Political Science is the study of the theory and practice of government and politics.
Students of politics describe and analyze political systems and behavior. Baccaluaureate
programs offer courses in areas such as public administration, public law, international
relations, comparative politics, political behavior, political philosophy, and U.S.
government. Community and junior college students interested in pursing a bachelor's
degree in Political Science are strongly encouraged to complete an Associate in
Arts or Associate in Science degree prior to transfer. A minimum of 60 semester
credits is required for transfer as a junior into a baccalaureate Political Science
program. Since admission is competitive, completing the courses recommended below
does not by itself guarantee admission.
Be sure to consult the institution you plan on transferring to for course articulations.
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