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The Institute for Regional Analysis & Public Policy, MSU's Program of Distinction, offers an emphasis of 18 hours in regional analysis combined with the government major.
Students are expected to possess:
GOVT 230 — Introduction to Comparative Politics (HUM2) - 3GOVT 499C — Senior Seminar - 3General Education Requirements - 36Refer to the general education requirements for a complete listing for the University.
Required Introductory Courses - 12
GOVT 141 — United States Government - 3GOVT 180 — Introduction to Political Theory - 3GOVT 230 — Introduction to Comparative Politics - 3GOVT 289 — Methods of Political Inquiry - 3Group I ElectivesSelect three from the following:GOVT 344 — Kentucky Government - 3GOVT 347 — American Public Policy - 3GOVT 351 — Public Administration - 3GOVT 364 — International Relations - 3GOVT 242 — State and Local Government - 3GOVT 329 — North American Politics: United States and Canada - 3Group II Free ElectivesAny GOVT electives including courses not selected in group I.Regional Analysis Courses - 18RAPP 201 — Society, Nature, & Development - 3RAPP 202 — Basic Computer Tech in Reg Analysis - 3RAPP 300 — Seminar in Regional Issues I - 3RAPP 350 — Practicing Regional Analysis I - 3RAPP 450 — Practicing Regional Analysis II - 3RAPP 490 — Seminar in Regional Issues II - 3 General Electives - 45Degree Requirements Total - 120
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