Why choose Political Science at PPCC?
A Poli-Sci degrees at PPCC can prepare you for jobs as lobbyists, press secretaries, legislative aides or politicians. With more advanced degrees, you could consider jobs as an urban policy planner, state legislator, or journalist, among others.
What do PPCC Political Science students study?
Studying political science will prepare students to find opportunities in numerous sectors including:
- Federal, State, and Local Government
- Law, Business and International Organizations
- Journalism and Political Campaigns
- Research Organizations and Universities
At PPCC, students will prepare to move on to a four-year institution to earn a bachelor's degree in political science.
Classes you might take
A transfer degree
After earning your degree from Pikes Peak Community College in Political science, you may complete your Bachelors in Political Science by continuing your studies at one of several 4-year universities.
Top Transfer Institutions
The most common transfer institutions for PPCC students with an AA degree in Political Science include: