Regional Site Program
The political science department has several options for students at the regional
site campuses! Read below for more information on the programs we offer at the regional
The Political Science department offers a concentration in political science at all of our regional site campuses. The POLS program can be one of three concentrations as part of a Bachelor's degree in General Studies or Universities Studies, or it can be a standalone minor in combination with another degree.
Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
The B.A. in Political Science is currently available at both regional site campuses and fully online. Students at regional site campuses can take a combination of face-to-face, synchronous, and online courses to complete the 36-hour requirement for a B.A. in Political Science. Interested in taking courses at the regional site to get your Political Science education started? Would you prefer a fully online Political Science degree? Contact us!
Masters of Public Administration
The M.P.A. is currently in the development stage for the regional site campuses. We anticipate offering an M.P.A. beginning in Fall 2017. The M.P.A. is a 2 year program, and students will take a combination of face-to-face, synchronous, and fully online courses to complete the 42 hour requirement for an M.P.A. Want to learn more about Public Administration? Take one of our M.P.A. electives, offered at all of our regional site campuses in the 2016-17 school year!
*B.A. & M.P.A. pending THECB approval and SACSCOC notification
Programs available at the following campuses:
• Highland Lakes
• Hill College