Are you interested in American politics? International affairs? Critical issues such as healthcare, the environment, or civil rights? How power and resources are allocated in society? If so, you should consider studying political science.
Political science students gain a versatile set of skills that can be applied in a wide range of exciting careers -- federal, state, and local government; domestic and international business; journalism; education; law; and electoral politics -- to name just a few.
(Above description courtesy American Political Science Association -- www.apsanet.org)
(Click on instructor's name for Schedule and Office Hours)
|Jay Zarowitz (homepage)||Room 242-A||231-777-0374||Jay.Zarowitz@muskegoncc.edu|
|Kurt Troutman (homepage)||Room 242-D||231-777-0639||Kurt.Troutman@muskegoncc.edu|
|Scott Banninga (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Scott.Banninga@muskegoncc.edu|
|Andrew Fink (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Andrew.Fink@muskegoncc.edu|
|Andrew Hicks (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Andrew.Hicks@muskegoncc.edu|
|Seth Koehler (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Seth.Koehler@muskegoncc.edu|
|Marvin Nash (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Marvin.Nash@muskegoncc.edu|
|Field Reichardt (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||Field.Reichardt@muskegoncc.edu|
|David Takitaki (Adjunct)||Room 242||231-777-0380||David.Takitaki@muskegoncc.edu|