Dec 01, 2020  
2019-2020 Bulletin 
    
2019-2020 Bulletin [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Political Science, B.S.


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Political Science faculty seeks to create and improve an environment whereby the interplay of scholarly discourse and practices ensue, and students acquire political knowledge through formal study of politics and engagement in extracurricular activities. Special concentrations in Pre-Law, International Affairs, and Public Policy broaden and enrich the educational experience of students. It is the primary objective to deepen their understanding of politics and its interfacing with other realities (economy, society, technology, etc.) at the local, national, comparative and global levels. By taking core and elective courses and fulfilling other
requirements, students acquire skills and competencies for advanced studies and career placement across diverse fields.

Members of the faculty of History and Political Science are committed to developing the abilities of students to be motivated about serious study and to think deeply about the importance of the mastery of their relevant subjects, character development, ethical values, and achievement with excellence. The faculty therefore undertakes its tasks and responsibilities with the idea that fully engaging students in their respective disciplines is indispensable to their wholesome growth and development and the commitment to life-long learning, service and leadership.

First Year


Fall


Second Year


Third Year


Fall


Spring


Fourth Year


Fall


Spring


  • POLS Elective Credits: 3
  • POLS Elective Credits: 3
  • FREE Elective Credits: 3
  • FREE Elective Credits: 3

Note:


*Placement by test results +Same Language #Minimum grade of “C” required **Choose from General Education (GE)

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