Course Descriptions

PSC 2010 INTRODUCTION TO AMERICAN GOVERNMENT (3 credits)
A survey of the institutions of American government, including legislative, executive and judicial branches, interpretation of the Constitution and the Bill of Rights, federalism, political parties, the federal bureaucracy, elections and interest groups.

PSC 3000 POLITICAL PHILOSOPHY (3 credits)
A philosophical examination of major social and political concepts such as freedom, authority, justice, law, obligation and rights. Emphasis on important philosophers and ideologies in the history of political philosophy.
Prerequisite: 60 Credit hours completed

PSC 3850 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3 credits)
Various topics in political science. These may be one-time or occasional course offerings.
Prerequisite: Dependent on specific course content