Public Administration and Political Science Department

Public Administration and Political Science Department

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Photo 1Vision
Create a dynamic, diverse program which meets the career needs of students and the needs of the larger community for well educated, well seasoned and talented future leaders.

Mission 
Challenge and engage students in an educational journey which utilizes coursework and practical application experiences, community practicum/internships and service learning opportunities that  enable students to develop, refine and expand their knowledge, skill development and abilities.  In the process, teach them to both make a living and to make a life.  

 

The Department at a Glance    

Photo 2The Public Administration and Political Science Department includes a variety of programs, certificates and coursework that allow students choices of academic pursuit as they prepare to more fully reach their career and life goals. 

Please visit various links to learn more about programs and courses available through regular classroom attendance, videoconference, Internet (Web), and Web blended (combination of in-class and Internet).

FacultyFull-Time Faculty  

Adjunct Faculty – Office: PS 106  800-995-5222 + extensions below:

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