At all times, the political climate calls for skilled interpreters to help the public navigate new information, policies, and current events. These shepherds take the form of social science research assistants, political reporters and correspondents, political scientists, and lawyers.
As a student of the Political Science program, you’ll have the opportunity to take your passion for political science and liberal arts to a local, national, or global level. Learn how to define, defend, and critique political concepts, systems, and theories while demonstrating effective communication skills for a diverse world.
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Students at any Maricopa Community College may need to complete courses at more than one of our colleges.
Helping people navigate and understand law and public policy is critical these days. At EMCC, you will study American politics, international politics, political theory and ideology, comparative politics and public administration. Careers vary widely, including public administration and government work, paralegal roles, and the practice of law. Students in Political Science at SCC have obtained internships in political campaigns, the state legislature, and in public policy organizations both in Arizona and in Washington D.C. Students in the Political Science program earn the Associate of Arts, which prepares them for transfer to a four-year program.