The minor develops vision, knowledge and practical skills to foster a new generation of policy makers. Through coursework and participation in opportunities on and off campus, students develop self-understanding and the insight and abilities from multiple disciplines for successful careers in public service, nonprofit organizations and international institutions.
Do you want to go beyond the standard political ideologies to explore a trans-partisan perspective on politics? Learn how to leave your political leanings behind so you can thoughtfully consider and explore the documents and textual materials that make up much of our human history.
Are you interested in sociology or psychology and want a program that sets you apart as a future social worker? Consider pursuing the social work bachelor’s to master’s degree program at Hiram College and Case Western Reserve University.
The field of law is important and exciting. And while Hiram College does not offer an actual pre-law degree, it does provide students with the guidance and coursework necessary to help them gain acceptance to law school after graduating from Hiram. Students choose a variety of majors, such as political science, history and business, to support their path to law school.