Political Science

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Welcome to the Political Science program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. The purpose of the Political Science program is to serve students, the university, and the community through undergraduate teaching, research and community-oriented activities in the areas of government and politics.

The Political Science program encompasses a broad range of studies on the nature and function of political institutions at the local, state, federal and international levels. The nature of our political institutions tells us much about ourselves and our society. An understanding of these institutions can dramatically contribute to our ability to effectively participate and utilize the system to its fullest potential.

The Political Science program offers courses in a variety of fields leading to the Bachelor's Degree. Fields of study include American State and National Governments, Policy Analysis & Public Administration, Political Philosophy, Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Public Law. The study of Political Science has opened doors leading to careers in both the private and public sectors. Some students have taken positions as government officials or educational leaders and still others have used the knowledge acquired to benefit private business in the areas of international trade and investment. Often Political Science majors pursue graduate degrees in public administration, international relations, the social sciences, education or law.

You've taken the first step to learning the value of becoming a Javelina Political Science Major. Join us and Take Charge of Your Future.

This page was last updated on: February 8, 2017