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2016-2017 University Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Political Science


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Division of Politics, Administration and Justice Divsion Chair

Stacy Mallicoat

Political Science Program Coordinator

Sarah Hill

Division Office

University Hall 511
657-278-3521
hss.fullerton.edu/paj

Faculty

David Adams, Michelle Arsneault, Robert Castro, Pam Fiber-Ostrow, Sarah Hill, Meriem Hodge, Matthew Jarvis, Myungjung Kwon, Don Matthewson, Valerie O’Regan, Paul Peretz, Mark Redhead, Rob Robinson, Choudhury Shamim, Alexei Shevchenko, Scott Spitzer, Stephen Stambough, Samuel Stone, Yuan Ting, David Traven, Justin Tucker, Yan Xiao

Introduction

Political science is the study of people’s behavior as it relates to power and public organizations. The discipline is normally divided into six subfields: political philosophy, American politics, public administration, public law, comparative government and international politics.

A major in political science prepares students for law school, government employment at the local, state and national levels, foreign service, teaching, business, journalism, or leadership in civic and political activities.

Learning Goals and Student Learning Outcomes

Programs and Courses Offered

Programs

    Bachelor of ArtsMaster of ArtsNon-Degree

    Courses

      Political Science

      Courses are designated as POSC in the class schedule. POSC 100 or its equivalent is the prerequisite for all upper-division political science courses. Prerequisites may be waived only with consent of instructor.

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