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Political Science Minor
The field of politics involves a fascinating and ever-changing environment in which people in political societies work out the question of "how we ought to order our lives together." Taking a minor in Political Science will equip students in foundational concepts and scholarship in the discipline, both in the domestic (U.S.) sense and internationally. While grounding students in a biblical understanding of the purpose of government and law, this minor will help students learn to think critically, analyze arguments, and engage ideas.
A Political Science minor is offered with the completion of 19 credits beyond the general education requirements (listed under Political Science, B.A.), 12 of which must be upper-division.
|POSC 204||Principles of Economics||4|
|POSC 225||Survey of American Government||3|
|The student is required to take a minimum of 3 credits in each category listed under Political Science, B.A. (American Government, International Politics and Political Theory).||12|