The political science department aspires to help students explore more robust, faithful models of citizenship, both of the political community and of the Kingdom of God.
The Political Science Department:
We encourage our students to develop a strong foundation for asking political questions within the department and in the broader Gordon curriculum. Students are encouraged to explore their political responsibilities, and to examine the intersection of Christian faith with political life. Students in the Political Science Department have the opportunity to study abroad, participate in internships in Washington, DC, Boston and abroad and complete individual research theses during their final year.
The Political Science Department features:
For more information, please contact the Department Chair, Ruth Melkonian-Hoover.