The Political Science Program at Flagler College is dedicated to providing students with the knowledge and analytical skills necessary for them to rise to the challenges of responsible citizenship and effective leadership in both a diverse society and a global community. Through discovering and learning the concepts and theories of political science, students will be provided with the necessary tools to integrate new facts into their own worldviews; to reflect upon themselves in relationship to others; to take risks, to participate actively in political life, and to accept responsibility for their actions. Students graduating from this program will be equipped not only with the knowledge required to live and work in an increasingly interdependent global community, but also with the skills – verbal, written and technological – that will empower them to succeed in the workplace, graduate school, and the professions.
Students must take at least six elective hours at the 300-level and 12 elective hours at the 400-level. Within this elective requirement, at least one course must be completed from each of the following three categories:
Choose at least one course from below (American Politics/Government)