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1 Dr. Reed Welch, department head Old Main, Room 414B WTAMU Box wtamu.edu Faculty: Calvi, Coleman, Commissiong, Hueston, Maloy, Price, Rausch, Stuart, Thoman, Vick, Welch. The Department of Political Science offers courses in political science, criminal justice, legal studies, emergency management administration and public administration, designed to prepare students for careers in the respective fields. University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Discipline Course Prefix Criminal Justice...CRIJ Emergency Management Administration...EMA Legal...LEGL Political Science...POSC Public Administration NOTE: See the Academic Courses and Abbreviations and Course Descriptions sections of this catalog for a complete list of courses offered by the University. Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences (B.A.A.S.) Degree Major in Emergency Management Administration (Major Code: 0) The Emergency Management Administration (EMA) Program awards a professional management education to firefighters, emergency medical service providers and law-enforcement personnel through Internet classes. The EMA Program s goal is to prepare students for advanced levels of administration and management within the emergency services professions. The EMA Degree Program was specially designed by West Texas A&M University in cooperation with the Texas Engineering Extension Service for non-traditional students who can complete the program while remaining employed full time in governmental or industrial emergency management positions. WTAMU s four-year EMA Program is the only four-year professional emergency management program in the state of Texas combining the curriculums of public administration and business management. The degree plan requires completion of an associate s degree at a community college or completion of appropriate technical-education courses at accredited technical-education facilities such as the National Fire Academy. Since the EMA Program requires hours of electives, up to hours of academic credit can be earned through the transfer of technical courses taken at community colleges or technical-education facilities. To be eligible for the EMA Program, a prospective student must have technical credit from a community college or technical-education facility, must be currently employed in an emergency management profession and must have at least five years experience in an emergency profession by the time of graduation. The EMA major requires completion of a general education core curriculum of 42 credit hours, many of which may have been completed at a community college. The degree includes 42 credit hours of advanced professional-development courses within a 120-semester-hour degree plan. Many non-traditional students also transfer credit hours from other four-year universities in Texas and around the nation. At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) must be earned at WTAMU. At least 0 of the final 9 hours to earn the EMA degree must be taken at WTAMU. Because the hours transferred to WTAMU are unique to each student, a student should request a formal degree plan immediately after being admitted to WTAMU. Contact the EMA academic adviser or the Department of Political Science for additional information about the EMA major. University Core Curriculum Requirements (See above.) Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Degree Requirements EMA 10, 450. EMA 440 or ECON 202 if ECON 201 was taken in the General Education Core. POSC 407, 41, 450, 455. POSC 451 or MKT 40. POSC 452 or MGT 0. POSC 454 or MGT 40. POSC 459 or MGT 5. POSC/CRIJ 448 or MGT 411. MCOM 50. Any 000- or 4000-level statistics course (preferably POSC 2. Department of Political Science 111

2 Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) Degree/Bachelor of Science (B.S.) Degree (May be either depending on option selected.) Major in Criminal Justice (Major Code: 1) Criminal justice is an interdisciplinary program. Students select a major track in administration, corrections (community supervision, prison, parole) or policing. University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Requirements Students transferring into the Criminal Justice Program may transfer the following courses: Introduction to Criminal Justice (CRIJ 101), Court Systems and Practices (CRIJ 10), Fundamentals of Criminal Law (CRIJ 110), Correctional Systems and Practices (CRIJ 21) and Police Systems and Practices (CRIJ 228). Those in corrections must take CRIJ 72 in lieu of CRIJ 70 among the required criminal justice classes for this emphasis. An additional six hours of selected academic classes may be accepted upon individual review. Transfer Students Transfer students should be aware that some of the courses required for an associate degree in criminal justice may not apply to baccalaureate degree requirements. Online Degree Students may complete criminal justice degree in administration online. Criminal Justice Core Requirements CRIJ 101, 10, 107, 110. Required Criminal Justice Courses for Emphasis Administration CRIJ 2, 4098(), 440, 448 and 450. Corrections CRIJ 2, 2, 70, 84 or PSYC 424, 4098 (), 440 and 448. Policing CRIJ 228, 2, 84 or PSYC 424, CRIJ 4098 (), 44, 440 and 448. Required Courses from Other Departments All criminal justice majors must take SOCI 101. Administration POSC 41, 450, 454, 455. SOCI 421. Nine semester hours from ACCT 201, CRIJ/SOCI 70, POSC 05, SOCI 402. Three advanced semester hours of CRIJ, POSC, SOCI. Corrections PSYC 201, 50, 40. SOCI 402, 404, 421. Six hours from CRIJ/SOCI 72, CRIJ 74 or SOCI 442 or three advanced semester hours from CRIJ/POSC/SOCI. Policing PSYC 201, 50, 40. SOCI 402, 421 Six hours from CRIJ 22, 74, 424, 42, or SOCI 442. Three advanced semester hours of CRIJ/POSC/SOCI. For information about the master of arts (M.A.) degree in criminal justice studies, refer to the Graduate School section of this catalog. Minor in Criminal Justice At least 18 hours in criminal justice, including three hours from CRIJ 101, 10, 107 or 110, and 15 advanced criminal justice electives. Forensic Science Students planning careers in forensic science should consider a biotechnology major in the Department of Life, Earth and Environmental Sciences with a criminal justice minor. The following courses are recommended for the minor: CRIJ 101, 10, 22, 74, 440, 448. Major in Political Science (Major Code: 110) University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Political Science Core Requirements additional semester hours of political science, including POSC 204, 2, 5, 4 and 24 hours of political science electives. For information about the master of arts (M.A.) degree in political science, refer to the Graduate School section of this catalog. Minor in Political Science 18 hours of political science, including POSC 204, 205, 20 and nine hours of advanced courses. 112 Department of Political Science

3 Major in Legal Studies (Pre-Law) (Major Code: 149) NOTE: Students who plan to seek admission to law school are urged to contact the pre-law adviser in the Department of Political Science early in their University work. Assistance in planning pre-law studies, as well as information regarding admission requirements to various law schools, is available. University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Legal Studies Major Requirements (57 Hours) Core Requirements (15 Hours) POSC 110, 05, 4 or 45. CRIJ 44. CRIJ/POSC 440. Elective Courses 21 hours selected from: FIN 415. BUSI 12. CRIJ 2, 475. ENVR 402. LEGL 17, 174, 50, 58. PHIL 20. POSC 41, 474, 475. Other Requirements 21 hours selected from: ENGL 10. HIST 14, 419, 421. POSC 47. PSYC 7, 455, 40. SCOM 0 or 41. SOCI 402, 442, 485. Free Electives (24 Hours) Minor in Legal Studies Six hours from CRIJ/POSC 110, POSC 05, 4, CRIJ 44. Six hours from PHIL 20, LEGL 17, 174, CRIJ 2. Six hours from ENGL 10, PSYC 455, 40, SOCI 402, 442, 485. Major in Public Service and Administration (Major Code: 120) University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. Public Service and Administration Requirements (42 hours) POSC 407, 41, 450, 452, 454, 455. ACCT 201, 202, 491. BUSI 12. ECON 201, 202, 401 or 42. POSC 2. Major in Social Sciences (Major Code: 121) University Core Curriculum Requirements Refer to the University Core Curriculum section of this catalog. A student electing this major must complete the following 54-hour program from among anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology and sociology: 18 semester hours in each of two social sciences. Nine semester hours in each of two additional social sciences. No one-semester-hour courses may be counted toward the above requirements. Students following this program shall have as their major adviser the head of the department in which they elect to meet one of the 18-semester-hour requirements noted above. Teacher Certification The Department of Political Science offers secondary teacher certification majors in social sciences. Consult the Department of Education section of this catalog for core curriculum, certification majors and interdisciplinary requirements related to programs offered by this department. Department of Political Science 11

4 Emergency Management Administration Bachelor of Applied Arts and Sciences Degree Department of Political Science BAAS.EMA (0) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements HRS ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101), 1407* (102), 1408, 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411 (101), 1412 (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC 111) or (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); PHYS 1401 (101), 1402 (102), 1411, 1412, 2425 (210), 242 (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) AGBE 217 (21), ANTH 251 (201); CRIJ 101 (CJ 105); ECON 201 (ECO 201), 202 (ECO 202), 271; GEOG 102 (202); PSYC 201 (PSY 201); COMM 277 (SCOM 255, 277); SOCI 101 (201); or SOCW 21 (SOWK 201) ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ADMINISTRATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 42 HOURS SEE NOTE I EMA 10 (10) R isk Management EMA 450* (450) Emergency Management Directed Research EMA 440 (NEW) Applied Economics for Emergency Managers NOTE: ECON 202 may be taken to satisfy this requirement if ECON 201 was take in core. POSC 407 (12, 07) Municipal Government POSC 41 (41) POSC 450 (402) Administrative Law Public Administration POSC 455 (40) Public Financial Administration POSC 452 (40) Administrative Management OR MGT 0 (0) Principles of Management POSC 454 (405) Public Personnel Administration OR MGT 40 (40) Critical Issues in Human Resources Management POSC 459* Organizational Theory in the Public Sector OR MGT 5 (5) Organizational Behavior POSC/CRIJ 448 Ethics & the Justice & EMA Systems OR MGT 411 (411) Business Ethics and Society POSC 451* Public Sector and Nonprofit Marketing OR MKT 40 (40) Principles of Marketing MCOM 50 (50) Public Relations and Publicity ANY 000- OR 4000-LEVEL STATISTICS COURSE NOTE: POSC 2 is preferred. ELECTIVES: 4- HOURS BAAS BLOCK transfer of technical/vocational credits, up to a maximum of hours. MINIMUM REQUIRED HOURS TO COMPLETE DEGREE 120 ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, Note: The EMA program is designed for non-traditional students who can complete the program while remaining employed full time in governmental or industrial emergency management positions. Contact the EMA academic adviser or the Department of Political Science for additional information about the EMA major. NOTE II: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Because the hours transferred to WTAMU are unique to each student, EMA students should request a formal degree plan immediately after being admitted to WTAMU. Degree plan requests may be requested online or in the office of the dean of the College of Education and Social Sciences, located in Old Main, Room 410D (or call ). 114 Department of Political Science

5 Criminal Justice Administration Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.CJ.AD (1) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) HRS COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC 111) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); PHYS 1401* (101), 1402* (102), 1411, 1412, 2425* (210), 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Crime in America Introduction to Law ADMINISTRATION EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 18 HOURS CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CRIJ/POSC 448 (CJ 425) Ethics and the Justice and EMA Systems CRIJ 450* (CJ 417) Administration of Criminal Justice Organizations REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 27 HOURS POSC 41 (41) POSC 450 (402) A dministrative Law P ublic Administration POSC 454 (405) Public Personnel Administration POSC 455 (40) Public Financial Administration SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities Take three courses from: ACCT 201 (ACC 21) Principles of Accounting I CRIJ/SOCI 70 (CJ 0) Penology POSC 05 (50) Judicial Process POSC 452 (40) Administrative Management SOCI 402* (402) Criminology ADVANCED CRIJ, POSC OR SOCI ELECTIVE BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. ELECTIVES: 5-9 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT 9-8 ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 115

6 Criminal Justice Administration Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.CJ.AD (1) OM CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) HRS COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) CRIMINAL JUSTICE ADMINISTRATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) Crime in America CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Introduction to Law ADMINISTRATION EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 18 HOURS CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CRIJ 448 (CJ 425) Ethics in the Justice and EMA Systems CRIJ 450* (CJ 417) Administration of Criminal Justice Organizations REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 27 HOURS POSC 41 (41) POSC 450 (402) A dministrative Law P ublic Administration POSC 454 (405) Public Personnel Administration POSC 455 (40) Public Financial Administration SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities Take three courses from: ACCT 201 (ACC 21) Principles of Accounting I CRIJ/SOCI 70 (CJ 0) Penology POSC 05 (50) Judicial Process POSC 452 (40) Administrative Management SOCI 402* (402) Criminology ADVANCED CRIJ, POSC OR SOCI ELECTIVE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: 1-15 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 11 Department of Political Science

7 Criminal Justice Corrections Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.CJ.CORR (1) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) HRS COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORRECTIONS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) Crime in America CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Introduction to Law CORRECTIONS EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 24 HOURS CRIJ 2 (CJ 08) Law of Corrections CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 70 (CJ 0) Penology CRIJ 84 Drug Abuse, Crime and Society OR PSYC 424* (PSY 480) Drugs and Behavior CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CRIJ/POSC 448 (CJ 425) Ethics and the Justice and EMA Systems REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 24 HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology PSYC 50* (PSY 02) Social Psychology PSYC 40* (PSY 42, 0) Abnormal Psychology SOCI 402* (402) Criminology SOCI 404* (404) Community Corrections SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities CRIJ /SOCI 72 (CJ 10) Prisons in America CRIJ 74 (18) Victimology SOCI 442 (42) Juvenile Delinquency ADVANCED CRIJ, POSC, OR SOCI ELECTIVE BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. ELECTIVES: 2- HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ELECTIVES ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, students are allowed and encouraged to request an official degree plan by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 117

8 Criminal Justice Corrections Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.CJ.CORR (1) OM CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) HRS CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORRECTIONS MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) Crime in America CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Introduction to Law CORRECTIONS EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 24 HOURS CRIJ 2 (CJ 08) Law of Corrections CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 70 (CJ 0) Penology CRIJ 84 Drug Abuse, Crime and Society OR PSYC 424* (PSY 480) Drugs and Behavior CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CRIJ/POSC 448 (CJ 425) Ethics and the Justice and EMA Systems REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 24 HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology PSYC 50* (PSY 02) Social Psychology PSYC 40* (PSY 42, 0) Abnormal Psychology SOCI 402* (402) Criminology SOCI 404* (404) Community Corrections SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities CRIJ /SOCI 72 (CJ 10) Prisons in America CRIJ 74 (18) Victimology SOCI 442 (42) Juvenile Delinquency ADVANCED CRIJ, POSC, OR SOCI ELECTIVE BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ELECTIVES ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, students are allowed and encouraged to request an official degree plan by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 118 Department of Political Science

9 Criminal Justice Policing Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.CJ.POLICING (1) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) HRS COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Crime in America Introduction to Law POLICING EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 24 HOURS CRIJ 228 (CJ 205) Contemporary Policing CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 84 Drug Abuse, Crime and Society OR PSYC 424* (PSY 480) Drugs and Behavior CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CRIJ 44 (CJ 409) Criminal Law CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CRIJ/POSC 448 (CJ 425) Ethics and the Justice and EMA Systems REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 24 HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology PSYC 50* (PSY 02) Social Psychology PSYC 40* (PSY 42, 0) Abnormal Psychology SOCI 402* (402) Criminology SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities CRIJ 22 (CJ 0) Criminal Investigation CRIJ 74 (18) Victimology CRIJ 424 (421) Community Policing CRIJ 42 (419) Managing Police Organizations SOCI 442 (42) Juvenile Delinquency HOURS OF ADVANCED CRIJ/POSC/SOCI (CRIMINAL JUSTICE, POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIOLOGY) BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. ELECTIVES: 2- HOURS ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as Business Math II (MATH 125), Pre-Calculus (MATH 2412), etc. It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 119

10 Criminal Justice Policing Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.CJ.POLICING (1) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements HRS ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) CRIMINAL JUSTICE POLICING MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology CRIMINAL JUSTICE CORE REQUIREMENTS: 12 HOURS CRIJ 101 (CJ 105) Introduction to Criminal Justice CRIJ 10 (CJ 109) Court Systems and Practices CRIJ 107 (CJ 10) CRIJ 110 (CJ 107) Crime in America Introduction to Law POLICING EMPHASIS REQUIREMENTS: 24 HOURS CRIJ 228 (CJ 205) Contemporary Policing CRIJ 2 (CJ 2) Statistics for the Social Sciences CRIJ 84 Drug Abuse, Crime and Society OR PSYC 424* (PSY 480) Drugs and Behavior CRIJ 4098 (CJ 404) Internship CRIJ 44 (CJ 409) Criminal Law CRIJ 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused CRIJ/POSC 448 (CJ 425) Ethics and the Justice and EMA Systems REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 24 HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology PSYC 50* (PSY 02) Social Psychology PSYC 40* (PSY 42, 0) Abnormal Psychology SOCI 402* (402) Criminology SOCI 421* (421) Racial and Cultural Minorities CRIJ 22 (CJ 0) Criminal Investigation CRIJ 74 (18) Victimology CRIJ 424 (421) Community Policing CRIJ 42 (419) Managing Police Organizations SOCI 442 (42) Juvenile Delinquency HOURS OF ADVANCED CRIJ/POSC/SOCI (CRIMINAL JUSTICE, POLITICAL SCIENCE, SOCIOLOGY) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: HOURS) ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, It is possible to take only three hours of internship. See department adviser about possible substitutions if needed. NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 120 Department of Political Science

11 STARR Center Political Science Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.POSC (110) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: HOURS HRS ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or POSC 270; 20 (102) AGBE 217 (21), ANTH 251 (201); CRIJ 101 (CJ 105); ECON 201 (ECO 201), 202 (ECO 202), 271; GEOG 102 (202); PSYC 201 (PSY 201); COMM 277 (SCOM 255, 277); SOCI 101 (201); or SOCW 21 (SOWK 201) ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: HOURS POSC 204 Introduction to Political Science POSC 2 (2) Statistics for the Social Sciences POSC 5 (1) P olitical Thought POSC 4 (442) American Constitutional Development POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES Take 24 hours of political science electives, 15 of which must be advanced. ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. ELECTIVES: 2-0 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT SEE NOTE ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) -8 * Indicates prerequisites see catalog for more information. ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 121

12 Political Science Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.POSC (110) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: HOURS HRS ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) AGBE 217 (21), ANTH 251 (201); CRIJ 101 (CJ 105); ECON 201 (ECO 201), 202 (ECO 202), 271; GEOG 102 (202); PSYC 201 (PSY 201); COMM 277 (SCOM 255, 277); SOCI 101 (201); or SOCW 21 (SOWK 201) ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) POLITICAL SCIENCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: HOURS POSC 204 Introduction to Political Science POSC 2 (2) Statistics for the Social Sciences POSC 5 (1) P olitical Thought POSC 4 (442) American Constitutional Development POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVES Take 24 hours of political science electives, 15 of which must be advanced. ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE ADVANCED POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) POLITICAL SCIENCE ELECTIVE (ANY LEVEL) BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: 4- HOURS BY ADVISEMENT SEE NOTE ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 122 Department of Political Science

13 Pre-Law Studies Bachelor of Arts/Science Degree Department of Political Science BA.PRE.LAW.STUDIES (149) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) HRS PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) PRE-LAW STUDIES MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology OR SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology PRE-LAW STUDIES CORE REQUIREMENTS: 15 HOURS POSC 110 (107) POSC 05 (50) I ntroduction to Law J udicial Process POSC 4 (442) American Constitutional Development OR POSC 45 (44) American Constitutional Limitations CRIJ 44 (CJ 409) C riminal Law CRIJ/POSC 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 21 HOURS Take seven courses (21 hours) from: BUSI 12* (GBUS 12) Business Law CRIJ 2 (CJ 08) Law of Corrections CRIJ/POSC/SOCI 475 Capital Punishment cont. 21 ENVR 402* (ESC 402) Environmental Law FIN 415* (ACC 415, ACCT 415) Contemporary Issues in Tax Planning and Finance LEGL 17 (10) Legal Research and Terminology LEGL 174 (104) Advanced Legal Research & Writing LEGL 50 (50) Legal Ethics LEGL 58 (58) Civil Litigation PHIL 20 (20) Logic POSC 41 (41) Administrative Law POSC 474 (425) International Law and Organization REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 21 HOURS Take seven courses (21 hours) from: ENGL 10* (ENG 2) Vocabulary Building HIST 14 (470) United States Since 1945 HIST 419 (482) U.S. Environmental History HIST 421 (01) Civil Rights Movements in the United States POSC 47 (471) American Political Thought PSYC 55* (425) Theories of Personality PSYC 0* (42) Abnormal Psychology PSYC 7* (PSY 0) Forensic Psychology SCOM 0* (0) Communication in the Legal Process OR SCOM 41* (41) Persuasion SOCI 485* (485) Sociology of Law SOCI 42 (42) Juvenile Delinquency SOCI 402* (402) Criminology BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: -14 HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. (See NOTE I below) ELECTIVES: 5-15 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE I: HIST 14, 419 and 421 (if chosen from Required Courses from Other Departments ) will count toward this requirement. NOTE II: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, students are allowed and encouraged to request an official degree plan by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 12

14 Pre-Law Studies Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.PRE.LAW.STUDIES (149) OM CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements HRS ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) PRE-LAW STUDIES MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 0 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS PSYC 201 (PSY 201) General Psychology OR SOCI 101 (201) Introduction to Sociology PRE-LAW STUDIES CORE REQUIREMENTS: 15 HOURS POSC 110 (107) POSC 05 (50) I ntroduction to Law J udicial Process POSC 4 (442) American Constitutional Development OR POSC 45 (44) American Constitutional Limitations CRIJ 44 (CJ 409) C riminal Law CRIJ/POSC 440 (CJ 415) Constitutional Rights of the Accused ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: 21 HOURS Take seven courses (21 hours) from: BUSI 12* (GBUS 12) Business Law CRIJ 2 (CJ 08) Law of Corrections CRIJ/POSC/SOCI 475 Capital Punishment cont. 21 ENVR 402* (ESC 402) Environmental Law FIN 415* (ACC 415, ACCT 415) Contemporary Issues in Tax Planning and Finance LEGL 17 (10) Legal Research and Terminology LEGL 174 (104) Advanced Legal Research & Writing LEGL 50 (50) Legal Ethics LEGL 58 (58) Civil Litigation PHIL 20 (20) Logic POSC 41 (41) Administrative Law POSC 474 (425) International Law and Organization REQUIRED COURSES FROM OTHER DEPARTMENTS: 21 HOURS Take seven courses (21 hours) from: ENGL 10* (ENG 2) Vocabulary Building HIST 14 (470) United States Since 1945 HIST 419 (482) U.S. Environmental History HIST 421 (01) Civil Rights Movements in the United States POSC 47 (471) American Political Thought PSYC 55* (425) Theories of Personality PSYC 0* (42) Abnormal Psychology PSYC 7* (PSY 0) Forensic Psychology SCOM 0* (0) Communication in the Legal Process OR SCOM 41* (41) Persuasion SOCI 485* (485) Sociology of Law SOCI 42 (42) Juvenile Delinquency SOCI 402* (402) Criminology BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, and physics. ELECTIVES: 1-15 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT 21 ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE I: HIST 14, 419 and 421 (if chosen from Required Courses from Other Departments ) will count toward this requirement. NOTE II: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 124 Department of Political Science

15 Public Service and Administration Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.PUBLIC.ADM (120) OM ACCT 201 (ACC 21) Principles of Accounting I CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements HRS ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 42 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS ECON 201 (ECO 201) Principles of Macroeconomics PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: 9 HOURS All 000- and 4000-level courses require three semester hours of political science unless otherwise indicated. POSC 407* (12, 07) Municipal Government POSC 2* (2) Statistics for the Social Sciences POSC 41* (41) POSC 450* (402) A dministrative Law P ublic Administration POSC 452* (40) Administrative Management POSC 454* (405) Public Personnel Administration POSC 455* (40) Public Financial Administration ACCT 202* (ACC 22) Principles of Accounting II ACCT 491* (ACC 491) Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting BUSI 12* (GBUS 12) B usiness Law ECON 202 (ECO 202) Principles of Microeconomics ECON 401* (ECO 401) Industrial Organization and Regulation OR ECON 42* (42) Economics of the Public Sector BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. ELECTIVES: 2-27 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT SEE NOTE ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) -8 ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, students are allowed and encouraged to request an official degree plan by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 125

16 Public Service and Administration Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.PUBLIC.ADM (120) OM ACCT 201 (ACC 21) Principles of Accounting I CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: 9-41 HOURS Number of hours does not include specific core requirements HRS ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) See University Core Requirements below () ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 42 HOURS UNIVERSITY CORE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS ECON 201 (ECO 201) Principles of Macroeconomics PUBLIC SERVICE AND ADMINISTRATION REQUIREMENTS: 9 HOURS All 000- and 4000-level courses require three semester hours of political science unless otherwise indicated. POSC 407* (12, 07) Municipal Government POSC 2* (2) Statistics for the Social Sciences POSC 41* (41) POSC 450* (402) A dministrative Law P ublic Administration POSC 452* (40) Administrative Management POSC 454* (405) Public Personnel Administration POSC 455* (40) Public Financial Administration ACCT 202* (ACC 22) Principles of Accounting II ACCT 491* (ACC 491) Governmental and Non-Profit Accounting BUSI 12* (GBUS 12) B usiness Law ECON 202 (ECO 202) Principles of Microeconomics ECON 401* (ECO 401) Industrial Organization and Regulation OR ECON 42* (42) Economics of the Public Sector BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: 1- HOURS BY ADVISEMENT SEE NOTE ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 12 Department of Political Science

17 Social Sciences Bachelor of Arts Degree Department of Political Science BA.SOCIAL.SCI (121) OM 414B (80)51-24 CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: HOURS HRS SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL 1401 (GESC ) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) AGBE 217 (21), ANTH 251 (201); CRIJ 101 (CJ 105); ECON 201 (ECO 201), 202 (ECO 202), 271; GEOG 102 (202); PSYC 201 (PSY 201); COMM 277 (SCOM 255, 277); SOCI 101 (201); or SOCW 21 (SOWK 201) ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 54 HOURS Take 18 semester hours in each of two social sciences (anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology). Also, take nine semester hours in each of two additional social sciences. No one-semester-hour courses may be counted toward these requirements. (See NOTE) SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT BACHELOR OF ARTS REQUIREMENTS: -14 HOURS Six hours of foreign language. Six hours chosen from art, English, history, modern languages, music, philosophy and theatre. 0- ELECTIVES: HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) -8 Core curriculum courses should be taken during the first two years of enrollment. ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: Students will be advised by the head of the department in which they elect to meet one of the 18-semester-hour requirements. At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. Department of Political Science 127

18 Social Sciences Bachelor of Science Degree Department of Political Science BS.SOCIAL.SCI (121) OM 414B (80)51-24 CORE CURRICULUM COURSES: HOURS HRS SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT ENGL 101 (ENG 101); 102* (ENG 102) or 211* (ENG 270) COMM 115 (SCOM 101, 115), 118 (SCOM 10, 118), or 121 (SCOM 201, 121) MATH 114* (110), 124* (115), 12*/**, 2412*, or 241* Natural Sciences (0) PSES 101 (21), 107 (112); ANSC 119 (121); BIOL 140 (101) or 1408, 1407* (102) or 1409*, 1411 (122), 141 (121); CHEM 1405 (121), 1411* (101), 1412* (102); GEOL (GESC 111) or 140 (GEOL 101), 1402 (GESC 112), 1404 (GEOL 102); 242* (211) ENGL 221*, 22*, 21*, 241*, 24*; HIST 211 (110), 22 (NEW), 272 (210); MCOM 107 (MC 107); PHIL 101 (101), 274 (204); SPAN 212*/*** (207) or SPAN 215*/*** HUMA 115 (FA 101); ARTS 10 (ART 151), ARTS 104 (ART 152); DANC 20; MUSI 10 (MUS 101) or 1208 and 1209; or THRE 110 (105) Social and Behavioral Sciences (0) HIST 101 (201) or 10; 102 or 104; 201; 281 (NEW) POSC 205 (101) or 270; 20 (102) AGBE 217 (21), ANTH 251 (201); CRIJ 101 (CJ 105); ECON 201 (ECO 201), 202 (ECO 202), 271; GEOG 102 (202); PSYC 201 (PSY 201); COMM 277 (SCOM 255, 277); SOCI 101 (201); or SOCW 21 (SOWK 201) ANSC 270; CIDM 1105, 101 (CIS, IDM 101), 115 (CIS, IDM 1-115), 245; CS 101; IDS 1071; PHIL 20 (20) SOCIAL SCIENCE MAJOR REQUIREMENTS: 54 HOURS Take 18 semester hours in each of two social sciences (anthropology, economics, geography, history, political science, psychology, and sociology). Also, take nine semester hours in each of two additional social sciences. No one-semester-hour courses may be counted toward these requirements. (See NOTE) SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT SECOND SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT T HIRD SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT FOURTH SOCIAL SCIENCE SUBJECT BACHELOR OF SCIENCE REQUIREMENTS: HOURS Six hours chosen from biology, chemistry, geology, geosciences, mathematics, physics and natural sciences. ELECTIVES: 1-18 HOURS BY ADVISEMENT ELECTIVES (ADVANCED) Core curriculum courses should be taken during the first two years of enrollment. ** While MATH 12 will fulfill core math requirements for students in the catalog, it will NOT prepare them for math beyond MATH 12 such as MATH 125, NOTE: Students will be advised by the head of the department in which they elect to meet one of the 18-semester-hour requirements. At least 9 hours of advanced work (000- or 4000-level courses) for which tuition is paid must be earned at WTAMU, and 0 of the final hours counted toward the degree must be earned at WTAMU. A maximum of six semester hours in religion and six semester hours in physical education (PHED) courses can count toward a baccalaureate degree. Note: This is NOT a degree plan. Before completion of 0 hours, by using the online Request for a Degree Plan form. If unable to use the online form, students can also submit a request in Old Main, Room 424 (or call ). After completing 0 hours, students will not be allowed to progress without requesting a degree plan. 128 Department of Political Science

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