Advising

This site provides information to students about the advising process in the Political Science Department. See the other VSU sites linked from the bottom of this page for more information on advising.

Advising Schedules and Procedures

  1. New students should check with the Graduate Assistant for advising in the Political Science Department office (238 West Hall) to find out whether Dr. Pufong or Dr. Glen will be their designated advisor for the first two years.
  2. All students should sign up for advising two weeks prior to registration.
  3. If students cannot locate their advisor, they should make an appointment with the Graduate Assistant for advising.


Political Science Degree

Political Science Description
Political Science Course Descriptions
Political Science Degree Requirements
Check List for the Core
Check List for Major

Legal Assistant Studies Degree

Legal Assistant Studies Description
Legal Assistant Studies Course Descriptions
Legal Assistant Studies Degree Requirements
Check List for Core & Major (prior 2013)
Check List for Core & Major (post 2013)

LEAS Prerequisite Requirements: 
LEAS 1100 - Introduction to Paralegalism An introduction to the field of paralegalism. The course will include the role of the paralegal in the legal system, the regulation and ethics of practice and the skills necessary for successful practice.

LEAS 4700 - Directed Study in Legal Assistant Studies Prerequisite: Legal Assistant Studies major and LEAS 1100.

LEAS 4900 - Internship in Legal Assistant Studies Prerequisite: Legal Assistant Studies major, LEAS 1100 and LEAS 3200.

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