The Department of Politics administers three majors spanning the disciplines of environmental politics, internation relations and politics.
- Environmental Politics (beginning fall, 2011)
A diverse set of courses is offered that combines both the social sciences and natural sciences to help students develop skills to address global issues.
- International Relations
The IR major offers students an interdisciplinary course of study including bilateral, multilateral, and global politics, comparative systems, international law, and regional and universal institutions.
Politics majors complete studies in each of the four fields within the discipline — American government, international relations, comparative government, and political theory.
Curriculum and Minors
The Politics Department offers a diverse array of courses providing a comprehensive study of political science. Saint Anselm College also offers an interdisciplinary minors in campaign management, public policy study, and international studies.
For the liberal-arts major with a general interest in the study of politics and governing, the introductory non-majors course, "American Government", examines the consitutional framework, institutions, and political processes of American government. In addition, "International Relations" provides an investigation of the scope and methods of international politics.