Although there are circumstances when you might ‘go it alone,’ talking to an advisor can save you time and ensure that you are headed in the right direction. Advising is important not only for making course and scheduling decisions, but also in your career planning. There are several advisors available for you:
The political science head advisor is a faculty member who has extensive experience helping students to navigate the degree program at Northeastern and the broader field. The head advisor is happy to speak with you about your program of study at Northeastern, career options and planning, or further education.
2018-2019: Natalie Borrmann, 932 Renaissance Park
In addition to the head advisor, you should feel free to approach any political science faculty member to discuss your particular interests or concerns. If you have a pre-existing advising relationship with a particular faculty member, you should continue to cultivate it. The Department of Political Science has designated the following faculty and staff to take the lead on advising in particular areas.
|Career and Grad. School Advising||Professor Tolley; 360D Renaissance Park|
|Internships and Experiential Education||Professor Brown; 905 Renaissance Park|
|Pre-Law||Professor Tolley; 360D Renaissance Park|
|Transfer Credit Advisor||Professor Bormann; 932 Renaissance Park|
If you need contact information or office hours for any political science faculty member please call 617.373.2796 or email email@example.com.
Agata Rybalkiewicz, Ariana Roche, and Jan Wong are the academic advisors who work with political science majors. Agata Rybalkiewicz advises students with last names beginning with A-F; Jan Wong advises students with last names beginning with G-Q; and Ariana Roche advises students with last names beginning with R-Z. Advisors are available for appointments made through your MyNortheastern account. For contact information, please visit the Office of Student Academic Affairs.
Lisa Doherty, Richard Conley, and Eric Winter are co-op coordinators assigned to work with political science majors. For contact information, please visit the Political Science Co-op Page.