The transfer pathway prepares students for transfer to a four-year college or university to pursue a bachelor’s degree in political science, which include specializations in international relations, state and local government, American government, public law, public administration, or comparative government. Students with this background may also pursue bachelor’s degrees leading to employment in the following areas: non-profit agencies, congressional staffers, corporate advisor for government relations, foreign service officer, intelligence analyst, legislative analyst, labor relations specialist, international agency officer, journalism, and activism/advocacy.
Department of Social and Behavioral Sciences
Student Learning Outcomes
Student will be able to:
Demonstrate effective communication in their area or concentration of study.
Demonstrate their ability to access and interpret information within their area or concentration of study.
Think critically to anticipate, recognize, and solve problems within their area or concentration of study.
Add value through service to their community or area/concentration of study.
Transfer institutions may require different courses for this transfer program. Students should tailor their Owens program as closely as possible to the requirements at their four-year school of choice. Meet with an Advisor for more information.