When you major in Government and International Politics at the Schar School, you will learn to critically examine the complexities of national and international issues, as well as political issues, processes, and actors.
Students in the Government and International Politics bachelor's degree program can tailor their studies by pursuing one of the following concentrations within the program. Read more about concentrations, or contact your advisor for additional information.
- American Institutions and Processes
- Comparative Politics
- International Political Economy
- International Relations
- Law, Philosophy, and Governance
- Political Analysis
- Political Behavior and Identity Politics
- Public Policy and Administration
Cross-Disciplinary Opportunity: Concentration in Philosophy, Politics, and Economics (PPE)
The concentration in philosophy, politics, and economics (PPE) at George Mason University allows undergraduate students to pursue topics in the intersection of philosophy, political science, and economics. Students in the program work with faculty in the Departments of Philosophy and Economics and in the Schar School of Policy and Government. Many of these faculty are internationally recognized authorities on topics in the intersection of philosophy, politics and economics. Contact your advisor to learn more about this prestigious cross-disciplinary concentration.
View the Government and International Politics curriculum in the current University Catalog or University Catalog Archives.