Political Science (BA) Program Assessment
The Political Science program is aligned with the mission of the Department of Behavioral Sciences and York College in the following ways. We strive to provide students with the knowledge and skills that will prepare them for careers, as well as graduate and professional studies, and to contribute as active citizens in our ever-changing interdependent world. Our students will develop critical reading, writing and thinking skills to evaluate the structure and operation of politics and power, including their own and other political systems. The Political Science program encourages community service and social responsibility both through our course work and community-based internships. Students have an opportunity to do independent research to gain research experience and mentorship from individual faculty members. We offer a flexible program that serves the interests of our diverse and multicultural college community. The program will provide the foundation for students to become informed, active, socially responsible, and ethical citizens, professionals, and leaders.
- Acquisition of Knowledge and Critical Thinking Skills for Professional Life and Graduate Studies
- Engagement with Real-world Political and Professional Contexts
- Making Evidence-Based Arguments
The Political Science (BA) Program is part of the school of Arts and Sciences, Behavioral Sciences Department