Political Science

After Graduation

Students who study politics will be equipped with professional statistical training can look forward to career positions in the following areas. These careers are increasingly international in scope.

  • National, state or local government service
  • Law
  • Public policy
  • Private interest groups and associations
  • Business
  • Campaign management and polling
  • Journalism
  • Teaching
  • Research

UE graduates are working at the Department of Homeland Security and various sub agencies, on Capitol Hill, at a variety of nongovernmental organizations, and on political campaigns at the state and federal level. The largest contingency of our students work in Washington, D.C.

Many of our graduates also gain Master’s degrees in Public Administration or Political Management, or attend law school at some of the prestigious institutions listed below.

Law School

Recent Evansville graduates have been admitted to an impressive array of law schools, including:

  • Harvard University
  • Indiana University
  • University of Dayton
  • University of Notre Dame
  • University of Michigan
  • University of Virginia
  • Washington and Lee University
  • Vanderbilt University

Students who want to prepare for law school do not need to limit their majors to political science. Law schools want students who can critically analyze situations. This skill is learned in business, English, history, international studies, legal studies, philosophy and several other majors. To help prepare University of Evansville pre-law students for law school, students are assigned a pre-law advisor in addition to their academic advisor.