Political Science

Program Information

Political Science is the branch of the social sciences that opens up a world of potential opportunities for a student’s professional and personal growth. The discipline of Political Science is composed of a wide variety of different subfields. At PRCC, we offer 3 of those diverse subfields as introductory courses in the program of Political Science to highlight the range of our discipline. 

Instructor Contact Information:

Mr. Jason Ramsur
Seal Hall Office, Office 129

Possible careers in this program:

Anthropologist, Diplomat, Doctor, Economist, Historian, Lawyer, Market Research Analyst, Politician, Researcher, Teacher, Urban & Regional Planner, etc.

Mission of Program

Our PSC courses emphasize practical skills (i.e., proper research methods/techniques, professional use of empirical evidence, critical analysis, practical oral and writing skills) that are useful in all pathways of study.

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