OSU-Cascades offers an undergraduate minor in political science
The political science minor works well with american studies, social science, liberal studies or business administration majors.
The Department of Political Science in the College of Liberal Arts offers course work leading to a political science major in several fields including: American politics, public policy, public law, public administration, political theory, state and local government, international relations, and comparative politics.
Either directly, or after graduate study, political science graduates pursue degrees in law, foreign service, public management (all levels of government), policy analysis, international organizations, journalism, university teaching, research, political office and -- as with many other liberal arts graduates --in business.
Students selecting the Political Science minor must complete 28 credits of political science, including at least two 4-credit introductory courses (chosen from PS 201, PS 204, PS 205, and PS 206) and at least 20 credits at the upper-division level.
No more than 8 credits from PS 401–PS 410 may be applied to the minor.
To declare a political science minor students should contact their OSU-Cascades academic advisor.