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Political Science

Dept. Chair:

Kathleen Collihan


Behavioral & Social Sciences


Carlos Reyes


(916) 484-8283

Introduction to U.S. government, foreign government, and California government; Constitutional rights, international relations, political ideologies, and law and society.

For a complete list of available courses, please visit the open classes page

ARC's political science courses are typically both UC and CSU transferable. For information about a specific class, please see the "courses" link to the left, our current catalog, or contact counseling at 916-484-8572.

Open sections for fall include:

POLS 301: Introduction to Government: United States Mornings: 10475 (meeting TTh at 9:00am); 13056 (meeting F at 9:00am); 11384 (meeting TTh at 10:30am) Afternoons: 11359 (meeting M at 12:00pm & online); 10100 (meeting W at 12:00pm & online); 11070 (meeting MW at 1:30pm); 10101 (meeting MW at 3:00pm); 13190 (meeting TTh at 3:00pm, 2nd 8 week class) Evenings: 13188 (meeting M at 5:30pm & online); 11837 (meeting MW at 7:00pm); 10103 (meeting TTh at 7:00pm)  

POLS 302: Introduction to Government: Foreign Mornings: 11185 (meeting MW at 10:30am)  

POLS 310: Introduction to International Relations Mornings: 10104 (meeting TTh at 10:30am)  

POLS 330: Constitutional Rights Mornings: 12673 (meeting TTh at 9:00am)  

POLS 342: Women and Politics from a Global Perspective Mornings: 19035 (meeting MW at 9:00am)