The educational offer in Political Science takes the scholarly distinction between politics, polity, and policy as its focus. The term politics denotes the set of activities, practices, and affairs involved in running a State, or government, including strategies and relations whose purposes are the acquisition, consolidation, and expansion of power understood as decision-making, agenda-setting, and thought-control. The term polity denotes the body of legal norms and procedures determining the basic features, scopes and operative modes of the major institutional actors in the national and super-national perspectives. The term policy refers to the domain of binding, or quasi-binding, plans of action adopted and implemented by the institutional actors operating at the national and super-national levels. The didactic approach of the teachers constitutes a good example of the Socratic method. The interdisciplinary openness defining the Liberal Arts and Sciences educational philosophy is widely and consistently practiced within the track.