Courses in Political Science are designed to enlighten students about the concept of government including the origin, emergence, integration, transformation, and decline of political communities as well as their institutions and the rules and practices by which they resolve conflicts and make decisions. It involves an examination of the public policies of communities and the manner in which these policies are made. The Political Science major earns a B.A. degree.
In addition, the Political Science program offers majors a B.A. degree in Politics and Law, and a B.A. degree in Politics and International Affairs.
The North Carolina Student Legislature sponsored an Interim Council Meeting on the LRU campus this semester. The Speaker of the N.C. House of Representatives, Thom Tillis, spoke at the event.
Pictured is Congressman Tillis and the LRU student delegation.