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There has never been a more exciting time to explore the varied world of political science. Voter turnout was 5 percent higher in 2004 than in 2000. Political discourse has found a regular home on AM radio and cable television. Political scientists are struggling to understand and harness the role of the Internet in tomorrow’s political landscape.
Course requirements for all majors and minors can be found in our online course bulletin.
There’s no better place to study politics in Ohio than in the capital city of Columbus, and our extensive network of contacts ensures you’ll have your choice of hands-on learning opportunities. Work for a local or state campaign. Intern in a state legislator’s office. Volunteer with a local non-profit. Some of our students have even held internships with legislators in Washington, D.C.Preserve the Political LandscapeYou will graduate from Capital with a deep understanding of:
We hope you will also leave with a healthy understanding of how values enrich the public marketplace of ideas and how ethics contribute to the health of our political landscape.
Our political science graduates have gone on to law schools and graduate schools around the country – including, of course Capital’s own Law School. They can also be found in successful careers with organizations like:
Want to know more about political science at Capital? Contact the political science department: at 614-236-6620 or Capital's Admission Office at 1-866-544-6175.
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