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|Contributions||American Political Science Association|
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|Pagination||viii, 84 p. :|
|Number of Pages||84|
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Careers in Political Science. Preface. One of APSA’s most important functions is the identification of career opportunities for political science students.
Ours is a diverse and dynamic discipline, through which one may become a teacher, re- searcher, practitioner, scholar, pundit, professor, public servant, elected official, political staffer, journalist, lawyer, businessperson, advocate, and good citizen.
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Price. New from. Used from. Paperback, January 1, "Please retry".1/5(1). If you are interested in a career in journalism or media, political science training can give you the substantive and analytical background you need. Typically political science courses place heavy emphasis on developing fluid and clear writing and speaking skills, which are beneficial for positions in print or broadcast journalism, publishing, social media, communications, and public relations.
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Details for Careers with a PhD in Political Science After completion of your doctoral program, you will be able to fill roles such as political scientist, historian, and postsecondary political.
Additional Physical Format: Online version: Careers and the study of political science. Washington, D.C.: American Political Science Association, Get this from a library. Careers and the study of political science: a guide for undergraduates. [Mary H Curzan; American Political Science Association.
Departmental Services Program.; American Political Science Association. Division of Educational Affairs.;]. A political science degree is an excellent start, as it helps future lawyers interpret laws and regulations enacted by elected officials.
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If you have any doubt about this program, it may be because you have heard that studying politics is only about preparing you to get involved in politics. For some who are unfamiliar with our academic discipline, political science may even be a. History and Political Science is an excellent introduction to the study of law.
Virtually all Wilson alumnae who have applied to law schools have been accepted. Career choices include: politics or government service, social service, publishing, librarianship, teaching, museum work, journalism, business, or criminal justice.
Some careers require graduate study. Our political theory courses train you in analytical thinking, an essential skill for almost all attractive careers. Not surprisingly, alumni of political science majors can be found succeeding in many different professions and organizations including law and business; the CEOs of several Fortune companies are political science majors.Political science helps students to develop reasoning and analytic skills and build compe-tence in oral and written expression, skills that are valued in a wide spectrum of poten-tial career areas.
Political science is the study of govern-ments, public policies and political process-es, systems, and political .Political Science per se is not a vocational training. It does not automatically lead to this or that particular profession.
Perhaps the broad nature of the discipline is also a strength when it comes to occupational opportunities. You will find Political Science graduates practically anywhere—in administration, politics and policy, but also.