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The Department of Political Science and International Relations
offers major programs leading to the BA in Political Science, the BA
in International Relations, the BA in Political Science Education,
and a joint program with the Department of Foreign Languages and
Literature leading to a BA in French, German, or Spanish/Political
Science. Honors degree options are available for all degrees. A minor
in Political Science is also available, as well as a minor in Political
Political Science majors acquire a broad introduction to the study
of government and politics within a liberal arts tradition. Political
Science majors may be completed without a concentration - providing a
of the field - or with a concentration - allowing for more in-depth
in a Political Science subfield. International Relations majors
broad introduction to international politics within an
International Relations majors complete regional specializations as
concentrations in an International Relations subfield. We hope that
course of study with us, our undergraduate majors and minors will
their analytical and written and oral communication skills, learn
how to work
well with their peers, prepare for a wide array of careers and
We encourage all of our majors to take advantage of the many experiential
learning opportunities at the University of Delaware. These include the
chance to conduct undergraduate research with one of our faculty members,
study abroad during winter or summer session, complete an internship in
Delaware or a nearby major city, engage in service learning, or be an undergraduate
teaching assistant for one of our classes. For students interested in law
school or future legal careers we encourage participation in the Legal Studies
program; in addition, several of our faculty serve as pre-law advisers.
Finally, for International Relations students and others interested in international
affairs we encourage participation in the Area Studies programs that focus
on the culture, history and politics of different areas of the world. While
completing a regional specialization for the International Relations degree
it is possible to complete a major or minor in one of the University's Area Studies programs: African, Asian, European, Islamic, Jewish Studies, Latin American and Iberian.
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Dr. Kara Ellerby, Director
of Undergraduate Studies
For more information about our undergraduate majors and minors, please contact
Dr. Kara Ellerby (firstname.lastname@example.org),
Director of Undergraduate Studies, or Barbara Ford (email@example.com),
Undergraduate Administrative Assistant.
the pdf files below for an in-depth look at each of our majors and career
POSC A Distinctive Expereince.pdf International Relations A Distinctive Expereince.pdf