- Daemen students are empowered to understand and navigate a diverse, interdependent, and dynamic world.
- Students learn about social and political systems in local, national, regional, and global contexts.
- Graduates possess knowledge and intellectual abilities that are highly valued and adaptable to a wide array of careers and a rapidly changing work environment
- Internship opportunities allow students to explore potential career paths through placements in Buffalo, Washington, D.C., and internationally.
- Experiential learning opportunities such as Model United Nations and moot court complement and extend in-class learning.
- Our innovative Center for Polish Studies sponsors a summer study abroad opportunity for students in Poland.
- Our pre-law studies program has an excellent track record with law school admissions and subsequent success in legal practice.
Our graduates find success in a variety of career paths and many become informed and engaged community members and leaders.
- Education (teaching and administration)
- Government and community agencies
- Museums and historical societies
- Law enforcement
- Libraries and archives
Gabrielle Sinnott, ’19
History and Political Science
Studying human security as a graduate student
Molly Sievenpiper, ’15
History and Political Science, adolescent education social studies
Business operations specialist, American Red Cross