Studies in War & Peace Major

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EN 101 Composition and Literature I3EN 102 Composition and Literature II3
HI 107 The History of Civilization I or 121 (General Education History)13HI 108 The History of Civilization II or 12213
Modern Language 1116Modern Language 112 6
PO 105 American Politics (General Education Social Science)13Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits15
HI 235 Military History I1,63HI 236 Military History II1,63
PO 202 Introduction to Comparative Politics or 2151,83BA Intercultural Elective3
BA Intercultural Elective3General Education Math3
General Education Arts & Humanities3External Elective23
General Education Math3Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits15
Core Elective1,3,6,83Core Elective1,3,6,83
General Education Lab Science4General Education Lab Science4
International Affairs Elective1,4,63General Education Literature3
PH Elective (General Education Ethics)3Free Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits16Semester Total Credits16
Capstone Seminar1,5,73Core Elective 1,3,6,83
Core Elective1,3,6,83International Affairs Elective1,4,63
International Affairs Elective1,4,63Free Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Free Elective3Free Elective3
Semester Total Credits15Semester Total Credits15
Total Credits For This Major: 122

Grade of C or higher required. 


Choose one of the following: EN 112, EC 106 EC 201, EC 202, SO 201, CM 261


Choose four of the following


Choose three from European History, Non-Western History, or Pre-Modern History, one of which may be a 200 level HI course and one must be either Pre-Modern or Non-Western History.  


SWAP Capstone may NOT double-count as Capstone for another major. Choose one of the following: IN 410 HI 491 HI 43X SWAP designated seminar,  PO 491, PO 41X SWAP designated seminar. Note: HI 490 is a pre-requisite for HI 491 and PO 490 is a pre-requisite for PO 491


Students must complete a 200 level HI course with a final grade of "C" or higher, or have instructor's permission to take 300 and 400 level HI courses. 


Permission required. 


 PO 202 Comparative Politics and PO 215 International Relations are prerequisites for 300 and 400 level PO courses in Comparative Politics and International Relations.