Students who are interested in learning more about politics (or are interested in a political science major) typically begin with a 100-level course. We encourage you to enroll in one or more of these classes. Occasionally, we allow first-year students into 200-level classes. 200-level courses typically build on 100-level courses, offering greater depth into specific areas of inquiry. To see if this is a good fit for you, please contact the course instructor or the department chair.
CREDIT FOR PREVIOUS COURSEWORK/PLACEMENT
- Students may count up to two credits for courses completed at other institutions, which include scores of 4 or 5 in relevant AP exams, off-campus courses, or transfer courses includes PSEO. Please see our department webpage for information on transfer credits.
- Accepting AP credit, students must get the chair’s approval in writing for any transfer courses they wish to count towards the major.
- Nothing available at this time.
Advising open house during Quiet Week (email invitations sent to all students enrolled in a political science class or on department interest list from Week One session).
Chair, Department of Political Science – Chris Chapp (firstname.lastname@example.org)