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Political science courses involve the study of government and politics at the city, state, national and global levels. You'll learn about the perennial issues of collateral damage, environmental destruction, genocide, human rights, ideology clashes, regulations, revolutions, taxes and terrorism.
Political science courses can fulfill general education requirements for many of NWACC's degree paths and can be transferred to a four-year university.
If you decide to transfer and pursue a bachelor's degree in political science courses, you can find employment opportunities in public service,
activism, journalism, law, lobbying, public policy, political campaigning, data analysis
Political Science Courses:
PLSC 1303 Intro to the United Nations
PLSC 2003 American National Government
PLSC 2003H American National Government, Honors
PLSC 2103 Intro to Comparative Politics
PLSC 2203 State and Local Government
PLSC 2303 Intro to Public Policy and Administration
PLSC 2803 Intro to Intl Relations
PLSC 2903 Political Science Internship
Model United Nations
NWACC also has a Model United Nations team that competes in college tournaments. The team role-plays countries in United Nations committees and competes against other colleges and universitie. Find out more about joining the team by emailing ModelUN@nwacc.edu or learn about registering a team for NWACC's Model United Nations Conference.