Political science strives to promote the understanding of politics. Students study systems of government, political theory, and the intersection of politics with race and culture. Students learn to analyze local, national, and international government systems and prepare to become engaged and active citizens. Students who major in political science prepare for an array of career paths in government, law, business, public service, and more.
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Environmental law can differ greatly depending on an attorney’s client base; one can work for a public interest group or firm to fight to preserve the environment or can represent companies to navigate environmental regulations. On either side, the practice …
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