About this Program
Certificates must contain at least nine credits of coursework that are unique to that program out of all other certificates and minors.
The Department of Political Science provides a high quality educational program for undergraduate students as well as a rigorous honors program. The department also offers a highly selective graduate education ranging from innovative M.A. programs to a comprehensive Ph.D. program.
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GAINESVILLE FL 32611-7325
|POS 4940||Political Internship||3|
|Modern Political Campaigns|
|Political Parties and Elections|
|Interest Group Politics|
|POS 3122||State Politics||3|
|POS 3173||Southern Politics||3|
|POS 3233||Politics and Public Opinion||3|
|POS 4291||Religion and Politics in the United States||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Beyond the Beltway: Politics in States, Counties and Communities)||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Election Law )||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Ethics in American Politics)||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Media and Politics)||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Money and Politics in America)||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Race/Poverty/Voting Rights )||3|
|POS 4931||Special Topics (Survey Research)||3|
|PUP 3323||Women in Politics||3|
Students may petition the director of the political campaigning program for permission to substitute one other course for one of the courses in the electives list.