Learning Beyond the Classroom
Students in the political science major have many opportunities to learn beyond the classroom, gaining invaluable experience and building their resumes.
Public Service Internship
Majors gain a knowledge of politics through work with state and local government offices. (6 credits) If you are interested or have any questions contact Dr. Wessel at: harry.wessel@Merrimack.edu
Students may study in their junior year at the American University Washington Semester Program. Two scholarships per year are available. (15 credits) If you are interested or have any questions contact contact Dr. Wessel at email@example.com
Model United Nations
Students may represent Merrimack College at the annual Harvard Model United Nations. Delegations from over 50 colleges meet for a four-day conference to discuss world issues. If you are interested or have any questions contact Dr. Bilev at firstname.lastname@example.org
Junior Year/Semester Abroad
Students may apply to one of several university programs.
John F. Kennedy Library
Students may attend a number of special events at the Library, including biennial conferences on important events in American politics.
Center for Public Opinion Research at Merrimack College
The college maintains a survey research center that employees students in a variety of capacities. Students have the opportunity to participate in the design, exceution, and analysis of survey research projects. For more information contact Dr. Russell Mayer at email@example.com