International & Comparative Politics

International & Comparative Politics

Bachelor of Arts (BA)
School of Arts & Sciences
Model real-world situations, use deductive reasoning to arrive at implications, and test conclusions using statistical and analytical techniques to develop creative ways to contribute to the society in which you live. Economics sits within the School of Arts & Sciences.
Program Overview
The Bachelor of Arts program in International and Comparative Politics introduces students to the several sub-disciplines of political studies; International Relations, Comparative Politics, Political Theory, and Public Administration.

The program trains graduates in the liberal arts tradition of thinking independently, critically, and analytically; communicating effectively and finding creative ways to contribute to the society in which they live.

Graduates with a BA in International and Comparative Politics can follow several career tracks. Professional options open to ICP graduates include careers in the following areas:

  • Public service
  • Diplomatic service
  • Politics
  • International/Regional organizations
  • The third sector: non-governmental organizations
Program Requirements
Faculty
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Available start dates
September 2018 / January 2019

Course Duration
Full Time: 4 years

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Program Chair
Williams Bill Hansen
Assistant Professor
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