Department of Political Science

The goals of the department are to employ discovery learning to develop an understanding of both the foundational concepts of systems of government and the theoretical concepts that animate contemporary public affairs; to create a balanced perspective among the subdisciplines within political science; to empower the student to integrate lessons learned in other disciplines with those framed in political science and to prepare the student for an effective transition, after graduation, to either career employment or graduate studies.

MAJORS AND MINORS

Benedictine College offers both a major and minor in Political Science
Benedictine College offers a minor/concentration in pre-Law
Benedictine College offers a minor in Economics and Politics

REQUIREMENTS

COURSE CATALOG

CAREERS

Lawyer, Politician, Policy Research Analyst

CAMPUS ORGANIZATIONS AND ACTIVITIES

College Democrats
BC Republicans
Student Government Association (SGA)
Knights of Columbus
Amnesty International

FACULTY

Dr. John F. Settich, Professor and Chair
Dr. Francis P. Kessler, Professor
Dr. Kimberly Shankman, Professor & Dean of College Academics
Dr. William Raymond, Associate Professor

CONTACT INFORMATION

For more information, please email Dr. John F. Settich or call 913.360.7499.