Upon graduation, students with a degree in Political Science and International Studies will be able to:
- define the concepts, processes and facts relevant to the field of political science.
- use evidence to argue and critically evaluate political issues.
- defend a position or thesis dealing with political issues, in a clear and logical manner.
- employ the major methods of inquiry into political science research.
- integrate the relationships between economic and social/cultural factors with politics.
- evaluate the interconnection between local and global issues within the political realm.
- critically analyze the role of the “citizen” in the political system.
Last Updated 6/12/14