Graduate degrees


Undergraduate degrees

Bachelor’s degrees
  • B.A. Political Science
  • B.A. International & Global Studies
  • B.A. Political Science – Prelaw Track
  • B.A. Political Science – Intelligence and National Security Track
  • Diplomacy
  • European Studies
  • Global Peace & Security Studies
  • Intelligence & National Security
  • International & Global Studies
  • Political Science
  • Political Science – Pre-law
  • Terrorism Studies
  • Civics Teaching
  • Diplomacy
  • Individual Liberties
  • Intelligence & National Security
  • Kurdish Studies
  • Politics of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Identity


Average Earnings 5 years After Graduation

Political Science and Government BS


International/Global Studies BA


Political Science and Government, General MA



Program Awards



Undergraduate Students (Fall 2021)

B.A. International & Global Studies: 1,143
B.A. International & Global Studies: 223

Graduate Students (Fall 2021)

No. of Masters: 36
No. of Ph.D.: 26

Student Awards and Scholarships

  • Bledsoe-Young Award
  • Dwight C. Kiel Memorial Scholarship
  • Dr. Roger Handberg Scholarship
  • Dr. Najmaldin Karim Fellowship
  • Pollock-Ellsworth Endowed Award
  • The Laassel Family Political Science Endowed Scholarship

Faculty and Research

The School of Politics, Security, and International Affairs has over 30 full-time faculty. In addition to teaching, our faculty publish cutting-edge research that is published in books and articles in leading academic journals. Research interests are broad and include: American politics, comparative politics and international relations. Our faculty members contribute to the public discourse through frequent appearance on and comments to local and national media, and share their insights on highly regarded public forums.

Faculty Publications