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:
Students may study in their junior year at the American University Washington Semester Program. If you are interested or have any questions contact Dr. Liesl Smith at firstname.lastname@example.org in the International Programs Office. More information can be found on the Office of Global Education’s webpage.
Model United Nations
Merrimack Model United Nations is a student-run organization, based out of Merrimack College in North Andover, MA. We are dedicated to the expansion of knowledge of international politics amongst the MC Community through panel-style debates, the Harvard Model United Nations Conference and the Northeastern Regional Model Arab League. Model UN at Merrimack is a rapidly expanding club, gaining popularity through our involvement in area conferences and our panel debates on relevant topics of international concern. 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 email@example.com
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.