Studies in Political Economy Pathway

 The Studies in Political Economy Pathway explores interaction between markets and governments from 
 a variety of disciplinary perspectives, providing students with the opportunity to analyze traditions,
 controversies, and questions related to democracy and capitalism.

Your Pathway must contain 4 courses drawn from at least 3 of the disciplinary areas listed below.  Honors, special-topics, and study-abroad courses may be used in Pathways if they have been approved for this purpose.

Ethics and Justice
REST 231 Social Ethics and Economics
History (maximum 2 courses)
HIST 226 American History to 1877
HIST 227 American History Since 1877
HIST 228 American Since 1945
HIST 249 Early Modern Europe
HIST 252 Modern Europe
HIST 263 Eastern Europe and Russia from 1928 to the Present
HIST 269 Modern Asia
HIST 271 Modern China
PHIL 234 Social & Political Philosophy
PHIL 340 Marx & Marxism
Social Science (maximum 2 courses)
ECON 104 Principles of Macroeconomics *prereq ECON 103
ECON 150 Economics of Social Issues
GBST 103 Introduction to Global Issues *cross-listed POSC 103 and CSCU 103; open only to students with a declared GBST minor at the time of registration
POSC 110 American National Government
POSC 232 Classical Political Thought *prereq POSC 112
POSC 233 Modern Political Thought *prereq POSC 112
POSC 236 Politics of Developing Areas *prereq POSC 111
POSC 251 European Politics *prereq POSC 111 or 113
POSC 252 Comparative Politics of Russia/Eastern Europe *prereq POSC 111
POSC 325 Political Economy: Rise of the Asia-Pacific *prereq POSC 111 or POSC 113, or instructor permission