Political Science

Study the ways our everyday lives are shaped by politics.

A degree in political science enables you to become conscious of the forces that give meaning and shape to our condition while furthering your understanding of change and whether it is beneficial for society.

Pursue a traditional political science major or immerse yourself in one of five concentrations:

•    Poverty, inequality, and development
•    Democracy and democratization
•    Law, society, and ideology
•    Political institutions and policy
•    Globalization

You also have the opportunity to participate in non-traditional classroom learning experiences, which can include a Washington semester program at American University.

Major and Minor Requirements

Visit the Rollins catalogue to access the major and minor map.

Contact

Dept. of Political Science
Cornell Hall for the Social Sciences
1000 Holt Ave. – 2762
Winter Park, FL 32789-4499
T. 407.646.2158
F. 407.646.2363
Department of Political Science website
Dexter Boniface
Associate Professor
Cornell Hall 202
407.646.2389
Dan Chong
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 208
407.691.1709
Michael Clancy
Cornell Hall 115
407.646.2251
Donald Davison
Professor
Cornell Hall 205
407.646.2505
Joan Davison
Professor
Cornell Hall 211
407.646.2551
Richard Foglesong
Professor
Cornell Hall 206
407.646.2608
Mike Gunter
Professor
Cornell Hall 212
407.646.2263
Tom Lairson
Professor
Cornell Hall 214
407.646.2166
Julia Maskivker
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 236
407.646.2301
Alison Reeve
Administrative Assistant
Cornell Hall 216
407.646.-2158
Eren Tatari
Assistant Professor
Cornell Hall 120
407.646.2183