Jun 22, 2024  
2020-2021 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog 
    
2020-2021 Undergraduate and Graduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Course Descriptions


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Texas Tech offers nearly 5,000 courses as part of its curriculum. These courses are listed alphabetically by subject prefix within each college and departmental section of this catalog. The courses appear in numerical order, moving from beginning freshman or developmental level courses to graduate, research, and professional courses.

Not all courses listed in this catalog are offered every year. An online class schedule published before each registration period indicates courses that will be available during the upcoming term or semester and when each class will meet. The class schedule can be found at (www.depts.ttu.edu/officialpublications/class_schedule/index.php). The university reserves the right to cancel any scheduled course or withdraw any program from the list of offerings when the best interests of the institution require such action.

Courses are designated by a subject prefix and number along with a descriptive title. Learn more  about interpreting the course descriptions found throughout the catalog.

 

PHYS - Physics (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • PHYS 3301 - Principles of Physics IV: Introduction to Quantum Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 1408  and MATH 2450 . Corequisites: PHYS 3201  or PHYS 3101 . Failure of classical physics in the microscopic realm, development and fundamentals of quantum theory, applications to atoms, molecules, solids, nuclei, and particles.
  
  • PHYS 3302 - Cosmophysics: The Universe as a Physics Lab

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 3301 . Deals with topics from astrophysics, cosmology, and cosmic ray physics of interest to all physicists.
  
  • PHYS 3304 - Intermediate Physics Laboratory

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 3301  and PHYS 2305 . Laboratory course on advanced physical principles. Experiments in atomic, molecular, solid state, and nuclear, and particle physics as well as relativity, electricity and magnetism including data acquisition and analyses. (CL)
  
  • PHYS 3305 - Electricity and Magnetism

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 2401  and PHYS 4325 , MATH 3350 , or MATH 3354 . Electrostatics, dielectric materials, Maxwell’s equations, currents, and magnetostatics.
  
  • PHYS 3306 - Electricity and Magnetism

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 3305  and PHYS 4325 , MATH 3351 , or MATH 4354 . Magnetic properties of materials, electrodynamics, electromagnetic waves, waveguides and resonators, interaction with matter, AC circuits, radiation.
  
  • PHYS 3400 - Fundamentals of Physics

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: Education majors only; preference given to EC or HDFS; instructor approval. Teaches the fundamentals of physics and strategies for teaching these fundamentals. Not open to engineering, science, or mathematics majors.
  
  • PHYS 3401 - Optics

    4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: C or better in PHYS 3301  or PHYS 2402. Covers geometrical and physical optics, waves, reflection, scattering, polarization, interference, diffraction, modern optics, and optical instrumentation. (CL)
  
  • PHYS 4000 - Independent Study

    V1-4 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Approval of advisor. Study of advanced topics of current interest under direct supervision of a faculty member.
  
  • PHYS 4301 - Computational Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: C or better in PHYS 1408 , PHYS 2305 , PHYS 2401 , and PHYS 2402 or PHYS 3301 . Numerical modeling of physical systems. Data acquisition and analysis. Graphics for displaying complex results. Quadrature schemes, solution of equations.
  
  • PHYS 4302 - Statistical and Thermal Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: C or better in PHYS 3301  or PHYS 2402, and MATH 3350 , MATH 3354 , or PHYS 4325 . Introduction to statistical methods in physics. Formulation of thermodynamics and statistical mechanics from a unified viewpoint with applications from classical and quantum physics.
  
  • PHYS 4304 - Mechanics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 1408  and PHYS 4325 , MATH 3350 , or MATH 3354 , or department chair consent. Dynamics of particles and extended bodies, both rigid and fluid, using Newtonian mechanics and the Euler-Lagrange equations from Hamilton’s principle. Nonlinear systems and chaos with numerical modeling. Applications of the Navier Stokes equation.
  
  • PHYS 4306 - Capstone Project

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Senior standing in physics major. Research in a current topic in physics and astronomy with a faculty mentor culminating in an oral presentation and a written report. (CL)
  
  • PHYS 4307 - Quantum Mechanics I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 3301  or PHYS 2402, and MATH 3351 MATH 4354  or PHYS 4325 . Introduction to fundamental concepts in quantum mechanics: probability, normalization, operators, solutions to Schrodinger equation for various potentials. Discussion of quantum mechanics in 3D, generalized uncertainty principle, angular momentum and hydrogen atom.
  
  • PHYS 4308 - Quantum Mechanics II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 4307 . Review of quantum mechanics, time-independent and dependent perturbation theory, variational principle, WKB approximation, the adiabatic approximation and scattering.
  
  • PHYS 4309 - Solid State Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: C or better in PHYS 3305  and knowledge of elementary quantum mechanics. The structural, thermal, electric, and magnetic properties of crystalline solids. Free electron theory of metals. Concept of energy bands and elementary semiconductor physics.
  
  • PHYS 4312 - Nuclear and Particle Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in PHYS 4307 . Deals with modern nuclear physics covering such topics as nuclear structure models, radioactivity, nuclear reactions, elementary particles, nuclear conservation, forces, and symmetry.
  
  • PHYS 4325 - Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C or better in MATH 2450 . Vectors and coordinate systems, vector and scalar fields, ordinary differential equations, boundary-value problems and partial differential equations. [MATH 4325 ]
  
  • PHYS 4326 - Mathematical Methods in Physical Sciences II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Preqrequisit: C or better in PHYS 4325 . Calculus of variations, an introduction to complex analysis special functions, integral transforms. [MATH 4326 ]
  
  • PHYS 4350 - Relativity

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: C- or better in PHYS 3305 . Prerequisite or corequisite: C- or better in PHYS 4304 . Introduction to spacetime, differential geometry, special and general relativity; with applications to black holes, cosmology, and gravitational waves.

PHYS - Physics (Graduate Courses)

  
  • PHYS 5000 - Independent Study

    V1-3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Permission of the instructor and the graduate advisor. Offers independent study under the direct supervision of a faculty member. Not to be used for thesis or dissertation research or writing.
  
  • PHYS 5001 - Master’s Internship

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Permission of the internship coordinator. Internship in an industrial or research laboratory setting. Arranged through the department and directly related to degree program.
  
  • PHYS 5101 - Seminar

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Must be taken by every graduate student for at least the first four semesters. Taken pass/fail.
  
  • PHYS 5104 - Instructional Laboratory Techniques in Physics

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Laboratory organization and instructional techniques. Must be taken by all teaching assistants when on appointment.
  
  • PHYS 5274 - Physics Pedagogy

    2 Semester Credit Hours
    A course in teaching methods and pedagogy for physics laboratories and recitations.
  
  • PHYS 5300 - Special Topics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Approval of graduate advisor and/or department chair. Topics in semiconductor, plasma, surface, particle physics, spectroscopy, and others. May be repeated in different areas.
  
  • PHYS 5301 - Quantum Mechanics I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Experimental basis and history, wave equation, Schrodinger equation, harmonic oscillator, piecewise constant potentials, WKB approximation, central forces and angular momentum, hydrogen atom, spin, two-level systems, and scattering. M.S. and Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 5302 - Quantum Mechanics II

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5301  or equivalent. Quantum dynamics, rotations, bound-state and time-dependent perturbation theory, identical particles, atomic and molecular structure, electromagnetic interactions, and formal scattering theory. Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 5303 - Electromagnetic Theory

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Electrostatics and magnetostatics, time varying fields, Maxwell’s equations and conservation laws, electromagnetic waves in materials and in waveguides. M.S. and Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 5304 - Solid State Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5301  or equivalent. A survey of the microscopic properties of crystalline solids. Major topics include lattice structures, vibrational properties, electronic band structure, and electronic transport.
  
  • PHYS 5305 - Statistical Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Elements of probability theory and statistics; foundations of kinetic theory. Gibb’s statistical mechanics, the method of Darwin and Fowler, derivation of the laws of macroscopic thermodynamics from statistical considerations; other selected applications in both classical and quantum physics. M.S. and Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 5306 - Classical Dynamics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Lagrangian dynamics and variational principles. Kinematics and dynamics of two-body scattering. Rigid body dynamics. Hamiltonian dynamics, canonical transformations, and Hamilton-Jacobi theory of discrete and continuous systems. M.S. and Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 5307 - Methods in Physics I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Provides first-year graduate students the necessary skill in mathematical methods for graduate courses in physical sciences; applications such as coordinate systems, vector and tensor analysis, matrices, group theory, functions of a complex variable, variational methods, Fourier series, integral transforms, Sturm-Liouville theory, eigenvalues and functions, Green functions, special functions and boundary value problems. Tools course.
  
  • PHYS 5308 - Molecular Biophysics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Study of the physics of the structures and dynamics of biological molecules and assemblies at the molecular level. Required for students in biophysics research.
  
  • PHYS 5309 - Methods in Biophysics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Study of experimental and computational methods in biophysics. Requires an individual research project. Mandatory for students in biophysics research.
  
  • PHYS 5311 - Nuclear Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5301 . Deals with nuclear physics covering such topics as nuclear structure models, interactions, reactions, scattering, and resonance. Nuclear energy is discussed as an application. Deals with nuclear physics covering such topics as nuclear structure models, interactions, reactions, scattering, and resonance. Nuclear energy is discussed as an application.
  
  • PHYS 5312 - Elementary Particle Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: PHYS 5302 , PHYS 5303 . The role of symmetries, gauge theories, and the Standard Model. First-order Feynman diagram calculations aided by computing tools and comparison with the experimental data. Experimental techniques and detectors in particle physics.
  
  • PHYS 5322 - Computational Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Numerical modeling of physical systems. Data acquisition and analysis. Graphics for displaying complex results. Quadrature schemes and solution of equations. Use of minicomputers and microcomputers. Tools course.
  
  • PHYS 5330 - Semiconductor Materials and Processing

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Survey of semiconductor materials deposition, characterization, and processing techniques with emphasis on the fundamental physical interactions underlying device processing steps.
  
  • PHYS 5335 - Physics of Semiconductors

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Theoretical description of the physical and electrical properties of semiconductors; Band structures, vibrational properties and phonons, defects, transport and carrier statistics, optical properties, and quantum confinement.
  
  • PHYS 5336 - Device Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Principles of semiconductor devices; description of modeling of p/n junctions, transistors, and other basic units in integrated circuits; relationship between physical structures and electrical parameters.
  
  • PHYS 5371 - Conceptual Physics for Teachers

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Inquiry-based course in elementary physical principles of mechanics, heat, electricity, and magnetism.
  
  • PHYS 5372 - Astronomy for Teachers

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Inquiry-based course in solar system, stellar, and galactic astronomy. Discusses history of human understanding of the universe.
  
  • PHYS 5373 - Mathematical Modeling of the Physical World

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Studies how and why mathematics is used to model physical situations and uses physical examples extensively.
  
  • PHYS 5374 - Research Experience in Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Motivates physics/education research activities. Discusses scientific method, research plans, literature searches, data collection and analysis. Designed for math/science teachers; not allowed for physics majors.
  
  • PHYS 6000 - Master’s Thesis

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
  
  • PHYS 6002 - Master’s Report

    V1-6 Semester Credit Hours
  
  • PHYS 6304 - Condensed Matter Physics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5304 . Problems of current interest in condensed matter physics. Topics include transport properties in solids, superconductivity, magnetism, semiconductors, and related topics.
  
  • PHYS 6305 - Statistical Mechanics II: Critical Phenomena

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Equilibrium treatments of strongly interacting systems, phase transitions, and critical phenomena; mean field and Landau theories, scaling and critical exponents, renormalization approach, disorder and percolation.
  
  • PHYS 6306 - Advanced Electromagnetic Theory

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5303 . Classical theory of electromagnetic fields, radiation, scattering and diffraction, special theory of relativity and electrodynamics, special topics. Ph.D. core course.
  
  • PHYS 6309 - Advanced Quantum Mechanics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: PHYS 5302 . Scattering, second quantization, charge particle interactions, path integral, Klein-Gordon and Dirac equations, many electron systems.
  
  • PHYS 6312 - Quantum Field Theory I

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: PHYS 5301 , PHYS 5302 . A first course in quantum field theory. Path integral approach to quantization of fields, Feynman diagrams and calculation of quantum electrodynamics (QED) processes.
  
  • PHYS 7000 - Research

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours
  
  • PHYS 8000 - Doctor’s Dissertation

    V1-12 Semester Credit Hours

PLAW - Pre-Law (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • PLAW 3002 - Legal Profession Internship

    V1-3 Semester Credit Hours
    Internship in the legal profession. Must be accepted into the Pre-Law Academy to register.
  
  • PLAW 3101 - Legal Profession Seminar

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Must be admitted to Pre-Law Academy. Introduces students to people in the legal profession, exposes students to different legal practice areas, and covers information about admission to law school.
  
  • PLAW 4301 - Lawyering Skills: Legal Analysis and Advocacy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Must be admitted to Pre-Law Academy. Introduces students to the fundamental concepts related to the legal system, legal analysis, and persuasive oral argument.

POLS - Political Science (Undergraduate Courses)

  
  • POLS 1301 - American Government

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: GOVT2305 Origin and development of the U.S. Constitution, structure and powers of the national government, political participation, the election process, policy, civil liberties, and civil rights. Partially fulfills core Government/Political Science requirement.
  
  • POLS 1347 - Introduction to Political Science

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    An introductory survey of the discipline of political science focusing on the subfields, key concepts, methods and theories used in the study of politics.
  
  • POLS 2107 - Federal and Texas Constitutions

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. A study of the United States and state constitutions with emphasis on Texas. Ensures compliance with TEC 51.301.
  
  • POLS 2306 - Texas Politics and Topics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    TCCNS: GOVT2306 Structure and powers of all state and local government, federalism, political process, culture, and policy in Texas and other topics in political science. Partially fulfills core Government/Political Science requirement.
  
  • POLS 2361 - International Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Introduction to global issues, actions and processes: north-south relations, post-cold war issues, the role of the state, and leading theories of international relations.
  
  • POLS 2371 - Comparative Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    The primary institutions (e. g. , parties, groups, executives, legislatures) and processes (e. g. , voting, instability) of politics as well as relevant social structures are viewed in various national settings. Questions of how and why to compare also are considered.
  
  • POLS 3101 - Careers in Politics and Policy

    1 Semester Credit Hours
    Helps students identify career opportunities related to political science training in substance and/or skills, and highlight political science training in career applications.
  
  • POLS 3300 - Selected Topics in American Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Topics of contemporary interest in American politics. Repeatable up to 12 hours with different topics. To grade replace, topics must be identical. (CL)
  
  • POLS 3301 - Selected Topics in International Relations

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Varying global and international topics of current interest. Consult department for current topic. Repeatable for up to 12 hours with different topics. Note that to grade replace this course, the topics must be the same. (CL)
  
  • POLS 3302 - Selected Topics in Comparative Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Topics of contemporary interest in comparative politics. Repeatable up to 12 hours with different topics. To grade replace, topics must be identical. (CL)
  
  • POLS 3303 - Selected Topics in Policy and Public Administration

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Topics of contemporary interest in policy/public administration. Repeatable up to 12 hours with different topics. To grade replace, topics must be identical. (CL)
  
  • POLS 3312 - Game Theory

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Introduces students to positive political theory through games of strategy so students can discuss the problems of contemporary democracy and international relations.
  
  • POLS 3314 - Introduction to Political Analysis

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Survey of methods of and approaches to the study of politics and their underlying assumptions as they apply to the major concepts of the discipline. (CL)
  
  • POLS 3316 - Public Choice

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Using the theoretical lens of economic analysis to examine the behavior of voters, politicians, bureaucrats, and interest groups under various institutional arrangements.
  
  • POLS 3317 - Campaigns and Elections

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Examines what candidates and campaigns think and do to attract the support of voters.
  
  • POLS 3318 - Public Opinion

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Examines the origins, stability, and meaning of public opinion.
  
  • POLS 3319 - Political Behavior

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examines the actions of political citizens as they interact with the political world through voting, joining political parties, and consuming mass media.
  
  • POLS 3323 - Congress

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Legislation, congressional elections, legislative parties and leaders, rules and procedures, committees, roll call voting, and executive-legislative relations.
  
  • POLS 3325 - Political Parties

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Party history, functions, organization, finance, nominations, campaign methods, and elections.
  
  • POLS 3326 - Gender and Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . A study of female political participation in the United States, including voting, campaign activity, interest group activity, and office holding. [WGS 3326 ]
  
  • POLS 3327 - The American Presidency

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . The presidency, its constitutional basis, structure, powers, functions, and responsibilities.
  
  • POLS 3328 - Energy Politics and Policy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Students will learn traditional and untraditional energy-related politics and law and the challenges associated with energy resource development in the United States and foreign countries.
  
  • POLS 3329 - Environmental Politics and Policy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Examines American environmental policy from the perspective of political science and the influence of theory, history, and politics on domestic environmental policymaking processes.
  
  • POLS 3334 - Sustainability: Energy, Environment, and Society

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Students will learn the key concepts of sustainability and the challenges with energy resource management, climate change, and environmentalism in developed and developing countries.
  
  • POLS 3339 - Religion and Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Exploration of various aspects of the relationship between major world religions and politics, including questions of church and state.
  
  • POLS 3341 - The Administrative Process

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . A survey of the field of public administration. Principles of administrative organization; distribution of administrative functions together with the structure of government charged with the carrying out of public policy.
  
  • POLS 3346 - Public Policy Analysis

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . The study of public policy formulation, implementation, and evaluation at various levels of government. Particular focus on health, social, and development policies. Attention to policy analysis skills and approaches used in government and consulting.
  
  • POLS 3351 - The Judicial Process

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Analysis of the judicial process as part of the political process; judicial personnel and organization; sources and instruments of judicial power; judicial reasoning and behavior; and impact of judicial activity.
  
  • POLS 3352 - Constitutional Law

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . A case study of American constitutional law emphasizing constitutional bases of governmental power. Leading cases demonstrating the principles of separation of powers, judicial review, taxation, commerce, and implied powers.
  
  • POLS 3353 - Civil Rights and Liberties

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Primarily a case study of American constitutional law emphasizing the constitutional limitations on government, with particular emphasis on personal, civil, and political liberties. The administrative process with particular emphasis on public law relating to the powers and procedures of administrative agencies having powers of adjudication and rule making.
  
  • POLS 3360 - United States Foreign Policy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Examines the patterns and processes that shape U.S. foreign policy.
  
  • POLS 3363 - International Organization

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . A comparative study of the major organizations of the League of Nations and the United Nations; approaches to peaceful settlement of disputes, collective security, disarmament, regional organizations, and the future of world order.
  
  • POLS 3364 - Comparative Foreign Policy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Surveys theories that connect domestic politics with foreign policy and applies them to a variety of countries.
  
  • POLS 3365 - War and Security

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Considers the basic problem in international relations; how to survive. How do countries attempt to secure themselves against foreign threats?
  
  • POLS 3366 - International Political Economy

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Explores interaction of politics and economics in trade, investment, finance, and development.
  
  • POLS 3367 - International Bargaining and Security

    3 Semester Credit Hours


    Examines the actors, processes, and strategies of international bargaining and negotiation in multilateral agreements and organizations with an emphasis on the security dilemma.

     

  
  • POLS 3368 - Transnational Issues

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Survey of current politics of human rights, migration, environment, and technological change.
  
  • POLS 3372 - Post-Communist Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Examination of the politics and governments of post-Communist states.
  
  • POLS 3373 - Governments of Western Europe

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Political culture, party systems, institutions, and behavior in selected countries of Western Europe. Primary attention paid to France, Germany, and Italy. Comparison between European and American political systems will be emphasized.
  
  • POLS 3375 - Latin American Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . The government and politics of countries such as Argentina, Bolivia, Brazil, Chile, and Peru. Includes consideration of special problems such as land tenure and terrorism.
  
  • POLS 3376 - Asian Governments and Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: POLS 1301 . Political culture, party systems, political structure, policy-making, and foreign policy in selected Asian countries. Primary attention focused on Japan, China, and South Korea.
  
  • POLS 4000 - Active Learning in Political Science

    V1-3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisites: POLS 1301  and consent of instructor. Encompasses various forms of participatory learning, including internships and service learning. May be repeated for credit.
  
  • POLS 4001 - Practicum in Politics: Public Service Systems and Policies

    V1-3 Semester Credit Hours
    Supervised internship with government offices and agencies, including primarily congressional and legislative offices in Washington, D.C.; Austin, Texas; and Lubbock, Texas. Requires approval for participation in university program by the TTU Office of the President.
  
  • POLS 4397 - Practicum in Politics

    3 Semester Credit Hours
    Prerequisite: Consent of instructor. Practical experience integrated with academic study of politics through study programs or work experience. Credit or no credit. May be repeated once for credit.
 

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