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The Department of Political
Science and International Relations offers majors in Political Science,
Political Science Education, Political Science with French, Spanish or German,
and a major in International Relations. Honors degrees are available for all of
our undergraduate majors.
Political Science major may be completed without a concentration - providing a
broad overview of the field - or with a concentration in one of the following
areas: American Politics, Global Politics, Politics, Groups and Identity or
Politics, Law and Theory. The Political Science Education major prepares
students to become secondary school teachers and requires courses in Economics,
Geography, History and Education as well as Political Science. The major in
French, German or Spanish/Political Science requires a core set of Political
Science courses as well as advanced Foreign Languages and Literature course
work in the specified foreign language. The major in International Relations is
an interdisciplinary major that requires students to take courses in Political
Science, Economics, Geography and History and to achieve a higher level of
foreign language proficiency than most other majors. In addition, International
Relations majors choose a regional specialization in Africa, Asia, Europe,
Latin America, or the Middle East and a concentration in Development, Diplomacy
and World Order, International Political Economy, and US Foreign Policy.
Click here for a detailed description of the requirements for each major, including Honors degrees, and the minors.
Please note that these are the requirements for students entering
UD in fall 2015 and after. If you entered UD prior to fall 2014 your requirements
may be slightly different. Please see your catalog or visit us in 347 Smith
Hall for more information.
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