Political science studies what is possible for humankind, and the public processes and institutions through which we seek to realize those possibilities. Thus, political science is the study of ends: happiness, freedom, prosperity, security; and political science is also the study of means: public law and authority, policy-making and administration, interest groups and political parties, political power and compromise, political action and public participation, political leadership and public opinion.
UCFV offers a minor in Applied Ethical and Political Philosophy as part of the Bachelor of Arts program. Refer to the Faculty of Arts & Applied Arts, Extended minors/minors section.
Moira Kloster, BA (York), MA, PDP (SFU), Department Head
Ron Dart, BA (Lethbridge); DCS, MCS (Regent College), MA (UBC)
Scott Fast, BA (Washington), MA (UBC)
James B. Haaland, BA, MA (Sask)
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