Department of Political Science Resources

Double Major in Political Science

The political science program is designed to comply with RIT's emphasis on curriculum creativity, flexibility and innovation. The program includes ample free electives and its interdisciplinary character ensures that double major opportunities are readily available to students in most RIT undergraduate programs. Students in diverse fields such as Computer Science, Criminal Justice, Economics, and Philosophy have already signed up for double majors with political science.

Research Links

APSA (American Political Science Association) 
Australian Institute of International Affairs
BCSIA (Belfer Center of Science and International Affairs at Harvard University) 
Brookings Institute 
Carnegie Endowment for Int'l Peace 
Canadian Institute of Strategic Studies 
CATO Institute
Center for Defence and International Security Studies 
Center for Defense Information 
Center for European Policy Studies 
Center for International Security and Arms Control (CISAC) 
Center for International Security and Cooperation
Center for Military Readiness 
Center for Nonproliferation Studies 
Center for Security Policy 
Center for Security Studies and Conflict Research 
Center for Strategic and International Studies (CSIS)
Center for Strategic Studies
Center for the Study of Democracy
Cold War International History Project (CWIHP) 
Council on Foreign Relations 
Digital National Security Archive 
East West Institute 
Foreign Policy Association 
Heritage Foundation 
Hoover Institution 
Institute on Global Conflict and Cooperation - UCSD (IGCC) 
Institute for War and Peace Reporting 
Institute for War and Peace Studies - Columbia (IWPS)
International Affairs Virtual Library 
International Center for Security Analysis
International Studies Association 
Institute for the Advanced Study of Information Warfare 
Jane's Information Group
MacArthur Foundation 
Military Analysis Network (American Federation of Scientists) 
Olin Institute for Strategic Studies
Organization for Security and Cooperation in Europe (OSCE)
United Nations (UN) 
World Bank (IBRD)
World Trade Organization (WTO)