Go behind closed doors in the nation’s capital where many of America’s most important political decisions are made! During the Spring semester, you’ll explore case studies and eyewitness accounts of politics and policymaking. Then, spend two weeks in May in Washington, D.C., interacting with elected officials and other powerbrokers while exploring many of the nation’s most noteworthy political landmarks and centers of power. Enjoy networking opportunities most Political Science majors can only dream of.
Course: PSC 2398: Power and Politics inside DC
Term: Spring 2014
Credit Hours: 4
Dates: May 4- 17, 2014
Estimated Cost: $2,199-2,299 (11-15 students)
$2,399-2,499 (8-10 students)
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To receive detailed information about the application process, please contact the faculty leaders for this course, or stop by our office in Slane 324. You can also connect with us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Application Deadline: Friday, November 1, 2013; 5:00pm
Selected students will be notified by Wednesday, November 25, 2013.