Our political science students have spoken personally with military officers, veterans, members of Congress, United Nations ambassadors, U.S. presidents and their aides. They’ve interned with several different federal offices; agencies and organizations in Washington, D.C.; a federal judge; a law firm; the local Republican party and the Obama campaign. They’ve even sat in a WWII bomber plane and interviewed a WWII bomber pilot.
Earning your political science degree at Lynn will be well-rounded and exciting. You’ll explore the past and present of political issues and dynamics in the U.S., with regional and global contexts. You’ll have multiple "hands-on" learning experiences—for example, you might interview journalists who cover the field, politicians who practice their craft or politically active citizens of various countries.
By the time you’ve earned your degree, you’ll have begun your career with a bold yet detailed foundation of both local and global political relations. If you choose, you can continue on by pursuing a law, master’s or doctoral degree in topics including international relations or american politics. You can enter the job market well prepared for a career in governmental, business or non-governmental organizations around the world.
Your new degree will give you access to impressive career opportunities—many more than we could ever hope to list. Still, we’ve created this short sampling of careers you might pursue starting with this degree:
- Human rights advocate or lobbyist
- Non-profit organization employee
- Government agency employee
- Campaign staffer
- Political advisor
We’re happy to help you set and reach your career goals. At Lynn, all students enjoy free career planning services.
At Lynn, your course schedule combines core curriculum and degree-specific classes right from the start—meaning you can begin studying the subjects that interest you as early as your first semester.
And as a political science major, you’ll research topics in courses such as Public Policy, Political Theories and Ideologies, Diplomacy and Conflict Resolution and Critical Issues in Politics. See the full program details: