If you are interested in pursuing a career in education, politics, government, law, or law enforcement, the Fort Valley State University Department of History, Geography, Political Science, and Criminal Justice is the place for you.
The Department currently has over 200 majors pursuing degrees and nine full-time faculty members with various research interests. To date, departmental faculty members have authored nine books, published numerous scholarly articles and book reviews, and contributed to major reference works. They have served as consultants, presented papers at national professional conferences, and served on the editorial boards of academic journals.
In addition, the Department has designed its programs to meet the needs of both traditional and non-traditional students. Classes offerings are provided during the day, in the evening, and on the web.
The Criminal Justice and Political Science programs are available as fully online programs. For more information, call: (478) 825-6338.
For additional information on the degrees offered by the Department, please see the Degree Offerings & Balance Sheets page.
If you have specific questions or need information not available on the web site, please contact Ms. Bass or Dr. Herd-Clark at:
Ms. Valeria Bass
Fax Number: 478-825-6161
Dr. Dawn Herd-Clark
Room 134, Horace Mann Bond Building
Phone: (478) 825-6230