On-Campus or Online Bachelor’s in Political Science

Earning your political science bachelor’s degree will educate you on many important subjects: civics, history, law, politics and much more. Some graduates go directly into political jobs, like campaigning for a favorite candidate, while others continue their education in an area of study that will help them find work in a career that is related to politics in some way. In fact, many of the jobs that a Bachelor’s in Political Science prepares you for directly involve another field, such as business (lobbyist), education (civics teacher), journalism (press secretary) or law (district attorney). If you want to pursue that type of employment, you might want to use your Bachelor’s in Political Science as a starting point for your work on an advanced degree in one of these areas.

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Andrews University
Berrien Springs, MI
Converse College
Spartanburg, SC
Dean College
Franklin, MA
Dordt College
Sioux Center, IA

Earn More With an Online Bachelor’s in Political Science

Whether you take your political science courses online or through a traditional on-campus program, it will almost certainly be a smart investment. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics estimates that professionals with a bachelor’s degree earn up to $18,000 more annually when compared to someone who holds only a high-school diploma.