Department of History and Political Science
Exploring the human experience.
Whether you plan to discover or change the world, the Department of
History and Political Science can prepare you to realize your goals.
The Department of History and Political Science gives students a solid grounding in the
academic study of history, politics, government, law, public
administration and global relations. The Department is committed to
promoting students’ understanding of the richness and diversity of human
experience in its historical and global contexts. By equipping students
with critical thinking, writing, and communication skills, all fields
of study prepare students for graduate training, careers and lifelong
learning in our diverse world.
Majors and Minors
The Department of History and Political Science offers majors and minors in History, Political Science and Public Administration, a major in Global Studies and a minor in Legal Studies/Pre-Law. Read more.
Department currently has six full-time historians and three full-time
political scientists. As teacher-scholars, we value undergraduate
education in a liberal arts context and are actively engaged in
scholarship in our fields. For the faculty’s research and teaching
interests, see the Faculty profiles page.
Faculty members also contribute to the University’s interdisciplinary programs, including Integrative Studies and the Senior Year Experience, as well as the Honors, and Women’s Studies programs.
Internships and Experiential Learning Opportunities
Department values and encourages interaction with students outside of
the classroom. These opportunities enrich your education, and encourage your growth as a whole person. Read more.
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Professor Teaches History, Becomes Part of History
Title: Professor of History and Political Science
Department: History & Political Science
Professor of History and Political Science
History & Political Science Department
Professor Lou Rose not only teaches history, but he recently became part of history when he took over as editor of the psychoanalytical journal, American Imago, in its centennial year.