At Wittenberg, the study of the science of politics, foreign and public policy, international relations, governmental structures and political parties is broken down into four concentration areas: comparative politics, international relations, political theory and law, and American politics.
Many of Wittenberg's political science students study abroad or participate in summer internships - in the United States and abroad. Likewise, many internship placements in Washington, D.C., available each year, are extremely popular and offer unparalleled experience.
Wittenberg Students Earn Research Awards At Regional Geography Conference
Three Wittenberg students were recognized for excellence in an undergraduate poster and paper competition at a joint meeting of the East Lakes and West Lakes Divisions of the American Association of Geography at Northern Illinois University in October. Read More...
Student Conference on United States Affairs 64
Phillip Downing '13
Leading in Lean Times: America’s Grand Strategy in a Time of Austerity
Having the opportunity to attend the 64th annual SCUSA conference at West Point Military Academy has been by far one of the most memorable experiences of my four years at Wittenberg. It is not often that one gets to sit down with such fascinating and extraordinary students, from schools all over the country and have such intellectual discussions about the role of the United States on the world stage and how we should strategically plan that role. Read More...