History and secondary ed major Michael Rainha left Emmanuel prepared to succeed in a classroom of his own thanks to dedicated professors, supportive peers and a career-solidifying practicum at North Quincy High School.
In an era of globalization where all nations depend on trade, effective communication across borders and oceans is becoming increasingly important.
While the differences are most easily noted, the similarities between cultures, nations, politics and people are what connect us and help us relate in the global arena. Emmanuel students with a concentration in international relations and comparative politics integrate theory and classroom learning with practice, through such experiences as internships, travel and participation in Model UN.
View the 2018-2019 Academic Catalog to find course titles, numbers and descriptions.
Six Core Courses
Five additional Political Science courses, chosen from the list below, exclusive of internships or directed studies. At least two must be at the 3000-level.
At the completion of Political Science degree, the student will: