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Political Science  

A guide to Political Science resources at Cressman Library.
Last Updated: Aug 29, 2017 URL: Print Guide

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Research in History

This LibGuide provides a guide to the tools available to the Cedar Crest community for research of political science. A link to the Political Science Department's website is provided to offer more information on the programs of study and courses offered, as well as internship and research opportunities. The LibGuide also provides samples and instructions for the access and use of books, eBooks, reference tools, journals and databases.



Library databases and full-text articles may be accessed from off campus.


Follow the directions below:


1)  select the resource you want to use from a LibGuide or the library website


2)  on the “EZproxy” login screen


3)  enter your campus network login credentials


NOTE: Your EZproxy login is the same as your Campus Network login; also, your Email login and your Canvas login--without the It is NOT your My CedarCrest login.


If you encounter a problem or need assistance with research questions, contact Cressman Library Information Services at 610-606-4666 (ext: 3536).

The Political Science Major and Minor at Cedar Crest

Gain analytical, communication and decision making skills with our political science major, minor, or pre-law program.

By studying the field of political science at Cedar Crest College, you will prepare yourself well for a wide array of exciting, vital and valuable careers—any of which will enable you to reach your fullest potential and to help shape the course of the future. Your studies in our political science department will provide you with the strong foundation of knowledge and skills you need to succeed.

As a political science student at Cedar Crest College, you will attain a deeper understanding of the relationship between law and justice. You will also develop important skills—such as critical thinking, problem solving, leadership and oral and written communication—that will serve you well in any future endeavor. Today’s employers increasingly seek individuals with such skills, especially in higher-level positions. Upon graduation, you will be able toanalyze situations from numerous viewpoints and to articulate your thoughts to others.


Ask Your Librarian

Visit the Information Services desk at the library for friendly face-to-face reference assistance. We can help you locate the resources you need and teach you how to use the research tools at your disposal.

Phone: (610) 606-4666 ext. 3536


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