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History-Political Science, B.A. (HIPL)
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BIBL1033Biblical Literature
BIBL1043Biblical Foundations For Living (L)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours) (1)
BIBL Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
COMM1113Introduction To Speech Communication
ENGL1013English Composition I
ENGL1023English Composition II
ENGL Literature Elective (3 hours) (2)
ENGL Literature Elective (3 hours) (2)
HIST1113Western Civilization To 1715 (L) (Fall only)
HIST1123Western Civilization From 1715 (L) (Spring only)
HIST2113American History to 1865 (Fall only)
HIST2123American History from 1865 (Spring only)
HIST2301Methods of Historical and Political Inquiry (Spring only)
HIST4873Senior Research Seminar (3)
HUMA1153Introduction To Fine Arts
KINE Physical Activities (1 hour)
KINE1512Concepts Of Lifetime Fitness
LETU1101Cornerstones Of Life And Learning (L)
MATH Elective (3 hours)
PHIL2013Introduction To Philosophy
POLS2103Federal, State, And Local Government
PSYC2013Introduction To Psychology
  HIST-POLS Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (6 hours)
  HIST-POLS Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (3 hours)
  HIST-POLS Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (6 hours)
  HIST-POLS Jr.-Sr. Level Elective (6 hours)
  Elementary Foreign Language I (3 hours)
  Elementary Foreign Language II (3 hours)
  Intermediate Foreign Language I (3 hours)
  Intermediate Foreign Language II (3 hours)
  Lab Science Elective (4 hours)
  Lab Science Elective (4 hours)
  Minor or General Elective (6 hours) (4)
  Minor or General Elective (6 hours) (4)
  Minor or General Elective (9 hours) (4)
  Fulfill English Proficiency Requirement (0 hours)
Total Hours: 124
Notes: A student should plan on spending a semester in Washington D.C. if they are interested in law and politics. This can be accomplished in a number of ways, but most easily through the American Studies Program in which LeTourneau participates.

1: BIBL 4413 Physical Settings of the Bible is recommended.
2: Select literature electives in consultation with your academic advisor.
3: An approved upper division HIPL class may be substituted.
4: A minor must be declared. The minor field and general electives together must consist of at least 21 hours of courses not used to meet any of the other above requirements.