2013 Legislative Internship
Spend the spring semester at the state capitol! Work with state senators and representatives! Receive a tuition/fee waiver, $4200 stipend, and college credit. Gain professional work experience! Applications are due in September, for more information go to: nau.edu/legislativeinternship
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Politics and international Affairs offers undergraduate and graduate courses in US government, international relations and comparative politics, public policy, public administration, and theory. Our focus is both domestic and international, with particular strengths in environmental politics, political development, and diversity. We feature a dynamic faculty dedicated to teaching in a small classroom environment.
We offer 4 undergraduate degrees: B.A and B.S. in Political Science, American Political Studies (APS), and International Affairs (IA). We recently revised the curriculum in Political Science. New students will follow the revised curriculum. Old students have the option of following the old or new curriculum.
The objectives of our degree programs are to provide students with knowledge of the theory, principles, and practice of government and politics at the local, national, and international levels.
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We offer 3 graduate degrees:
As a doctoral granting department, Politics & International Affairs has top-quality faculty who have received national and international recognition for their scholarly contributions. Our faculty have two things in common: the quest to better understand politics and genuine interest in teaching students.
Whether you’re fresh out of high school or a returning student, we have something to offer you. Come check us out.