"Those who expect to reap the blessings of freedom must…undergo the fatigues of supporting it."
The Political Science pathway at Gordon State provides a solid foundation for pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Political Science at another institution. This pathway leads toward a general understanding of the complex factors that influence our government and the processes which determine political decisions, activity, and behavior.
"Men will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest."
Area F Requirements
Required Course: 9 hours
POLS 1101 (3-0-3)*
Choose two of the following courses:
POLS 2201 (3-0-3)*
POLS 2301 (3-0-3)*
POLS 2401 (3-0-3)*
Choose three of the following courses: 9 hours
ANTH 1102 (3-0-3)
BUSA 2101 (3-0-3)
ECON 2105 (3-0-3)
ECON 2106 (3-0-3)
HIST 1121 (3-0-3)
HIST 1122 (3-0-3)
HIST 2111 (3-0-3)
HIST 2112 (3-0-3)
MATH 1113 (4-0-4)
MATH 2101 (3-0-3)
PHIL 2010 (3-0-3)
POLS 2401 (3-0-3)
PSYC 1101 (3-0-3)
SOCI 1101 (3-0-3)
SOCI 1160 (3-0-3)
SOCI 2293 (3-0-3)
Any foreign language course/s
(Students with credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1060.
Students with credit for SPAN 1060 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002.)
Hours Applied to Area F ....................................18 HOURS
*Courses must be taken in Area F.
Courses may not be used to satisfy requirements in more than one Area.
- Political Science 1101, 2201, and 2301 must be used to satisfy Area F requirements.
- Political Science 2401 can be used to satisfy either Area F or Area E requirements.
- Students with credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1060; Students with credit for SPAN 1060 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002.
- An Area F credit hour in excess of eighteen, resulting from MATH 1113, can be applied to Area B.
POLITICAL SCIENCE ADVISEMENT WORKSHEET(pdf)
Please print out this advisement worksheet and review all requirements before your initial meeting with your advisor. Hold on to this worksheet for future planning.
Course Rotation Schedule
Following are our planned offerings of Political Science classes for days (D) and evenings (E) where 20xx are odd numbered years (20013, 2015, etc.) and 20xy are even numbered years (2014, 2016, etc.)
This two year schedule shows a list of planned courses and as such is subject to change. At its sole discretion, the college may revise this schedule and any information contained herein, without advance notice. No contract, either expressly or implied, is created by this schedule.
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