Wohlforth; Professor Emeritus N. Kasfir; Associate Professors L. Vandewalle; Assistant Professors J.
Dean Lacy Professors L. Westwood; Visiting Professors Emeritus N. Fowler; Visiting Professors B. DeShazo, Visiting Lecturer D. To view Government courses, click here. Requirements for the Major Political Science is a highly diverse field united around a core interest.
Political scientists study power, and especially power used for public purposes: American political science is traditionally divided into four subfields: Students may choose to study within one of these subfields or may choose courses according to some other intellectual plan.
One course in statistics and the methods of social science: Another course in statistics and the methods of social science may be substituted for GOVT 10with permission of the department chair, in consultation with the full-time department faculty members who teach GOVT The Government Major comprises at least ten courses chosen to constitute an intellectually coherent program.
The prerequisite is not considered one of the ten courses. These courses should include: Six additional courses at any level. An additional advanced seminar. To meet the requirement of an integrative academic experience in the Major, all Majors will be required to complete one of the following: Seminar requirements will include a research paper in which each student has the opportunity to integrate material from the study of political science in the analysis of a specific issue or phenomenon.
It is expected that under normal circumstances seminar size will not exceed Students are encouraged to take additional advanced seminars. The Department offers an Honors Program. Seniors participating in the program and completing the thesis whether or not they receive honors will thereby fulfill the culminating experience requirement.
Those who enter the program and do not finish the thesis, but complete at least one term of the program, may, with the approval of the Director s of the Honors Program, be given credit for GOVT This option is available only to students who can show that neither the Honors Program nor an advanced seminar will be available or appropriate for meeting the requirement.
This option requires both Departmental permission and the written approval of the instructor and must be recorded before the term in which the course is taken. Requirements for the Minor The Minor in Government shall consist of: Transfer students will normally be expected to complete at least four of the seven courses required for the Minor on campus, or in courses taught by members of the Department.
Modified Majors As a consequence of the introduction of the Minor, the Department of Government has discontinued the Modified Major, effective with the class of This includes both Modified Majors in which Government was the primary component e.
Students who seek to modify a Major in another department with courses in Government may do so by using the option of a Modified Major without indication of the secondary department e.
Career Counseling and Special Programs Department faculty members serve as advisors to all students Majoring in Government. In addition, designated members of the staff advise students who are considering graduate work and those who may wish to pursue careers in law, diplomacy, politics, or other aspects of public affairs.
For further information, see one of the following staff members: Bafumi, Carey, Horowitz, Lind, Press.The Harlem School of the Arts will posthumously honor Ethiopian American designer Amsale Aberra with the Visionary Lineage Award at a ceremony to be held at the New York Plaza Hotel on October 22nd, To view Government courses, click here.
Department Median Grade Standards Honors Program. The Department offers an Honors Program. Seniors participating in the program and completing the thesis (whether or not they receive honors) will thereby fulfill the culminating experience requirement.
(GOVT 92) is a seminar with the Dartmouth. Brain Science is a rapidly changing field, driven largely by exciting new research findings.
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Scott wrote this morning about the extraordinary email that National Security Advisor Susan Rice wrote to herself at on January 20, , within minutes of when President Trump was inaugurated. Course Information. government, and the economy. Other majors who wish to write a non-Honors thesis for single course credit will be required to have as prerequisite background all regularly offered courses in the chosen field of study and may take the course in . MALS students are required to complete a thesis under the supervision of three faculty advisors. The thesis may take the form of academic or applied research, or it may be a creative work.