Political Science Major – Degree

A political science degree can lead to all sorts of careers in both the private and public sectors, from attorney to lobbyist to FBI agent to journalist and beyond. Most positions are attainable with a bachelor's degree in political science, although some do require a graduate degree even at the entry level. Before deciding on a major in political science, determine your strengths. Can you adapt well to different types of situations and social groups? Are your communication skills excellent? Is mathematics one of your strengths? Can you make decisions easily? Do you have good judgment? Are you good with computers? Can you organize, analyze and collect data effectively? All of these skills are necessary in the study of political science.

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Regent University
Online Programs:   Bachelor of Science in Professional Studies - Government , Bachelor of Arts in Politics and History , Master of Arts in Government - American Government , more...


Ohio Christian University
Online Programs:   Bachelor of Arts in Political Science


California University of Pennsylvania
Online Programs:   Law and Public Policy Certificate , Conflict Resolution (Master of Arts) - Online , Liberal Studies (Associate of Arts) - Online , more...


Colorado Technical University Online
Online Programs:   Doctor of Management - Environmental and Social Sustainability (Executive Format)


Northcentral University
Online Programs:   Gender Diversity Studies - MA in Psychology , Gender Diversity Studies - PhD of Psychology


USC Suzanne Dworak-Peck School of Social Work
Online Programs:   Master of Social Work


Concordia University - Portland
Online Programs:   M.Ed. in Curriculum & Instruction: Curriculum & Instruction: Early Childhood Education

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