The Department of Political Science is among the most nationally prominent programs in the country. Our department offers fields of study in political science, criminal justice and international studies, allowing students to choose degrees that span through multiple areas while still honing in on specific topics of study.
Christine Cagle, the Associate Director for Policy, Planning, and Communications in the Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention, for the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) will be speaking to USD students about HIV prevention policy and planning.
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The Beacom School and Business, the School of Law, and the W.O. Farber Center are hosting an evening with Douglas Hajek to discuss the development of usury legislation and Citibank's decision to move its credit card business to South Dakota.