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Government

Analyzing politics enjoys a long and distinguished history, yet wrestles with the most pressing controversies of contemporary society. Students interested in majoring in government should consider our interdisciplinary major in politics, economics, policy, and law (PEPL)—which is similar to an undergraduate major in political science. Alternately, you may pursue an interest in government through our major in international relations or our minor in public policy.

The government minor is available to students who began course work at Mills prior to fall 2017. View the catalog requirements for the government minor for more information.

Last Updated: 9/8/17