Political Science is concerned with the study of power, government, and the state. Power relationships among individuals, groups, and nations, and their governmental and policy results are examined using a variety of political science methods, including case studies, textual analysis, field research and interviews, and statistical analysis of quantitative data.
Wooster political science majors are encouraged to pursue the concentration that interests them (U.S. Politics, International Relations, Political Theory, or Comparative Politics), and have numerous opportunities for off-campus study.
During senior year, each student works with a faculty member to investigate a subject of the student's choosing. These Independent Study projects provide majors with the opportunity to examine a topic of special interest in great depth.
Department Chair: Kent Kille, Associate ProfessorOffice Location: 106 Kauke HallPhone: 330-263-2456Fax: 330-263-2614
When Lance Mason came to Wooster as a first-year student, he thought he might follow in his father’s footsteps and become a physician. But somewhere during those first two years of chemistry and biology, he changed his focus to the law.
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1189 Beall Avenue, Wooster, Ohio 44691. (330) 263-2000
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