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