Advisers: Martha Ackelsberg,
Donald Baumer, Susan Bourque, Mlada Bukovansky, Patrick Coby, Donna Robinson Divine, Brent Durbin, Velma Garcia,
Howard Gold, Steven Goldstein, Alice Hearst, Gary Lehring, Marc Lendler, Catharine
Newbury, Gregory White, Dennis Yasutomo.
Requirements: 10 semester courses,
including the following:
- one course at the 200 level in each of the following fields: American government,
comparative government, international relations, and political theory;
- two additional courses, one of which must be a seminar, and both of which must
be related to one of the courses taken under (2); they may be in the same sub-field
of the department, or they may be in other sub-fields, in which case a rationale
for their choice must be accepted by the student and her adviser; and
- three additional elective courses. Majors are encouraged to select 190 as one
of their electives.
Majors may spend the junior year abroad if
they meet the college requirements.
Advisers: Same as those listed
for the major.
Requirements: Based on 100. The minor
consists of six courses, which shall include five additional courses, including at
least one course from two of the four fields identified as requirements for the major.
Graduate School Adviser: Steven Goldstein
Director of the Jean Picker Semester-in-Washington
Program: Brent Durbin
College Course Guide