College of Arts and Sciences
About the Department

The Department of Political Science and Public Affairs offers a wide range of academic programs.  At the undergraduate level, the department offers a program of study in political science leading to the Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) degree.  At the graduate level, the department offers a Masters in Public Administration (MPA).  The department also offers a graduate certificate program in Nonprofit Management.  Learn more »


News & Events
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Faculty

The Department of Political Science and Public Affairs is home to a large and diverse faculty of scholar-teachers. The department’s faculty have published on a wide variety of topics, including Congressional politics, presidential politics, church-state relations, nonprofit management, environmental policy, immigration policy, healthcare policy, media politics, and African economic development.

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Contact Us

Department of Political Science and Public Affairs
(973) 761-9383
Jubilee Hall Rm. 567

Department Chair

Chair: Roseanne Mirabella, Ph.D.
Address: Jubilee Hall, Room 561
Telephone: (973) 761-9384
E-mail: roseanne.mirabella@shu.edu

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