This website is maintained by the Department of Political Science. The website is updated regularly to keep the information current. The Department invites comments and suggestions that might help us provide information that is useful for students. If you have any comments or suggestions please feel free to e-mail the Department of Political Science.
The photo bar at the top of page contains, from left to right, people voting; Montana Governor Brian Schweitzer meeting with citizens; the Montana State Capitol; the US Capitol; the 1963 March on Washington; flags in front of the United Nations building in New York; map of Europe, Africa, and Asia; diplomats voting at the UN Security Council.
- Home will always take you back to the Department’s main home page.
- About the Department contains an overview about the importance of studying politics and information about the Department of Political Science.
- Faculty and Staff contains a list of faculty members, their areas of specialization, telephone numbers, e-mail addresses, the location of their offices, office hours, and links to their home pages.
- Newsletter contains past and present issues of the department’s newsletter.
- News and Events contains current information about a variety of events relevant to political science students.
- Undergraduate Program contains information and links about the requirements for the bachelors degree in political science. The page also contains information about a minor in political science.
- Graduate Program contains information about the M.A. in political science and the M.P.A. (public administration) programs. The page contains the information needed to apply to any of the programs.
- Courses contains a list of all undergraduate and graduate classes currently offered along with a brief description of each course.
- Internships contains details about getting political science credit for working on campaigns or in elected or appointed public officials’ offices.
- Scholarships lists the Department’s scholarships that are available each year. These are special scholarships for political science majors that are awarded by the Department.
- Study Abroad
- Pi Sigma Alpha is the national honors society for political science students. The University of Montana’s chapter is called Epsilon Mu, which is one of the most active honors groups on campus. This web page contains a description of the group and a link to an application form.
- Model UN
- Useful Links