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  • Faculty | Tougaloo College
    Technology Institutional Advancement Advancement Services Development External Relations Office of Sponsored Programs and Research Institutional Research Assessment and Planning Owens Health and Wellness Active Life Program Central Mississippi Area Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Social Science Economics Department Faculty Atef Al Dabbour

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  • Political Science Major Requirements | Tougaloo College
    Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Social Science Political Science History Department Political Science Major Requirements The Political Science Program consists of 30 semester hours which must include American National Government POL 112 Statistics SSD 215 International Relations POL 213 Research Methods POL 217 Political Theory POL 316 and Comparative Politics POL 442 Introduction to Political Science POL 111 is suggested though not required All courses except POL 111 112 211 SSD 215 and POL 217 will normally be offered on an alternate year basis unless demand justifies shorter intervals Freshmen may take POL 111 and 112 Suggested Course Sequence for Political Science Program Class Class Name Credit Hours Freshman POL 111 Introduction to Political Science 3 POL 112 American National Government 3 Sophomore POL 211 African American Politics 3 POL 213 International Relations 3 SSD 215 Foundations in Statistical Thinking 3 Junior and Senior POL 316 Political Theory 3 POL 442 Comparative Politics 3 Electives for Juniors and Seniors POL 214 American Foreign Policy 3 POL 216 Conflict and Change Global Issues 3 POL 311 Urban Politics 3 POL 312 Political Parties and Pressure Groups 3 POL 313B Internships 3 POL 313C Selected Topics 3 POL 313D Introduction to Law and Jurisprudence 3 POL 313E Pre Law Seminar 3 POL 314 Public Administration 3 POL 315 Public Policy 3 POL 319 Latin American Government 3 POL 321 Contemporary Political Ideology 3 SSD 329 Applied Statistics in Social Science Research 3 POL 441 Constitutional Law 3 POL 443 African Politics 3 POL 444 Constitutional Law II 3 International Studies Emphasis The International Studies emphasis is designed to promote global awareness acquaint students with major international issues and the international organizations designed to address these issues strengthen foreign languages skills facilitate study abroad experiences and encourage students to pursue advanced study leading to internationally oriented careers Class Class Name Credit Hours Tier I 12 hours required SPA 311 Special Topics or FRE 311 3 FRE 311 Special Topics or SPA 311 3 POL 213 International Relations 3

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  • Political Science Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    Semester Hours POL 211 African American Politics A study of the role of African Americans in the political process of American democracy Inquiries will be made concerning African Americans and the major parties their place in the labor movement and their participation in urban politics The contemporary philosophies of Black leaders in terms of pressure politics non violence and Black power will be closely examined Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 213 International Relations Analysis of international politics and elements of national power and international cooperation with special attention given to the solution of the central problems of international security Post war international problems are also introduced to the student Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 214 American Foreign Policy A study of the forces which are responsible for the formulation of American foreign policy and consideration for those important factors which have shaped contemporary United States policy in major areas of the world Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 216 Conflict and Change Global Issues A focus on contemporary issues in global politics with particular emphasis on growing international interdependence and cooperation Key issues will be examined with some focus on conflict resolution prevailing national values and the values and resources necessary for the successful resolution of global issues Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 217 Research Methods An exploration of the intellectual tools necessary to develop methods and techniques of gathering data to enhance the development of conceptual and analytical skills to provide the basis for a scientific inquiry into the political world Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 311 Urban Politics Based on the theme of the structure of power within cities this course will deal with such urban phenomena as bosses and political machines urban insurrections schools urban renewal housing and the future of the city Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 312 Political Parties and Pressure Groups A survey of political parties and pressure groups as dynamic forces in American democracy Focus is placed on the respective roles different structures and objectives and various operational techniques of political parties and interest groups Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 313 Topics in Political Science Students may take a variety of topics courses for credit A Independent study offered by arrangement with faculty B Internship offered by arrangement with faculty C Selected topics normally offered annually D Introduction to law and jurisprudence E Pre Law seminar internship Internship may be awarded six semester hours under special circumstances and with approval of Department Chair Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 314 Public Administration This course deals with the role of administration in the government process principles of administrative organization methods of administrative control personnel and fiscal management Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 315 Public Policy An examination of the policies set forth by governments through both decisions and non decisions Focus will also be placed on both an analysis of public policies and the mechanics involved in developing these policies Credit 3 Semester Hours POL 316 Political Theory A general survey of the main currents of

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  • History Major Requirements | Tougaloo College
    Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Social Science Political Science History Department History Major Requirements The History Program consists of 30 semester hours which include World History HIS 131 132 American History HIS 101 102 Introduction to African American History HIS 134 135 Historiography HIS 362 Senior Seminar HIS 491 and 3 additional history courses History majors are strongly encouraged to take supportive elective courses in the introductory areas of Political Science Sociology Economics and Psychology History with Emphasis in African American Studies The African American Studies emphasis analyzes and seeks to explain the contribution of African American people to American and world cultures from antiquity to the present Its focus is on the development of civilizations on the African continent the history of the Diaspora and challenges facing African American people in contemporary society Objectives of the Emphasis Students who choose African American Studies as an Emphasis should know the following upon completion How to identify and describe the contributions of African Americans to American and world cultures in the Arts and Sciences How to use the tools of research and produce a documents study based on primary as well as secondary sources How to analyze significant issues facing African Americans and present policy statements for use by public and private agencies Special Requirements To complete an Emphasis in African American Studies 18 hours students are required to take the following 4 courses 12 hours Class Class Name Credit Hours HIS 130 Introduction to African History or HIS 321 3 HIS 134 Introduction to African American History or HIS 135 3 HIS 135 Introduction to African American History or HIS 134 3 HIS 225 The Civil Rights Movement 3 HIS 317 Topics in African American History 3 HIS 321 Topics in African History or HIS 130 3 Students should select 6 credit hours from the following ART 221 African American Art 3 PHI 304 Black Religion 3 MUS 319 History of Black Music in the United States 3 SOC 411 Sociology of Racism 3 Secondary Education History Requirements Class Class Name Credit Hours EDU 101 Professional Development Seminar 3 EDU 214 Educational Psychology 3 EDU 221 Introduction to Foundation of Education 3 EDU 312 Reading Instruction K 12 3 EDU 335 Methods Materials Educational Technology in the Class 3 EDU 336 Tests Measurements Evaluation 3 EDU 421 Curriculum Research 3 EDU 436 Student Teaching in Secondary School and Seminar 12 33 Credit Hours Area of Concentration Class Class Name Credit Hours HIS 101 U S Survey To 1865 3 HIS 102 U S Survey Since 1865 3 HIS 131 World History 3 HIS 132 World History II 3 HIS 134 Introduction to African American History or HIS 135 3 HIS 135 Introduction to African American History II or HIS 134 3 HIS 311 Topics in American History 3 HIS 315 Topics in European History 3 HIS 316 Mississippi and the South 3 HIS 321 Topics in African History 3 HIS 491 Senior Seminar 3 30 Credit

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  • History Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    Hours HIS 102 The United States II Survey courses in American History Second semester National problems of the late Nineteenth and Twentieth Centuries and the late development of the United States as a world power Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 130 Introduction to African History A study of the cultures of the African continent with special emphasis on the social economic religious artistic and political institutions of the states of Sub Saharan West Africa Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 131 World History Survey courses covering the political social economic and general cultural factors in the development of the modern western world First semester The beginning of civilization the ancient world of Africa Greece Rome the Middle Ages the Renaissance and the Reformation Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 132 World History II Survey courses covering the political social economic and general cultural factors in the development of the modern western world Second semester The period from early modern times through the French Revolution and the Industrial Revolution to the present day Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 134 Introduction to African American History Survey courses covering the history of peoples of African descent in the United States from the African background to the present First semester the African background the slave trade Colonial America the New Republic the Ante bellum years Free African Americans the Anti Slavery Movement and the Civil War years Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 135 Introduction to African American History II Survey courses covering the history of peoples of African descent in the United States from the African background to the present Second Semester Topics covered include Reconstruction the Jim Crow Era the Migration North and its consequences the Harlem Renaissance the World Wars discrimination and various types of oppression resistance and rebellion during the 1960 s 1970 s and 1980 s to the present Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 225 The Civil Rights Movement This course will examine the origins philosophies tactics events personalities and consequences of the southern civil Rights Movement This course will begin with the struggles of black veterans to register to vote after WWII and will conclude with the Meredith March Against Fear in 1966 Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 311 Topics in American History Selected periods or problems for intensive study based on current needs and student interest Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 315 Topics in European History Selected periods or problems for intensive study For example the Renaissance the French and Russian Revolutions the mind of Nazi Germany etc Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 316 Mississippi and the South Examination of the historical factors determining the destiny and significance of Mississippi as a part of the South and as a part of the nation Topics covered include slavery and the Old South Reconstruction the New South and the recent years Satisfies the State requirement for teacher certification in History Credit 3 Semester Hours HIS 317 Topics in African American History Topics in history include A History of the Blues African American

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  • Faculty | Tougaloo College
    Health Education Center Community Outreach Delta Health Partners Farm Aid Fitness Center Jackson Hinds Comprehensive Health Center Y O U C A N Institute Speak to Tougaloo Admissions Apply Apply Online Admission Requirements International Admissions Request Information Office of the Bursar Payment Information Tuition and Cost Explanation of Fees Financial Policies Refund Policies Parents Recruiters Visit the Campus Financial Aid Rights and Responsibilities Apply for Financial Aid Documents and Forms Eligibility Estimated Costs Loans Grants Scholarships Work Study Refund Policy Standards of Satisfactory Academic Progress Terms and Conditions Financial Aid Sources Frequently Asked Questions Housing National Rankings 2014 Office of the Registrar Academic Standards Procedures Academic Standing Transfer of Credit Transcript Request Pre Registration Registration Schedule Changes Tougaloo College Transfer Day Alumni Message from the Director Alumni Showcase Alumni Milestones Alumni Forms Give Today Restoring the Nest Library Athletics Bulldogs Athletics Home Page FaceBook Twitter Become a Bulldog Photo Gallery Staff Directory Student Life Career Services Annual Graduate and Professional School Fair Services Provided Internships and Research Job Opportunities Career Exploration Resources Career Fair Career Services Survey Counseling Services Services Provided Project Stop Now Food Services Public Safety Chief s Message Jeanne Clery Act Crime Log Fire Log Emergency Procedures Crime Prevention Traffic Rules and Regulations Photo galleries Religious Life Residential Life Residence Halls Residence Hall Key Replacement Policy Student Activities Clubs and Organizations Greek Life Student Government Association Tougaloo King and Queen Tougaloo College Cheer Squad Student Complaint Form Student Handbook Students Achievement Profile Title IX Student Dress Code Policy Tougaloo College Eaglet Creed You are here Academics Academic Divisions Division of Social Science Political Science History Department Faculty William Woods Ph D Department Chair Associate Professor of History 601 977 7802 wwoods tougaloo edu History James Brown Assistant Professor of History 601 977 7803 jbrown tougaloo edu Daphne

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  • Major Requirements | Tougaloo College
    Health Community Sensation Perception Choose two out of six 6 hours PSY 325 Psychology of Learning PSY 326 Behavioral Neuroscience PSY 328 Health Psychology PSY 329 Community Psychology PSY 332 Sensation and Perception PSY 425 Internship One internship course as an elective in Junior or Senior years Number of Units Required for Graduation 50 Hours Electives Suggested Electives MAT 103 PHI 103 6 hours in the following sequence Freshman year PHI 103 Logic and Effective Thinking Spring Sophomore year MAT 103 College Algebra II Spring Total Hours 6 Other possible Electives Students can choose electives from any other department to fulfill their 124 credit hour requirement for graduation Those students who plan to apply to graduate school are strongly urged to take several elective courses in philosophy mathematics computer science and the other natural sciences It is recommended that students take a course in Ethics SSD 247 Hum 247 NSD 247 Fundamental Programming CSC 221 or Principles of Biology I II BIO 120 210 and General Chemistry I II CHE 115 116 Senior Thesis A senior thesis is required of all graduating majors This is an empirical research project developed by students in consultation with a member of the faculty during the spring semester of their junior year The objective of the paper is to enable students to analyze in depth issues and topics in psychology Students are expected to write a research paper and make an oral presentation during their senior year The faculty member supervises progress on the research and the writing of the thesis in APA format All seniors must take two courses Senior Seminar I PSY 423 Senior Seminar II PSY 424 one credit hour each which are required to complete the Senior paper These courses are designed for seniors t be familiar with the APA format get a hands on experience using the SPSS program and other statistical and research tools needed to assist them with their paper College policy does not permit a student to write the Senior Thesis until the English Writing Proficiency Exam has been passed GRE Requirement All Graduate schools require the GRE or some standardized test for admission to a Graduate program It is recommended that Psychology majors take the GRE or any other recognized national test such as the LSAT or PRAXIS during their Junior year and report their scores to the registrar s office and the psychology department no later than the fall Semester of their senior year Comprehensive Examination Psychology majors are required to take the Major Field Test ETS exam in the Spring of the final year as well as take and pass the Departmental Comprehensive Exit Exam during the fall of the senior year MAT 103 PHI 103 6 hours in the following sequence Freshman year PHI 103 Logic and Effective Thinking Spring Sophomore year MAT 103 College Algebra II Spring Total Hours 6 Suggested Course Sequence Major in Psychology Denotes Required Courses Freshman year PSY 111 General Psychology 3 Fall Spring PSY 112 General

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  • Course Descriptions | Tougaloo College
    managing these disorders Prerequisite PSY 111 Offered every Spring semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 224 PSYCHOLOGY OF ADULTHOOD AND OLD AGE also listed as SOC 301 A systematic study of the psychological processes of adulthood and aging this course focuses on the psychiatric and psychological aspects of the aging process as well as the effects aging on family and other social relationships Prerequisite PSY 111 or SOC 111 Offered every Spring semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 321 PERSONALITY THEORY An introduction to the nature of psychological theory building this course illustrates the nature and development of theories in psychology with examples drawn from the psychoanalytic humanistic and behavioral models for personality development Prerequisite PSY 111and 112 Offered every Fall semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 322 ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOR An introduction to theoretical concepts and empirical research in the behavioral sciences as it applies to behavior within organizational settings The course content includes levels from the individual to small groups to inter group behavior and finally to the total organization Within this structure a broad range of theory and research on organization and individual behavior will be examined Prerequisite PSY 111and 112 Offered every odd Fall semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 323 SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY also listed as SOC 322 An introduction to the major theories and research focusing on the behavior of the individual as he or she is influenced by others in the social environment Prerequisite PSY 111and 112 Offered every even Fall semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 324 PSYCHOLOGY OF WOMEN This course includes developmental global and multicultural approaches to understanding the psychology of women Focus is on gender differences and similarities in cognitive abilities aggression etc Special emphasizes will be on work and women health and reproduction violence in women s lives and mental health Prerequisite PSY111 and 112 Offered every odd Fall semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 325 PSYCHOLOGY OF LEARNING An introduction to the basic principles and experimental variables which govern the acquisition modification and extinction of both simple and complex animal and human behavior Prerequisite PSY 111 and 112 Offered every Spring semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 326 BEHAVIORAL NEUROSCIENCE An introduction to the physiology of behavior this course presents an overview of the basic concepts of neurophysiology and neuroanatomy in relation to the complex intervention between behavioral phenomena and the physiological processes and structures Prerequisites PSY 111 112 and BIO 102 or higher Offered every odd Spring semester CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 327 TOPICS IN PSYCHOLOGY This course is designed to provide students an opportunity to study a number of additional sub areas within the field of psychology The sub area to be taught is selected according to student and faculty interest As topics vary this class may be taken more than once Prerequisite PSY 111 112 or permission of instructor Offered during the Fall and Spring semester based on availability of faculty time CREDIT THREE SEMESTER HOURS PSY 328 HEALTH PSYCHOLOGY The course focuses on psychological

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