All students should be very familiar with the degree plan (all requirements for the 120 hours) for the B.A. degree in Political Science. Listed below are several sources on the degree plan. Departmental Advisors would be glad to answers any and all questions. If you are ever uncertain about a requirement, do not hesitate to ask.
Undergraduate Catalog. This is the official description of the degree plan.
As soon as you know that you plan to major in Political Science, you should be fully knowledgeable of the degree plan. Do not hesitate to ask an advisor if you ever have any questions.
All students should be aware of their responsibilities for their education and for their personal development at UTA. Be sure to read the section in the Undergraduate Catalog on Student Responsibilities. http://wweb.uta.edu/catalog/
Following are a number of links and references to additional information and resources:
• Advisising FAQs
Two endowed scholarships are avaiable to political science majors: the Irving Owen Dawson Scholarship and the Suzanne J. Katsikas Scholarship.
As a means of honoring highly regarded former faculty member and department chair Dr. Irving Owen Dawson, his friends and family created an endowment in his name. The endowment's objective is to provide academic scholarships for Political Science majors and to help recruit and retain qualified political science students. The Scholarship Advisory Committee makes the ultimate determinations of awardees and amounts. Applications are due by noon on March 19, 2014. Any UTA political science major may apply. The current competition is for awards to be applied to either summer or fall 2014 semester. The award may be used for tuition, fees, and books. All awardees will be referred to as Dawson Scholars. All other factors being equal, preference will be given to members of Pi Sigma Alpha and students with a focus in Public Policy/Public Administration.
The friends and family of Suzanne J. Katsikas created an endowment to honor this esteemed former faculty member and department chair. The endowment is intended to provide highly qualified political science majors with financial support and to help retain them within the program. Decisions about awardees and amounts will be made by the Scholarship Advisory Committee. Applications are due by noon on March 19, 2014. Applications are open to all current political science majors at UTA, and the award may be used for tuition, fees, and books. The current competition is for awards to applied to the summer or fall 2014 semesters, and all awardees will be referred to as Katsikas Scholars. All other factors being equal, preference will be given to members of Pi Sigma Alpha and to student with a focus in International Relations or Comparative Politics.
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