Service Courses in Political Science
The Department of Political Science offers courses to meet a variety of student educational needs and graduation requirements.
- General Education
Social Sciences Knowledge Area courses:
Humanities Knowledge Area courses:
Computer Literacy courses:
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Comparative Perspective courses:
Contemporary Issues courses:
- Co-requisites for other majors.
Some political science courses are co-requisite requirements for academic majors offered by other departments, such as Criminal Justice, and Recreation and Leisure Studies.
- Free electives.
Political science courses may be used as free electives to satisfy intellectual curiosity or to complement other aspects of a student's program.
- Overseas academic programs.
The department participates in the SUNY Brockport social science programs in London and Paris.
- Academic internship programs.
The department operates the SUNY Washington Semester Program. Also, it participates in the Albany Semester Programs of the New York State government, political party and law office internship courses.