Political Science

Program Info

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Area of Study
Office Contact
Social Science, Arts, and Fitness Division: 313-845-9625, socialscience@hfcc.edu, Fine Arts Bldg, Room: F-140
Faculty Contact
Anthony Perry: 313-845-6383, adperry1@hfcc.edu, Campus Safety, Room: N-237

Program Description


Politics is the study of who gets what, when, and how through government or other instruments of power. Power can be exercised by individuals, interest groups, parties, nation-states, or international organizations.

Political science also examines the theory and practice of politics by focusing on political behavior and values. Subfields include American government, public policy and administration, judicial politics, comparative politics, international relations, and political theory.

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