Bachelor of Arts students will demonstrate that they have developed:

  • An understanding of American civic culture and civic cultures of other societies.
  • An understanding of the institutional, political and legal processes of the United States and Georgia.
  • An understanding of the public policies of the U.S. and the ways in which they are carried out through the political process.
  • An understanding of the basic theories and concepts of the subfields of political science.
  • An understanding of the relationship between the basic theories and concepts of the subfields of political science.
  • The knowledge and skills appropriate for employment or professional training in relevant public service careers.
  • The ability to apply social science and statistical methods to practical problems within the discipline.
  • The ability to communicate their knowledge orally and in writing.

Bachelor of Science students will demonstrate that they have developed:

  • An understanding of American civic culture.
  • An understanding of the institutional, political and legal processes of the United States and Georgia.
  • An understanding of the public policies of the U.S. and the ways in which they are carried out through the political process.
  • An understanding of the basic theories and concepts of the subfields of political science.
  • An understanding of the relationship between the basic theories and concepts of the subfields of political science.
  • The knowledge and skills appropriate for employment or professional training in relevant public service careers.
  • The ability to apply social science and statistical methods to practical problems within the discipline.
  • The ability to communicate their knowledge orally and in writing.

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