Political Science (PSC)

Professor Phillips

This major introduces students to the study of political thought, political behavior, and political institutions from a Christian worldview. It is designed to provide a foundation of knowledge in the major subfields of political study. The ultimate goal of political study is that of establishing justice in civil government; therefore, this major seeks to develop the student’s ability to understand and become involved in the political process. Political science also provides an excellent foundation for legal or graduate studies. Political science students will have real-world experience through PSC 341, 490 and/or 495.

Political Science Major: 45 hours to include PSC 101, 102, 202, 218, 303, 306, 311, 341, six hours of Political Theory or Constitutional Law, and six hours of PSC electives, 3 hours of SPC 102 or BUS 304, and 6 hours of a foreign language.

Political Science Minor: 18 hours

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