Political Science M m
Bachelor of Science in Political Science
Research American foreign policy. Work with a public defender or district attorney. Study abroad. learn about politics in a different country.
Our rigorous and broad-based program follows the scientific method to study world issues. You’ll gain a solid understanding of both quantitative and qualitative research methodology while honing your critical thinking, analytical reasoning, presentation, and writing skills.
Where We Work
- Committee on Foreign Affairs, U. S. House of Representatives
- United States Magistrate Judge, Southern District of Alabama
- Intelligence Analyst, SRA International
- Senior Director for Community Affairs, City of Mobile, Ala.
- Louisiana Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals
- National Society of High School Scholars, Boston, Ma.
- Commercial Litigation, Tampa, Fla.
- Veracity Technologies Inc., Minnetonka, MN
- Projects with Purpose in New Orleans, La.
- Axial Human Resources Agency, Prague, Czech Republic
- St. Paul’s Episcopal School
Badgers in Grad School
- Tulane University School of Law
- American University
- Florida State University
- George Washington School of Law
- University of Alabama School of Law
- University of Florida School of Law
- University of Mississippi School of Law
- Mississippi College School of Law
- David Baker – Michigan State University College of Law
- Emily Hall – University of Alabama School of Law
- Thomas Thorneycroft – Cumberland School of Law at Samford University
In studying politics at Spring Hill College you will prepare to become a citizen of the world and of your country. You will learn the intricacies of the United States Congress and of international diplomacy, argue Supreme Court cases and issues of justice and fairness in our society and among nations. You will learn to analyze in depth issues that face decision makers at the state, national and international levels.
— Dr. Kathleen Orange
Can you express yourself well? Can you eloquently explain what your opponent is saying? Can you connect ideas that have been molded throughout history and filter them through different civilizations? These challenges—and many more—make studying political science at Spring Hill College fascinating and fun.
— Elizabeth Bullock ’15
Number of Faculty: 5
Popular Second Majors: Business, Philosophy
Clubs: Pi Sigma Alpha, Sigma Iota Rho, Student Government Association (SGA), Political Science & International Studies Club, Springhillian Newspaper