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Western Kentucky University

Department of Political Science

President of WKU hosts picnic, September 2014. Pictured are four international students enrolled in the MPA program.

Three students from the Department were honored at the Potter College Awards banquet on Friday, April 11 at the Augenstein Alumni Center.

From left to right: Dr. Saundra Ardrey, Major Stephen S. Trotter, Vannessa Allbright, Paige Settles, Dean Lee

Students attending the 2013 presidential inauguration with Dr. Ardrey

Political Science students visited the Koutoubia in Marrakech, Morocco with Dr. Kiasatpour

The Department of Political Science now offers the International Affairs major.

Camron Kiasatpour, son of Dr. Kiasatpour, visits Isfahan, Iran to celebrate the Iranian New Year

All attendees of the "welcome dinner" hosted by the WKU MPA program.

Welcome to the Department of Political Science at Western Kentucky University

"Enter to Learn...Depart to Serve"

Great Opportunities Await You in the WKU Department of Political Science!

The Political Science Department graduates the third highest number of political science/government majors in the state, and is listed in the top twenty of all WKU majors. Political Science majors are some of the brightest and most dynamic students on campus. They gain experience in the international arena through their participation in the model U.N. conferences and study abroad, and are active in mock trial national competitions. Students in our department also intern for congressmen at the state and national level, giving them experience in the political field before they graduate. The Department strives to prepare our students for their choice of post-graduate options, including graduate school, professional school, or the job market.

 Visit our courses page to learn more about the requirements for our different majors and minors offered within the department.

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Information Session for The Washington Center

Join us September 29th in Grise Hall room 337 to learn more about the internships offered through The Washington Center.

See the latest IBM Center for The Business of Government Report

The IBM Center for The Business of Government publishes new report on participatory budgeting by Dr. Victoria Gordon.

Constitution Week

Monday September the 15th begins Constitution Week here at WKU. The Political Science Department has partnered with a few other departments on campus to bring you a week full of events aiming to help students become more engaged citizens.

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