLS 4430: Politics & Mass Media
  • PUBH 3010: International Health
  • PUBH 3011: Public Health & Sanitation
  • PUBH 3100: Community Health Planning and Evaluation
  • PUBH 3200: Introduction to Public Health
  • SOC 3010: Social Psychology
  • SOC 3170: Wealth, Power and Poverty
  • SOC 3190: Alcohol & Public Policy
  • SOC 3400: Deviance & Social Control
  • SOC 3410: Juvenial Delinquency
  • SOC 3610: The Family
  • SOC 4200: Introduction to Demographic Techniques
  • SOC 4420: Crime & Punishment
  • ECON 3510: International Trade & Finance
  • ETHN 4300: National & Global Perspectives on Race & Ethnicity
  • HIST 4390: US & the World: The Cold War Era
  • HIST 4540: European Foreign Relations, 1914-Present
  • INST 2000: Introduction to International Studies
  • POLS 3360: Environmental Politics & Policy
  • POLS 3510: Western European Politics
  • POLS 3660: Global Sustainable Development
  • POLS 3700: Model United Nations
  • POLS 3720: Contemporary World Politics
  • POLS 4730: International Law
  • POLS 4760: International Organization
  • POLS 4790: Conflict Resolution
  • SOC 2160: Minority Groups
  • SOC 4420: Crime & Punishment