President versus congress. Majority rule versus minority rights. War and peace. Terrorism. Liberalism or conservatism. Voting. Democracy versus dictatorship. Citizens and elites. The role of government. Policy issues. Civil rights and liberties. These are the subject matters of political science, that create great thinkers and prepared leaders.
Susquehanna’s Department of Political Science gives students the opportunity to experience the working ins and outs of international relations, government, politics and public policy of the United States and other countries.
European Union Power Play
Susquehanna students and faculty join representatives of 11 other colleges and universities at a three-day European Union Simulation in Washington, D.C. More »
Author, professor and philosopher of humor Mark Ralkowski will present a lecture on the darker side of humor at Susquehanna University on March 26. His talk will begin at 6 p.m. in Faylor Hall, located in Fisher Hall. »