World-Changing. Servant Leadership.
A Christ-centered approach to public service. That’s political science at NGU.
Where Leadership and Public Service Meet
Pursue a variety of careers based in law, politics, and criminal justice. Attorney. Elected official. Law enforcement officer. Campaign manager. Policy analyst. Teacher. Journalist. Paralegal. And more.
In countless professions, the world needs leaders equipped in law and politics. Prepare for a lifetime of servant leadership with a Bachelor of Arts degree in Political Science at North Greenville University.
What Can I Do with a Bachelor’s Degree in Political Science?
A bachelor’s degree in political science opens doors to various career options. You can work in government, policy analysis, or public administration.
Additionally, this degree can lead to roles in law, journalism, or international relations, allowing you to influence politics, public policy, and global affairs.
Government Affairs Specialist
Political Campaign Manager
Experience Learning In Law, Politics, and Criminal Justice
Intensive Field Trips
Bring your studies to life as you visit law enforcement training facilities, forensic laboratories, courtrooms, and even the state legislature. It’s your classroom – reimagined.
Intern for local government agencies and political offices. Serve with national, state, and local law enforcement agencies. Whether in political science or criminal justice, experience your field like never before. It’s hands-on learning (and training) at its finest.
Work Study Programs
Assist professors with research projects. Contribute to the criminal justice newsletter. Even manage the Criminal Justice Club. Put your studies to work while gaining real-world experience.
Justice Beside Experienced & Faithful Professionals
A Global Approach to Political Science
Elevate Your Perspective
You’ll also take Chapel for the first seven semesters, and Cultural Events for the first four semesters. This is the NGU difference, how you find your peak performance and elevate your perspective, intellectually, emotionally, and spiritually.
Stories that Started Here
Suyash Raiborde JD ’12
After graduating from NGU, I went on to study law at Emory University School of Law.
Brandy Hart Amidon ʼ02
“Since graduating, I’ve used my financial expertise to provide budgetary guidance for Travelers Rest while serving as Mayor.”