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Complementary to a major in History, Business, English, Sociology, or Psychology, Taylor’s minor in Political Science helps students build a strong foundation for growing passions in politics, leadership, and the American nation.
Classes cover a wide variety of political subjects, including political thinking, comparative politics, state and local politics, public policy, and the roles of Congress and the President. Taylor’s dedicated faculty teach all classes from a Christian worldview perspective, and a Political Science minor will equip you for a variety of future careers.
Graduates with a minor in Political Science can follow career paths in the government as politicians or congressional staff members, become political writers, or join advocacy groups for areas like education and the environment.
Students interested in course descriptions and academic policies can check out our Undergraduate Catalog.
A Taylor liberal arts education will prepare you to live and work in a fast-changing world. It also goes a step further: laying a strong spiritual foundation that cultivates wisdom. You’ll become a well-versed individual, equipped with critical thinking skills, a lifelong love of learning, and an appreciation for God’s creation.
Jul 13, 2021
Washington Attorney Russell Balikian ’09 will present the lecture for this week’s observance of Constitution Day, this Friday, September 17.Read Article
Mar 25, 2020
When the coronavirus began to spread across the globe, Taylor University called back students studying abroad for the semester in consideration of their safety and health. The news is understandably flooded with stories highlighting the worst, but one testimony stood out from the abundance of bad news.Read Article
Feb 15, 2019
Taylor University will host Appeals on Wheels on Tuesday, February 19, from 10–11:30 am in Alspaugh East and West in the Hodson Dining Commons. Taylor students are encouraged to attend, and the general public is also welcome.Read Article
Apr 10, 2018
Taylor University alumna and Carolina Journal Associate Editor Kari Travis has been named recipient of the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship. Affiliated with The Fund for American Studies, the Robert Novak Journalism Fellowship awards grants to fund a major, year-long investigative journalism project. Travis will continue to work for the Carolina Journal while working on her Novak Fellowship project.Read Article