- Bachelor of Arts (BA)
The Department of Politics explores many dimensions of political life, ranging from small groups to citizens’ organizations, to cities, countries, and the international system, and involves examination of broad issues of power, conflict, peace, citizenship, representation, and justice.
Why is Studying Politics at Oberlin Unique?
- POLT 100 - Introduction to American Politics 4 credits
- POLT 264 - Urban Politics in Developing Cities 4 credits
- POLT 306 - Gender and Migration 4 credits
- POLT 409 - Public Education, Policy and Law 4 credits
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Life After Oberlin
Source: Career Center, Class of 2015, Primary status within the first 12 months after graduation. Sample: 45.
What Grads Do
Full-time Employment: 47%
Graduate/Professional School: 16%
Part-time Employment: 4%
Service/Gap Year: 4%
National Park Service
Bill Freeman for Nashville
Carnegie Endowment for International Peace
International Initiative for Impact Evaluation
Hertie School of Governance
University of Pennsylvania
University of Illinois
University of Minnesota Law School