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Erie, PA 16541
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Ruskin, FL 33573
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Are you an idealist who wants to change the world? Are you intrigued by politics, current events and international affairs? If so, then Gannon’s
political science program is for you. Housed in the School of Public Service & Global Affairs, this interactive program will give you the skills,
knowledge, conceptual tools and experience to make a mark on the world through meaningful careers in education, foreign service, journalism,
nonprofit, politics and more.
Gain real-world knowledge through key political science
Road to the White House: Study the history of
presidential elections and campaigns; re-enact presidential
debates and understand the politics and personalities
animating presidential politics from the 18th century until
U.S. Foreign Policy: Explore the historical and intellectual foundations of contemporary U.S. foreign policy and apply this knowledge to contemporary foreign policy dilemmas and international crises, as well as issues related to homeland security.
Special Topics: Participate in a series of classes that cover topics such as globalization, Model United Nations, totalitarian regimes, nationalism and regional politics in Russia and Asia.
Students will gain a high-quality education and advanced
undergraduate research that will enable success in the
rigors of graduate school or a profession. Gannon’s political
science program students can:
“The program’s inter-professional collaboration has provided signifcant networking connections that have helped me access valuable career advice from those working in the field.”
Phone: 814-871-7240Toll Free: 1-800-426-6668
Office Location:Gitnik Manse162 W. Sixth St.
Assistant ProfessorHistory Program
University OmbudspersonPresident's Office
Assistant ProfessorLegal Studies
Co-Director, PSGAPublic Service & Global Affair
Program DirectorPublic Service & Global Affair
Associate ProfessorPolitical Science Program
Associate ProfessorMaster of Public Admin
Associate ProfessorHonors Program
DirectorPolitical Science Program