Bachelor of Science in Political Science
Political Science is the study of the formal institutions of government and the actual behavior of people in public life. It examines both the institutions and processes of government using both empirical and normative research methodologies. A degree in political science is of value to all persons who take the responsibilities and opportunities of membership in a democratic society seriously. Specifically, political science is the undergraduate major of a majority of persons who attend law school; serves as prerequisite for graduate study in a number of social science disciplines; and is an ideal liberal arts major for careers in business, journalism, public and international affairs, the federal government, state and local government, teaching, interest groups, campaign management, communications, and many others.
Supervised internships and cooperative study programs at sites in business, industry and government are available and students are strongly urged to participate.
For more information on specific classes, see our Political Science degree information in the KSU Undergraduate Catalog.