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    Political Science here at BSU

    Maxwell Library supports the students, staff, and faculty of the Department of Political Science by providing resources in support of the curriculum and research needs in the areas of general political theory, American politics, international affairs, legal studies, public administration, civic education, and community leadership.

    Faculty Focus: featuring Brian Frederick of the Political Science Dept.

    Mission of the Department of Political Science

    In the context of a comprehensive public university in Southeastern Massachusetts, the Department of Political Science at BSU provides rigorous undergraduate and graduate public education that not only prepares students for leadership roles in public and nonprofit sectors, and the profession of governance, but also provides a strong liberal arts and technology based education for those undergraduate students who may enter such fields as journalism, business, social welfare, teaching, law, and information technology.

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