A group of 20 college aged students in a classroom pose for a group portrait

Students in Politics of Climate Change, taught by Eleonora Mattiacci, Assistant Professor of Political Science

  • Students should acquire a broad background in the study of politics through the
    study of four subfields: International Relations and World Politics; Political Theory; Comparative Politics; U.S. Politics.
  • Students should cultivate their writing and research skills through an advanced
    research seminar and a thesis (for those who choose to write one).
  • Students should become informed and reflective citizens as well as become 
    knowledgeable about the historical forces and global dynamics that influence the
    shape and content of political life.