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|PLS 201||American National Government||3|
|PLS 202||State & Local Government||3|
|PLS 320||Comparative Governments||3|
|PLS 407||American Constitutional Development I||3|
|PLS 408||American Constitutional Development II||3|
|PLS 499||Capstone in Political Science||3|
|Political Science Electives||
Take 15 additional hours in upper-level PLS courses. Note: PLE 325 - Legal Research and Bibliography may not be selected. Students are encouraged to take at least one class that includes a non-Western component, such as PLS 422 - Politics of Developing Nations, PLS 320 - Comparative Governments, or an appropriate selected topics course that may be offered periodically.
|PLE 201||Introduction to Law||3|
|PLE 325||Legal Research & Bibliography||3|
|PLE 335||Legal Writing||3|
|PLE 350||Critical Thinking & the Law||3|
|Related Electives||Choose three courses from the following:||9|
|AJU 310||Judicial Process||3|
|AJU 403||Criminal Law||3|
|PLE 300||Civil Litigation I||3|
|PLE 301||Civil Litigation II||3|
|PLE 400||Law Office Management||3|
|Suggested General Electives||Sufficient elective hours must be taken to meet the minimum hour requirement for graduation.|
|AJU 400||Police Rights & Responsibilities||3|
|PHI 309||Christian Ethics||3|
|COM 304||Public Speaking||3|
|SOC 209||Contemporary Social Problems||3|
|SOC 332||Law, Crime & Social Control||3|
|ECO131||The American Economic System|
|ECO 231||Economic Principles I (if student has not taken economics as part of his/her social science core component)||3|
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