Bachelor of Political Science

Bachelor of Political Science


Bachelor of Political Science

Political scientists study government at all stages in their development, the process by which political decisions are made and various matters that affect government behavior. The specific subfields of the discipline include the government and politics, comparative government and politics, international relations, political theory, public law, public administration, constitutional law, American foreign policy, public bureaucracy and the political process. Students majoring in the program have traditionally pursued careers in law, business, teaching, journalism, and government. The study of Political Science is of value in that everybody needs an understanding of the political system which governs their live. More than minimal knowledge of political systems, however, is required for those who would be employed. During the course of their studies, students will examine the dynamics, structural characteristics, humanitarian issues and international political economics operating within the global community. Moreover, they will acquire a range of analytical and practical skills offering the potential for careers in journalism, public administration and law.

Courses Description:

First Year

  • English Effective Writing I
  • English Effective Writing II
  • Public Speaking and Presentation Skills
  • History of Law I
  • Introduction to Management I
  • Introduction to Marketing
  • Human Resource Management
  • History of Law II
  • Constitutional Law I
  • Principles of Economics – Micro
  • Principles of Economics – Macro
  • Constitutional Law II
  • Management II
  • Leadership Development
  • Constitutional Law III

Second Year

  • Introduction to Political Science I
  • Introduction to Political Science II
  • Sociology of Ideologies
  • Public Personnel Administration
  • Local Government
  • Legislative Process
  • Public Bureaucracy and the Political Process
  • Electoral Process
  • Judicial Process and Policy Making
  • Intergovernmental Relations
  • Government Budgeting
  • Modern Political Ideologies
  • Democracy and Development
  • International Relations I
  • International Relations II

Third Year

  • European Institutions and Governance
  • Comparative Politics
  • International Political Economy
  • Political Philosophy I
  • Research Methods for Political Science
  • Political Leaders of the 20th Century
  • Political Philosophy II
  • The political of Peace
  • International Organizations
  • American Foreign Policy
  • Corporate SRE
  • Thesis or Internship

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