Graft and corruption continuously challenges social scientists as a phenomenon that seems invincible although proven to plague societies since government, as a social institution, was invented. It needs to be researched on and the results taught to future citizens. The task is daunting but also very challenging, indeed, to resist; thus, this research was conducted to confirm what the determinants of political corruption are and design a syllabus for teaching. The analysis yielded the following factors as related to political corruption. The (1) economic determinants were: level of development, economic growth, income, economic freedom, globalization, resources, trade openness and foreign direct investment; (2) political development were: federal form, democracy, press freedom, legal system, political participation, political competition and political stability; (3) social determinants: history, education, ethnicity and religion; and, (4) organizational determinants: democratic institutions, decentralization and government expenditure. Using the above as conceptual framework, a syllabus for teaching was designed. Hopefully, schools will adopt this book for political pedagogy.