• Political science majors to attend law school.
  • Political science major Bianca Gianfrate ’11 at Otsego County Drug Treatment Courts in Cooperstown during January Term 2009
  • 2008 Presidential Primary Debate Party.
  • Political science students as mock Supreme Court judges.

Political Science

Year 1
POSC 101 U.S. Government and Politics OR POSC 107 Freedom, Equality and Justice
POSC 105 International Relations or POSC 108 Intro to Comparative Politics and two POSC electives at the 200-level

Year 2
POSC 209 Political Science Research Methods and three POSC electives, at least one at the 300-level

Year 3
POSC 489 Thesis Methods
POSC 490 Senior Thesis and two POSC electives, at least two at the 300-level

Contact Laurel Elder for more information about this program.

In addition to the courses listed above, students must satisfy all Liberal Arts in Practice curriculum requirements. Other terms and conditions of the Three-Year Bachelor's Degree Program can be found by clicking here.

Current students interested in pursuing a three-year degree program must be in good academic standing and have completed at least 40 academic credits by the end of their first year. Current students wishing to enroll in a three-year program must fill out and submit a declaration form to the Office of the Registrar.