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2018-2019 Academic Catalog 
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Political Science Transfer to The University of Montana - Missoula

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Political Science provides students with an opportunity to observe the world’s political institutions, from local governments to international organizations. The focus is on the quality of political leadership, the values underlying public affairs, the political and legal processes used to make governmental decisions and insight into policies. A degree in political science prepares students for careers in government, law, public service, journalism, teaching, and management.

Associate of Arts Degree

Suggested course of study for a transfer to The University of Montana - Missoula:

First Year

First Year Total: 33

Second Year

  • Credit(s): 3

  • Communications (C) Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • OR

  • Humanities (H) Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • OR

  • Social Sciences (A or B) Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • OR

  • Writing (W) Requirement Credit(s): 3

  • Elective Credit(s): 10 1
  • Electives Credit(s): 6
  • Global Issues (G) Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • Mathematics (M) Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • Natural Science (NL or N)  Requirement Credit(s): 3
  • Social Sciences (A) Requirement Credit(s): 3
Second Year Total: 34

Total Credits: 67

1Recommend FRCH 101  & FRCH 102  or GRMN 101  & GRMN 102  or ITLN 101  & ITLN 102  or RUSS 101  & RUSS 102  or SPNS 101  & SPNS 102  if pursuing an option in International Relations and Comparative Politics. Competency at the 201 level is required. Students may test out of part or all of this requirement by contacting UM directly.

*Indicates prerequisite and/or corequisite needed. Check course description.

The information on all transfer programs is subject to change. Students should see their advisor to explore other possibilities not specifically listed in the program.

Advising Information:

For more information about this program, contact the FVCC Student Support Center or the Faculty Advisor. 

Student Support Center Advisor Faculty Advisor
Jori Bullemer Ami Mezahav, Ph.D.
LRC 129 BSS 121
(406) 756-3905 (406) 756-4183


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