College of Sciences
Department of Political Science,
Phillips Hall, Room: 302
Department of History, Colbourn Hall, Room: 551
Dr. P. Vasquez, 407-823-2608
Dr. J. Sacher, 407-823-2225
In the face of some of the most complicated international peace and security challenges and opportunities that the global community has ever encountered, the ability to understand the factors that contribute to conflict and conflict resolution is vitally important. Students who complete this minor will gain experience in the history of war and society, U.S. and international security policy, and causes of war.
- A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required in all courses used to satisfy the minor
- Students majoring in history or political science can take no more than 3 hours of electives in their major department.
- Students must satisfy each course’s prerequisite before enrolling in the class