Virtual Mentoring Program
Get advice from those who have come through the program before you!They have all sat where you sit now..and survived. They have all VOLUNTEERED to serve as virtual mentors to our current students and would be more than happy to hear from you and offer professional or even personal advice.
The Department of Political Science at MTSU offers the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) and Bachelor of Science (B.S.) degrees in Political Science with a General Focus or with a concentrations in Pre-Law, Public Administration, or Teaching Licensure; a Bachelor of Science (B.S) degree in International Relations; and a Master of Arts (M.A.) in International Affairs. Minors are offered in Political Science, International Relations, Public Administration, and Political and Civic Engagement. The Department also coordinates interdisciplinary minors in Urban Studies, Russian Studies, and African Studies. Beginning Fall 2014, the Department will offer an Accelerated Bachelor to Masters Program (ABM) in International Relations (B.S.) and International Affairs (M.A).
Programs in Political Science prepare students for a wide range of careers in government,
law, public service, public affairs, international affairs, non-governmental organizations,
and education.The programs also help prepare students for more advanced degrees in
the area. The faculty of the Department of Political Science is committed to excellence in teaching,
scholarship and service, and providing you an excellent undergraduate education that
combines the traditional classroom experience with applied and practical training,
and experience through fieldwork, internships, and active student organizations. Click
on FACULTY to explore the experience and expertise of our faculty. If you have any questions concerning our programs, please do not hesitate to contact
me or the Executive Aide, Pam Davis.
Stephen Morris, Chair
NEW Accelerated Bachelor to Masters Program in International Relations/International Affairs
Dr. AMANDA DIPAOLO will be joining the faculty of St. Thomas University in her home town of Fredericton, New Brunswick this fall. The Department wishes her well and thanks her for her remarkable service to the students and the institution. She will be missed.
New Student Orientation August 29