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In Political Science at Fort Hays State University, we study American and international politics, law and policy. We combine theoretical coursework, hands-on practice and real world experience to help you build an unmatched network of skills that prepares you for law school, graduate school, or the career or your choice.
On-Campus Programs in Political Science Bachelor of Arts in Political ScienceBachelor of General StudiesMaster of Liberal StudiesCertificates in Political ScienceMinor in Political ScienceOnline Programs in Political ScienceBachelor of Arts in Political ScienceMaster of Liberal StudiesMaster of Professional StudiesCertificates in Political ScienceMinor in Political Science
Our curriculum allows you room to customize your program to align with your interests. You’ll build a network of skills that will prepare you to effect change and succeed in many careers. You’ll hone skills like:
FHSU Political Science students’ interests go beyond ‘politics as usual;’ they’re also passionate about the political spectrum that lies between and beyond red and blue. They’re interested in law school, non-profit work and think tanks. They want to take the lead in activism, blog about politics or manage an international business.
But even though our graduates may move on to diverse, fulfilling careers, they start with one thing in common: Our students want to change the world, whether it’s on the other side of the globe or in our own back yard. If that sounds like you, we invite you to learn more about our programs in Political Science.
Congratulations to our Political Science alumni: Senator Terry Bruce (’97), who was elected to the Kansas State Senate, representing District 34
Representative Travis Couture-Lovelady (’05), who was elected to the Kansas State House, representing District 110
Carolyn Campbell (’14). In addition to maintaining an excellent GPA, Carolyn has been active in the American Democracy Project, the Student Government Association, and Panhellenics. She has taken advantage of short-term study abroad experiences and she spent the spring semester of her junior year interning for her Congressman in Washington, D.C.
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