"I chose political science major because I have a passion for government and politics. I plan to be politically active."
Adam Ross is a
former SGA President
What is It?
Political Science is a versatile major; a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science can lead into many interesting and fulfilling careers. Former Darton students have become assistant city managers, military officers, government administrators, teachers, and professors. A Political Science degree can also provide a useful foundation for community service and non-profit work.
Darton political science graduates have transferred to a number of 4-year universities in Georgia and throughout the country. After receiving their Bachelor’s Degrees, many have continued on to law school or related M.A. programs
- Political Science (0035)
- Philosophy (0034)
- Pre-Law (0040)
What can I do with it?
Careers in Political Science: According to a Summer 2005 study of the National Association of Colleges and Employers, the average starting salary for someone with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science is $33,520.
For additional information about pursuing a career in Political Science, visit the American Political Science Association’s links for student’s web page: http://www.apsanet.org/content_3360.cfm.
What courses do I take?
- Political Science Classes to take
- Philosophy Classes to take
- Pre-Law Classes to take
- Please refer to the Darton College Catalog for descriptions of individual courses.