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History, Political Science, & Disaster Science

 

The Department of History, Political Science, and Disaster Science is responsible for developing and offering baccalaureate degree programs to students who wish to pursue educational opportunities in one of the department’s core disciplines. The programs offered by the department are of the highest quality and prepare students not only to take up a wide array of positions in the workforce but also to pursue graduate-level education if they so wish.

In addition, the department provides substantial general education support to programs offered by other Departments on LSUA’s campus. At present, the department offers general education courses in geography, history, and political science.

About the HPDS Department
Bachelor of Arts in History
Bachelor of General Studies in Political Science
Career Opportunities in Political Science
Bachelor of General Studies - Pre-Law Concentration
Career Opportunities with a Pre-Law Degree
Internships and Public History Program
ROTC Program
Bachelor of General Studies - Disaster Science and Emergency Management Concentration
Career Opportunities in Disaster Science and Emergency Management

Meet the Faculty

James Rogers
Jim Rogers Ph.D.
Chair, History, Political Science, and Disaster Science & Professor of History
318-427-4495
jrogers@lsua.edu
Mulder - 332
Christopher Stacey
Christopher Stacey Ph.D.
Professor of History
318-427-4483
cstacey@lsua.edu
Mulder - 328
Kerry Ordes
Kerry Ordes Ph.D.
Professor of Political Science
318-473-6577
kordes@lsua.edu
Mulder - 330

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 Contact Us

Dr. James Rogers II, Department Chair
8100 Hwy 71 South
Alexandria LA 71302
318-427-4495

jrogers@lsua.edu

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If you would like to know more about the History & Political Sciences department, please give us a call at (318) 473-6470 or drop by and see us in Mulder Hall 303.