Political Science

Political Science is the study of governments and governing procedures. Students who are interested in pursing careers in law, politics, or as a civic leader benefit from the study of political science because they learn how governments are constituted and how better laws and governments can be developed in order to benefit the people of the world.

Visit the US Department of Labor's O*NET Resource Center, the nation's primary source of career information, to learn important information such as work related skills, abilities, wages and employment trends about the following careers that Political Science majors may pursue:

  • Activities Specialist
  • Advertising Executive
  • Arbitrator
  • Archivist
  • Attorney
  • Campaign Manager
  • Campaign Staffer
  • Caseworker
  • City Manager
  • Claims Adjudicator
  • Community Relations Director
  • Compliance Director
  • Congressional Aide
  • Congressional Relations Director
  • County Agent
  • County Director
  • Court Administrator
  • Development Associate
  • Director of Public Policy
  • FBI/CIA Agent
  • Foreign Service Officer
  • Historic Preservationist
  • Historic Site Interpreter
  • Human Resources Professional
  • International Relations Manager
  • International Trade Specialist
  • Job Developer
  • Judge
  • Lawyer
  • Legal Assistant
  • Legislative Assistant
  • Mediator
  • Municipal Services Supervisor
  • Paralegal
  • Peace Corps Volunteer
  • Policy Analyst
  • Political Pollster
  • Politician
  • Journalist
  • Researcher
  • Senatorial Staff Member
  • Social Services Administrator
  • Special Agent
  • Special Interest Group Advocate
  • Welfare Specialist
  • Teacher
  • Textbook Writer/Editor
  • Tutor
  • Urban Planner
  • Regional Planner

 

To find out more about the Political Science program, please contact the
School of History, Political and International Studies:

Robert Greenfield, Ph.D.
Director, School of History, Political and International Studies
830-1 River Road
(V) 201-692-2272

or visit FDU, Metropolitan Campus’ Political Science website