A course or two in Government is a part of many degree programs


Major | Minor

Government is the study of politics and governance, including the moral and ethical implications of political action. Courses fall into one of political science's four broad subfields: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Politics, or Political Theory. Non-majors are welcome to take courses as part of their electives or to inform other majors.

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Undergraduate Catalog: Government listing

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