Political Science & International Relations

Political Science & International Relations

Bachelor of Arts

NNU’s Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & International Relations provides students with a foundational study of government, public policy, and the political behavior of individuals and groups, with an opportunity to delve deeper into how it applies in international settings. Students are able to choose from one of three major tracks: general political science, international relations or pre-law.

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  • Justin Clardie
  • (208) 467-8875
  • jclardie@nnu.edu
  • LEARN about social and political realities that exist inside and outside the United States
  • DEVELOP essential skills—such as written and oral communication and critical thinking
  • STUDY abroad to gain international experience
  • WORK closely with faculty members

Political Science & International Relations

NNU’s Bachelor of Arts in Political Science & International Relations has a strong foundation in political science and provides the opportunity to incorporate courses from other disciplines. You will develop skills in critical thinking and analysis, written and oral communication and be encouraged to actively participate in the political process. Additionally, you will develop an understanding of international affairs through the study of modern language, intercultural communication skills, business and international commerce and the social and political realities that exist inside and outside the United States. Upon graduation, you will be prepared to pursue a career in politics, law, journalism, education, diplomacy, international finance, bilingual service, international ministry or for further study and specialized training.
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Bachelor of Arts

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