Campaigns and Elections Minor

 

Twelve hours in P.S. courses, to include PS 101 (American Government) and PS 311 (research methods).  No more than six hours in any other discipline.  Twenty-one hour minor.  Students would be strongly encouraged to serve in an internship position with a campaign to complete their minor (3-6 hours credit, three of which could count towards their twelve hours of PS.)

PS 301 – State and Local Politics

PS 303 – American Political Movements

PS 305 – Religion and Politics

PS 311 – Research Methods and Statistics

PS 401 – Political Socialization

PS 403 – Politics and the Environment

PS 405 – Women and Politics

PS 406 – Political Parties and Interest Groups

PS 493 – Internship

PHI 356 – Ethics

ECO 201 - Macroeconomics

ACC 200 – Introduction to Financial Accounting

MKT 300 – Principles of Marketing

MKT 322 – Creative marketing

MKT 365 – Consumer Behavior

MCJ 329 – Issues in Advertising

MCJ 424 – Public Opinion, Mass Communication, and Society

MCJ 421 – Public Relations

CMS 303 – Argumentation and Debate

CMS 403 – Political Communication

CMS 415 – Rhetorical Criticism

CMS 450 – Propaganda and Persuasion

CMS 455 – Freedom and Responsibility of Speech

CMS 460 – Public Advocacy and Advanced Argumentation

 

Dr. McBride is the advisor for the Campaigns and Elections Minor. Please contact him with any further questions at allan.mcbride@usm.edu.