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OCCC’s campus will remain open so students can access core services in person, including free WiFi, huddle stations, library, computers and labs. Some hands-on courses will continue to have on-campus instruction. Faculty will be available to you on-campus. Most classes scheduled for Fall will be conducted online. Fall classes begin August 17.  Fall classes
Masks are required in shared, open areas.

Information about services, departments and operating hours lives here: www.occc.edu/aboutus/jul-aug-intersession.html
Learn more about OCCC's precautions, best practices and adjustments to limit spread of COVID-19 at: www.occc.edu/coronavirus

Political Science

The Department of Political Science at Oklahoma City Community College is composed of a diverse group of active scholars committed to teaching, research, and mentoring future political scientists. The faculty's expertise spans American politics, comparative politics, law, political theory, public administration, and public policy. The department provides a broad base of 1000/2000-level courses in order to expose students to the various sub-fields of political science. The department is fully committed to ensuring that program majors are prepared for a successful transition to a four-year institution.

Oklahoma City Community College offers an Associate in Arts degree (A.A.) in Political Science. This degree provides excellent preparation for a full range of careers, including work in education, law, public policy, government, or public service.

Announcements:

  • Faculty: Please announce to your students that the Political Science Department's webpage is operational. Feel free to contact me if you would like to post announcements, events, etc. I believe that we need to be utilizing the webpage to connect with our majors and also to provide a bulletin board, so to speak, for them.

Thanks,   
Dr. Markus Smith, Chair