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Concentrations

Majors complete a departmental concentration concurrently with the core and area courses. Conditional upon approval by the concentration advisor, one of these courses may be outside the named department but taught by a faculty member with the relevant expertise. See the concentration advisor for concentration-specific questions.

Concentrations

PPEL Concentration in Economics

Erik Craft (Economics) and Jonathan Wight (Economics), Advisors

Seven units, including:

ECON 102 Principles of Macroeconomics

ECON 271 Microeconomic Theory

One unit chosen from:

ECON 231 Law and Economics

ECON 233 Ethics and Economics

Two elective units in Economics at the 200 or 300 level

One elective in Philosophy

One elective in Political Science

PPEL Concentration in Politics

Stephen Simon (Political Science), Advisor

Seven units, including:

Five elective units in Political Science

One elective in Philosophy

One elective in Economics (ECON 102 or 200 level or higher Economics course)

PPEL Concentration in Philosophy

Geoff Goddu (Philosophy) and Nancy Schauber (Philosophy), Advisors

Seven units, including:

Four elective units in Philosophy

One elective in Political Science

One elective in Economics (ECON 102 or 200 level or higher Economics course)

One unit chosen from: PHIL 271 Ancient Greek Philosophy or PHIL 272 Modern European Philosophy