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Political Science Minor
The mission of the Political Science program is to educate Christian men and women in political science in order to produce thinking Christians who demonstrate a broad understanding of the art and science of politics, based on a biblical foundation and worldview; who understand and apply biblical knowledge, Christian virtues, and ethical principles to politics; and who demonstrate entry-level professional skills necessary for success in politics and related fields.
A Political Science minor is offered with the completion of 18 credits beyond the Core Curriculum (GE) requirements (listed under Political Science, B.A.), 6 of which must be upper-division.
|POSC 208||World Politics||3|
|POSC 211||Introduction to Political Economy||3|
|POSC 250||Foundations of the American Political System||3|
|POSC 256||Virtue, Citizenship, and Politics||3|
|Select 6 credits of POSC upper-division elective courses||6|