The purpose of studying political science is to get a more in-depth insight into one of the major forces that govern the corporations and communities as well as the public in general. It is important to keep oneself updated regarding the latest practices of the government as it helps to analyse the methods that one needs to follow to carry out business operations efficiently.
Other Question and Answers that can be helpful for you
1. Why you should do a Masters in Political Science?
- You need to maintain a high GPA to apply to Law School.
- You have a strong passion for politics and would work for a pittance in the field as an organizer, or another low level position
- You want to compliment a related degree such as sociology, economics, history, or philosophy
2. Why I chose political science as my Major?
Political Science is the undergraduate major of most students pursuing a degree in law. In addition, political science majors often pursue graduate degrees in fields in political science such as public policy or in closely related fields such as public administration. Political Science is excellent preparation for a career.
3. Who has called Political Science a Master Science and why?
“Masters” were the ruling class, hence, Aristotle felt it is most important for them to have knowledge of Politics. Hence, he called Political Science as Master Science i.e. a subject to be studied by the “masters” (rulers). , Author, Itinerant College Lecturer.
4. What does it mean to be a political science major?
Political science majors understand, promote and debate political arguments, and become strong writers, speakers and critical thinkers. A political science major will examine the nature of power and governments while building skills in analysis, research and more.