Political Sciences study the governments in each phase of their development, the process through which political decisions are being made and also political science study a variety of issues while affecting the behavior of governments and states in general. The specific subfields of this discipline include analyzes of governments and policies, a comparison of governments and their policies, international relations, political theory, political parties and interest groups and the public administration.
Specific objectives of the study program of Political Sciences are as following:
- To provide an effective education through knowledge and practice in establishing a successful career in the field of Political Sciences.
- To provide an effective education for being competitive within the international market of labor in the field of Political Sciences.
- To create conditions for professional development and involvement in lifelong learning process in response to the contemporary needs of Political Sciences.
Having a Bachelor’s degree in Political Sciences can lead to exciting careers in state and local governments; law; business; international organizations; nonprofit associations and organizations; campaign management and polling; journalism; research and university teaching as well.