- Small class sizes
- Direct and independent studies in advanced and specialized topics.
- Professors with complementary specialties, providing a variety of viewpoints.
- Challenges in critical thinking, intellectual curiosity, open-mindedness, research and writing skills, problem-solving, and reflective thinking.
Gain real-life experience – all before your graduate.
Obtain work experience and make informed career choices—recent student internships have included law and congressional interns.
- Criminal Lawyer
- Urban and Regional Planner
- Congressional Aide
- Appeals Examiner
Placement Rate1Rate based University of Jamestown 2018 bachelor’s degree graduates 1
Expected salary range for a graduate
with a degree in political science2Based on data from “FOCUS 2 CAREER” 2
|Plus three of the following elective courses:|
|Pols||311||Federal Indian Policy (3)|
|Pols||314A/B||Governmental Power and U.S. Constitutional Law (3-4)|
|Pols||316A/B||Rights & Liberties and U.S. Constitutional Law (3-4)|
|Pols||335A/B||The European Union (3-4)|
|Pols||342A/B||American Foreign Policy (3-4)|
|Pols||368||Politics in India (4)|
|Pols||391||American Economic History (3)|
|Pols||450||Internship in Political Science (3)|
|Pols||495||Independent Study in Political Science (3)|
|Pols||x00||Directed Study in Political Science (3)|
|Pols||x90||Special Topics in Political Science (3)|
Total Semester Credits Required: 36-43