The combined major in Psychology and Political Science pairs the study of the human mind and behavior with the study of systems, institutions, popular movements, and leaders that cause social change. Allowing you to specialize in two related fields, combined majors draw on the knowledge and opportunities afforded by two academic departments and fields of study. You will gain access to hands-on participation in research in both departments, and small class sizes allow for direct contact with both departments’ faculty. In addition, the city of Indianapolis boasts a variety of local political institutions, service organizations, and more, providing access to internships, service learning, and research opportunities.