The government major and minor provide students with the opportunity to study political ideas, institutions, and policies. The government faculty offer courses in political thought, American national, state and local government and public law, public administration, comparative government, and international relations. National government internships and seminars are available through the Washington Center. Students who study government usually pursue careers in law, teaching, or government service.
General Education Requirements
Refer to the General Education section for a complete listing of general education requirements for the University. Required Introductory Courses
Required Advanced Courses
Government majors must write a senior paper in GOVT 499C. Three members of the Government faculty will read the paper. The student must receive a grade of "C" or better on the paper from two of the three faculty members to pass the course.
Components of Degree Requirement
Bachelor of Arts - Government Major with Regional Analysis and Public Policy Track
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Dr. Stephen J. LangeAssociate DeanSchool of Public Affairs Associate Professor of GovernmentPhone: 606-783-5420 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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