Political Economy admin June 16, 2015

Political Economy at Rhodes entails the study of the important works that laid the foundations of economic and political systems throughout the world, the major critiques of those systems, and the quandaries and disputes that arise at the intersection of politics and economics

Political Economy: Program Committee

Political Economy: Program Committee admin June 16, 2015

Stephen J. Ceccoli, Department of International Studies, Chair
Daniel E. Cullen, Department of Political Science
Marshall K. Gramm, Department of EconomicsĀ 
Teresa Beckham Gramm, Department of Economics
Renee J. Johnson, Department of Political Science
Robert F. Saxe, Department of History
Patrick A. Shade, Department of Philosophy
Stephen H. Wirls, Department of Political Science

Requirements for a Major in Political Economy

Requirements for a Major in Political Economy admin June 16, 2015

A total of 12 courses (48 credits) as follows:

  1. Economics 100 and 323; either Economics 201 or 202.
  2. International Studies 311.
  3. Political Science 110, 205, 218, 314.
  4. Political Economy 486.
  5. Tracks (choose one):
    • Global Track
      • Three electives (two of which must be outside of Economics) from Economics 310, 312; International Studies 220, 221, 263, 282, 340, 341, 451.
    • Historical Track
      • Three electives from Economics 339; Greek and Roman Studies 270; History 255, 256, 351, 352, 436, 439.
    • Philosophical Track
      • Philosophy 301 and two electives (one of which must be outside of Political Science) from English 265 (Literature and Economics); Philosophy 255, 303, 355; Political Science 212, 214, 230, 411.
    • Policy Track
      • Either Economics 290 or Political Science 270.
      • Two electives from Economics 305, 310, 420; Political Science 209, 280, 305, 320, 370, 470; Psychology 309.