Question by  tbetts (1)

what are possible careers in political science?


Answer by  Olive (1195)

Well, there's politics, of course. Managing a campaign or working on a campaign team. Writing speeches for a political candidate. Or even running for office yourself. You don't necessarily need a political science degree but any sort of BA will do. Often further education is needed to pursue a career, say in law.


Answer by  Belle (75)

A political science degree can lead to several possible careers. In law enforcement it can lead to high level positions within local or state police, the F.B.I, N.S.A or C.I.A.; outside of law enforcement a political science degree can be a stepping stone towards career in politics on the local or federal level.


Answer by  Echo (229)

There are numerous careers for a political scientist. These include activist, attorney, CIA analyst or agent, journalist, lobbyist, foreign service officer, even a freelance writer or foundation president.


Answer by  Marie (778)

Journalism is a possible career path for someone who has studied political science. News media organizations, including TV, newspapers and magazines, look for people to interpret and write about politics.


Answer by  jeremy46 (325)

With an advanced degree in political science (Ph.D.) for example, you could become a professor of, well... political science.

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