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Political Science Student Clubs

Introduction


Political science students are encouraged to actively participate in professional student organizations that help build leaders of character who will promote world peace and address world problems.

The Political Science Program has four active student and professional clubs, which are dedicated to promoting camaraderie between students when embarking on a journey of legal studies. These clubs provide valuable knowledge, professional experience, as well as establishing connections and relationships that will empower students to return to their home countries to build and aid improve their governmental and political systems and international relations.

BYU–Hawaii’s political science student clubs seek to provide a platform that will sharpen students’ understanding of political institutions and laws and their rights and responsibilities as a citizen of their country. This approach is founded with the hope for students to fulfill BYU–Hawaii’s motto of “Enter to learn. Go forth to serve” after graduation.

Political Science Student Clubs

Pi Sigma Alpha

July 23, 2019 01:55 PM
The only honor society for college students of political science and government in the United States.

Human Rights Organization

July 23, 2019 02:48 PM
Seeks to give BYUH a voice in the international campaign for human rights. With every student’s involvement, this organization hopes to provide a platform for promoting human dignity and securing the economic, cultural, and social rights of individuals everywhere.

Prelaw Society

July 23, 2019 02:29 PM
Dedicated to bringing students together in camaraderie to explore the legal landscape, embark on the path of legal education, and serve in executive leadership positions.