Political Science

Political Science, as a discipline, seeks to use theoretical frameworks to assess the evolution of governments, states, and other institutions as they relate to complex problems in the field. We examine individuals as political actors who contribute to construction of political realities as they relate to individual identities through topics such as race, gender, and sexuality.

Political Science Courses Offered

  • Introduction to Political Science
  • American Government
  • International Relations
  • Politics of the Middle East
  • Minority Politics in the US
  • Women in Politics
  • Contemporary World
  • Political Economy
Earn a college transfer degree that includes Political Science classes.
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Career Possibilities

Careers in political science include working in local, state, federal government as well as intergovernmental organizations (United Nations, WTO, IMF, etc.) and nongovernmental organizations (Green Peace, Human Rights Watch, etc.). Other less obvious paths include working in public policy or through the Foreign Service Office. Students interested in domestic and international law often use political science as a prelude to law school. The critical thinking skills students acquire in political science prepares students for careers in virtually any field!

Faculty

Osei Bonsu
Old Dominion University, Finance, B.S.
Texas A&M International University, M.B.A.
Old Dominion University, International Studies, Ph.D.
Thomas Esch
University of Pittsburgh, Social Sciences M.A.T.
Carl Livingston
Notre Dame Law School, J.D.
Oral Roberts University, B.A. History; Minor, Political Science
A. Jawed Zouari
University of Washington, Political Science, M.A., Ph.D.

For more Information:

Humanities & Social Sciences Division
Seattle Central College
1701 Broadway, Room BE4128
Seattle, WA 98122
206.934.4164 206.934.4164

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