Scholars Shaping Politics And International Relations


Department of Political Science and International Relations provides a robust undergraduate program that equips students with the knowledge and skills needed for dynamic careers in politics and public policy. With a range of minors available, including Human Rights and Global Economy, you can customize your academic journey to match your unique passions and aspirations, fostering a well-rounded and specialized educational experience in this prestigious institution.


Department of Political Science and International Relations provides graduate and doctoral students with an academically rigorous program. This curriculum focuses on the core principles of political science and international relations, ensuring that graduates acquire essential skills and cutting-edge knowledge to not only advance their careers but also make meaningful contributions to their respective fields.


Our faculty who focus on international relations provide an interdisciplinary and theoretically-informed analysis of global issues and contemporary security, political, and economic developments worldwide. The faculty who specialize in political science have outstanding expertise in the study of American national and local politics, public law, comparative political institutions, public opinion, political parties, racial and ethnic politics, political participation, as well as experimental methods and causality.

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Department Office

Location: DMC 330

Undergraduate Office

Office location: DMC 327

Business hours: Monday – Friday, 9 AM- 5PM

Graduate Office

Office location: DMC 214