Five undergraduate degree programs are offered within the department.
- B.A. in Political Science
- B.A. in Political Science with Track in Applied Politics
- B.A. in Political Science with Track in Global Politics and International Affairs
- B.S. in Political Science with a Track in Paralegal Studies
- B.S. in Political Science with a Track in Law & Public Policy
- Minor in Political Science
ACCELERATED PROGRAM The Department of Political Science offers its undergraduate majors an opportunity to earn both a B.A. (or B.S.) degree and an M.A. degree in five years of study. This program allows students an opportunity to earn an M.A. degree at an accelerated pace. Students enrolled in the accelerated program can earn the M.A. degree in approximately a calendar year.
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Frequently Asked Questions
- A & S General Education: Becky Ledford, Gardiner Hall, (502) 852-6487
- A & S Political Science: Eddie Bobbit, Gardiner Hall, (502) 852-2714, email@example.com
- Political Science: Kristopher Grady, Ford Hall 202, (502) 852-1928, firstname.lastname@example.org
Remember in order to Graduate
- You need 50 hours at the 300+ level (Senior College Hours)
- You need to have 121 total hours to graduate
- You need at least a 2.00 program GPA (only the work the college accepts) —not University GPA.
- You need at least a 2.00 GPA inside your major and a 2.00 GPA outside your major
- You can use four repeats to take bad grades out of calculation (not off your record)
- Remember: If you transfer, none of your grades count toward your U of L GPA.
- You can only use 40 hours in your major for a BA
- You can appeal the following: Grades, Withdrawal Dates