Oct 19, 2020  
Butler Community College - CATALOG 2020-21 
    
Butler Community College - CATALOG 2020-21

Political Science (AA)


Program Information

Do you have concerns about what motivates our public officials and how their decisions affect the average citizen? Do you have questions regarding the nature of “who gets what” as national, local and state governments decide issues of taxation, spending and constitutional matters? If so, you probably have at least a moderate interest in political science. Butler offers a variety of courses that probe the workings of the public realm. If you are concerned about what happens “inside the beltway” in Washington, D.C. and its impact on U.S. citizens, Butler offers a course in American Federal Government. If you have questions regarding decisions made in Topeka and other levels of government closer to your home, the course in State and Local Government may best suit your interests. If you have questions about politics in the global environment, consider the course in International Relations.

Butler Community College is committed to flexible pathways for our student’s success. Courses are offered in varying delivery formats; face-to-face, blended and online. When reviewing this pathway, please check the Class Schedule to identify which format the course is offered to make sure you are selecting the delivery modality that fits your needs.

Milestone Courses - Milestone courses are considered essential for progress within a selected Pathway and are indicated by a diamond symbol (♦).

(T►) Kansas State Wide Transfer course.

Contact Information

Tim Myers
Department Chair
316.218.6228
Office: BOA, Room 5343A
lmyers@butlercc.edu

Select one: 3 Credit Hours


Second Term: 15-16 Credit Hours


Fourth Term: 17 Credit Hours


Total Degree Pathway Credit Hours: 65-66