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Upcoming Events:

Tuesday, November 10

Schmidt MPR     2:40 p.m.
Christopher D'Arcy, Partner with
Gavel Resources in Washington, D.C., will speak about lobbying on Capitol
Hill and government-business relations.
All are welcome!  . . . more info

Thursday, November 12

BMB 130    2:40 p.m.
Civil and Criminal Litigators
Don Palermo and Andrew Levin
 introduce the US and PA Judicial Systems. Note: Mr. Levin won the Frankford "Cat Lady" case
last year on all counts.

Thursday, November 19

BMB 134    9:40 a.m.
Widener University Law School Dean
Rod Smolla discusses the First
Amendment along with the new
Widener Law-Neumann Partnership

Political Science

Do you want to better understand America
and the world?

Do you want to positively impact them in
the Franciscan spirit?

Then join us in the Political Science program!

We Offer:

  • Both major and minor programs

  • Small class sizes with individualized student attention

  • Critical thinking and written and oral communication skill development that are highly sought by employers

  • A great track record for internships and career placement in government, the private sector, and non-profits

  • Top-notch, experienced faculty with terminal degrees in their field


Are you curious? Then register for one or more courses - perhaps as a general elective - to “test the waters.”



Please stop by to see Dr. McMonagle or Dr. Yönten in the Political Science program at Neumann if you have any questions. We would be glad to assist you!


Robert J. McMonagle, Ph.D.
Hasan Yönten, Ph.D.
Robert J. McMonagle, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
Political Science
BMB 302-AA
Hasan Yönten, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
Political Science
BMB 302-Q
Curriculum Vitae
Twitter: @DocMcMonagle


NU Political Science students have interned with the following:

The National Constitution Center

Greenlee Partners LLC

District Magisterial Justice
in Delaware County

U.S. Congressman Pat Meehan

Philadelphia Traffic Court

Vanguard Group

Philadelphia Assistant DA Rich Bauer

PA State Senator Andy Dinniman

Delaware County DA Jack Whelan


For additional program information, please click here.

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the admission of all students, at (610) 558-5616 or (800) 9-NEUMANN or feel free to e-mail us at neumann@neumann.edu.

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