Political Science is a course of study offered through the Political Science and International Relations Department. It includes one major. The department is located on the second floor of GDH. Some refer to political science as the science of love, primarily political fetishists.
Political Science is incorrectly assumed to be somewhat of an easy major due to the fact that it requires only 9 credits. In fact, Political Science covers a wide range of different topics of politics and current events that makes it a diverse and challenging field of study. Additionally, many majors take significantly more than 9 credits, due to an undying obsession with the subject matter. It shares many requirements with the International Relations major. Political science also happens to be the science of love. Because it is the science of determining who gets what; when, where, and how!
Lane Sunderland rocks everyone's socks.
- L. Sue Hulett, Professor
- Karen Kampwirth, Professor
- James Nowlan, Adjunct Distinguished Professor of Public Policy
- Duane Oldfield, Associate Professor and Chair
- Robert Seibert, Robert W. Murphy Professor of Political Science
- Lane Sunderland, Chancie Ferris Booth Professor of Political Science
- Andrew Civettini, Assistant Professor
See department page