Political Science

Political Science is a social science in which you summarize, analyze, and evaluate political phenomena at local, state and international levels. Subfields include American national government, comparative politics, international relations, political theory, law and society, public policy and state and local government.

Madison College political science courses support the Liberal Arts Transfer Program and many professional degree programs.

Courses

Political Science Courses


Check out the full Course Catalog or follow the individual links below.

Qualified students who enroll in the Madison College Honors Program have the opportunity to work one-on-one with a faculty member to research and develop an Honors Project in a particular discipline. By completing an Honors Project, you will receive general elective credits that may count toward your degree or certificate.

Faculty

Full-Time Faculty


Maurice Sheppard (Department Chair)
Office: C3448, Truax
Phone: (608) 246-6788 
Email: MCSheppard@madisoncollege.edu

Part-Time Faculty


Matthew Lieber 
Email:
MLieber@madisoncollege.edu

Jennifer Kammerud 
Email: Kammerud@madisoncollege.edu

Adrienne Roach 
Email: anroach@madisoncollege.edu

Transfer & Careers

Transfer Information

Liberal Arts Transfer students seeking a Political Science major or minor may consider the following four-year institutions. Contact the specific institution for additional transfer and program information. 

Career Potential

Political Science majors and minors have careers in federal, state and local governments; law; business; international organizations; nonprofit associations and organizations; campaign management and polling; journalism; pre-collegiate education; electoral politics; research and university and higher education.