Students interested in the
Presidential Studies Minor should contact Dr. Giammo
(501) 683-7220 or firstname.lastname@example.org
to make an advising appointment; you can be advised on campus or via e-mail.
Get advised early in order to get enrolled in the classes you want.
To declare a minor in Presidential
Studies, contact the chair of your major department to complete a "change
of major/minor" form. Once you file this form, requirements
for the Presidential Studies minor will be added to your degree plan.
Answers to general advising
questions can be found in the UALR Registration Guide: http://boss.ualr.edu/DirClasses.htm
The following is a list of
upcoming course offerings in the Presidential Studies Minor. You can pick
up a hard copy of the list and a Presidential Studies brochure at Dr.
Giammo's office, Stabler 603A.
Upcoming Course Offerings in the Presidential Studies Minor
- POLS 3320, American
Presidency, offered both in the Summer and in the Fall
Two Designated History Courses (6 hours)
- HIST 3355, American
Civil War and Reconstruction, 1848-1876, offered in the Summer
- HIST 3358, Recent America: The U.S., 1939-present, offered in the Fall
Two Designated Political Science Courses (6 hours)
- POLS 3301, Seminar:
Election Process, offered in the Summer
- POLS 3331/PADM 3331, Public
Administration*, offered in the Fall
One Designated Presidential
Studies Elective Course (3 hours):
- RHET 4306, Writing
for Business and Government, offered in the Fall
- HIST 4391, Seminar
in United States History, offered in the Fall
- HIST 4395, History
Internship*** , offered in the Fall
- POLS 3348, Internship
I*** , offered in the Fall
- POLS 4348, Internship
II*** , offered in the Fall
- RHET 4399, Senior Project ***, offered in the Fall
can take either POLS 3331 or PADM 3331, but not both; this one
course is cross-listed in both Political Science and Public Administration.
can take either POLS 4387 or HIST 4387, but not both; this one
course is cross-listed in both Political Science and History.
|Internships and Senior Projects
may count as contingent electives, with the prior approval of
the Coordinator, when the Internís placement or topic of the project is directly related
to a presidential theme.