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Georgia State House District 9 Scholarship/Internship

A newly-instituted program for political science majors to receive a three-course scholarship in return for working as an intern in the office of the District 9 representative to the GA State House. During the 18-month commitment you will receive credit for POLS 4485A - Internship in Political Science (Spring ‘21) and [tentatively] POLS 4195 - Special Topics in American Politics (Fall '21) and POLS 4480 - Independent Study in Political Science (Spring '22).

If you are interested you must apply as soon as possible, as the program will kick off at the beginning of Spring 2021 semester. The application deadline is December 7, 2020. For more information and to apply, visit the Georgia State House District 9 Scholarship/Internship page.

The Basics of American Government

The Basics of American Government book cover

The Basics of American Government is a collaborative effort among six current and three former faculty members in the Department of Political Science & International Affairs and the Department of Criminal Justice, and a student contributor, at the University of North Georgia.

Massey University Course Partnership

A partnership with Massey University of New Zealand to take their course offered in the spring, Intelligence in the Security Environment, offers a cross-cultural experience with interaction with students and professors globally without the expense of traveling.

Those interested should be ready to apply in early in advance as there is limited space. Find the application and more information on the Massey University Course Partnership page.

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