Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
History and Government
Cedarville's Department of History and Government is biblically grounded, academically rigorous, and ideologically conservative.
We’re proud of our successful graduates! 97% of 2018 graduates from the Department of History and Government were employed or in graduate school within six months of graduation. Check out Cedarville’s other placement rates.
Governor's Office Has Cedarville Presence
1996 graduate Michael Hall is Gov. DeWine's director of policy.
Model U.N. team takes top local honors, heads to nationals
Cedarville's Model United Nations team won three of the four top delegate awards in the Dayton Model U.N. Competition.
Trustees focus on campus master plan, budget, and new pharmacy venture
Cedarville's Board of Trustees considered several important proposals during its Jan. 26 meetings.
Cedarville Center for Political Studies hosts "Presidential Perils" talk
Cedarville's Center for Political Studies will host Regent University Professor of Law Brad Jacob on Tuesday, Jan. 9.
DC Semester students intern with key congressional offices, think tanks, and policy orgs
Cedarville University students experienced U.S. domestic and foreign policy firsthand as they spent the fall semester working, living and learning in Washington, D.C.
Political Science Program Curriculum
Building on your core liberal arts and Bible minor courses, you will take courses in a variety of areas, including law, political philosophy, international relations, and American government. You will get a well-rounded education in politics, plus the ability to dig deeper, through seminar courses, in areas of special interest like religion and politics, campaigns and elections, nationalism, constitutional law, and key political thinkers such as Plato, Aristotle, Augustine, Aquinas, Machiavelli, Locke, and Tocqueville.
- American Constitutional Law: Civil Liberties and Rights
- Campaigns and Elections