Political Science at Pitt-Johnstown
In addition to an academic major, a student may also elect to complete a minor in Political Science. A minor in Political Science will give the student a background in examining the methods and consequences of government through the course of history, focusing on the political process as it is conducted in the United States and other nations. This minor requires 18 credits of Political Science study, ranging from introductory to upper level courses. Minoring in Political Science is very popular for History majors.
What Political Science classes are available?
The courses listed below are only a small glimpse into the Political Science courses available on our campus. To view the full list of Political Science course descriptions, click here.
Political Science Links
Pitt-Johnstown Political Science Homepage
Minor Requirements (.pdf)
Pitt-Johnstown Political Science Faculty
Dr. James Alexander (University of Colorado)
Office Location: 104D Krebs Hall
Dr. Raymond Wrabley (Arizona State University)
Office Location: 120C Krebs Hall
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