Undergraduate Study

  • Spotlight on Alumni

    Michael Cox

    '08 BA (Hist/PSc)


    Cox is the new assistant director of government and community affairs for New York University. He was previously a special assistant in the U.S. Department of Commerce's Economic Development Administration, managing stakeholder interaction and internal project development.

Why choose political science?

Studying political science will help you understand the workings of political life at the local, national, and international levels and will prepare you for a lifetime of active and informed citizenship.

The Political Science department at Syracuse University has more than thirty full time faculty that teach a wide variety of courses in multiple subject areas. We will guide you as you explore the world of politics and hone your skills as a researcher, analyst, and writer.

If you are interested in majoring or minoring in political science, please see Candy Brooks in 100 Eggers Hall. She is available for walk-in appointments during regular business hours. You can also emailĀ cbrook01@syr.edu and call 315.443.2238.

Letter from Undergraduate Director