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San Antonio TX, 78212
210-486-0559
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What is the Political Science course of study? 

The Political Science course of study is designed for students that want a broad based education in the social sciences in order to prepare for careers in education, government, and private sector. 

What will I learn? 

Students are exposed to major fields of the discipline, primarily American politics, public policy, and international relations.  Students learn about the primary political institutions of the American and Texas political systems as well as the policy making process and the major institutions of the international system. 

What can I do with this course of study? 

Courses are designed to provide students with critical analysis skills in preparation for employment with governmental entities, teaching, graduate studies, and entry level management positions with private sector employers.

What's special about the Political Science course of study? 

Students are provided with a hands-on internship with a local governmental or non-profit entity.

 

 

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Contact Information

Tiffany Cox Hernandez,  Ph.D., J.D.  
Department Chair of Public Policy and Service  
Email:        tcox29@alamo.edu 
Location:    Chance Academic Center, (CAC 223)  
Phone:    (210) 486-0835

Professor C. Woodard Kaupert
Political Science Program Coordinator
Email   cwoodard-kaupert@alamo.edu  
Location: Chance Academic Center (CAC-217C)

Phone:  210-486-1008