Political Science Major Adds Lobbying
to Her Impressive Résumé . . . details
Retired CIA Officer Speaks on
Russian Intelligence Agencies . . . details
|Alumna Steps into the
White House Spotlight . . . details
Do you want to better understand America and the world?
Do you want to positively impact them in the Franciscan spirit?
Then join us in the Political Science program!
Both major and minor programs
Small class sizes with individualized student attention
Critical thinking and written and oral communication skill development that are highly sought by employers
A great track record for internships and career placement in government, the private sector, and non-profits
Top-notch, experienced faculty with terminal degrees in their field
Are you curious? Then register for one or more courses for the fall 2015 semester, perhaps as a general elective to “test the waters.”
Course Offerings This Fall Include:
POLSC 101 – THE AMERICAN POLITICAL PROCESS
Focusing on the three branches of the federal government; a prerequisite for most POLSC courses, unless you request waiving this prerequisite
POLSC 311 – CONSTITUTIONAL LAW
& CIVIL LIBERTIES
An excellent course for criminal justice students; viewing the political system through the eyes of the U.S. Supreme Court
POLSC 226B – GOVERNMENT, BUSINESS
& THE ECONOMY
Exploring links between government and markets; students who study economics tend to earn higher salaries
POLSC 214 – CONTEMPORARY INTERNATIONAL POLITICAL ISSUES
A values-laden approach that investigates problems in the world today including human rights and regional conflicts
POLSC 217 – US FOREIGN RELATIONS
This course traces the evolution of America’s involvement in world affairs since World War II
IS 342 – LATIN AMERICA
This course examines the political, social, economic, and religious institutions of Latin America
Please stop by to see Dr. Rob McMonagle or Dr. Hasan Yönten in the Political Science Program at Neumann if you have any questions.
We would be glad to assist you!
Robert J. McMonagle, Ph.D.
Hasan Yönten, Ph.D.
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For additional information, please call the Office
of Admissions, which coordinates
the admission of all students, at (610) 558-5616 or (800) 9-NEUMANN or feel free
to e-mail us at firstname.lastname@example.org.