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Gannon University's public service and global affairs program is an innovative major for those who dream of changing the world. Pursue your passions for travel, current events, politics, languages and literature and apply them to rich career opportunities in non-profit fundraising, international development and policy analysis to shape our domestic sphere and global affairs.
Gain real-world knowledge through key public service and global affairs courses including:
Plagues & Pandemics: Learn about the roots, reactions and consequences of plagues and pandemics across time through this comparative history course.
War Crimes: Learn about the history and legal foundations of war crimes. Finish your coursework by traveling to the International Criminal Court at the Hague in the Netherlands and to Bosnia to experience first-hand how war crimes are dealt with on the ground and at the highest levels of international jurisprudence.
A Problem from Hell: A Century of Genocide: Examine the problem of state-sponsored mass violence across time and space through this comparative mass violence course. Finish the class in Poland and the Ukraine to visit Holocaust-related sites and study a post-genocide society first-hand.
Gannon's public service and global affairs program will prepare you with the professional contacts, real world skills and confidence needed for your post-graduate career. Through an array of opportunities you can:
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Anjali SahayAssociate ProfessorDirectorAssociate Professor
William HallockAssistant Professor
Mark JubulisAssociate Professor
Mengzhong ZhangAssociate Professor
Amanda IadelucaAdjunct Lecturer
Sheila SterrettAdjunct Lecturer
Denise WilsonAdjunct Lecturer