This degree is for students interested in political science, government, and international relations.
As a government and international politics major, you learn about government from courses taught by outstanding faculty, many of whom work in Washington, D.C. Develop first hand knowledge through internships in the nation’s capital.
You take core courses in American political institutions, the political systems of other countries, and international relations. You can choose electives that will allow you to earn a concentration in American politics, international politics, political theory and law, or public policy.
All students have opportunities for research, global-engagement, public service, and career preparation.