Politics, Law and International Relations
Politics, Law and International Relations - Politics is designed to give students an understanding of the full spectrum of political science and political activity, with a focus on the four traditional branches of the discipline: American, comparative, international, and political theory. To prepare students for graduate study in political science; entry into careers related to public service, government, international affairs, business abroad, or public administration; or teaching civics, American government, or foreign affairs at the secondary level.
Politics, Law and International Relations - Law and Politics is designed to provide students with an integrative approach to the study of law as a part of liberal education; to introduce fundamental notions of the nature of law, its history and development, and principles which underlie its administration and to prepare students for law school and the practice of law.
Foreign Service Officer/Specialist
Juvenile Justice Specialist
State Chief Purchasing Officer
Labor Relations Specialist
Deputy Secretary to the Governor
Assistant Chief of Police
Public Interest/Consumer Advocate
Public Policy Analyst
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Bristol Circuit Court, 28th Judicial Circuit Court
Bristol Virginia Circuit Court Clerk’s Office
Congressman Phil Roe
House of Delegates 5th District Office
Hutton & Associates, P.C.
Penn Stuart & Eskridge
Senator Mark Warner’s Office
Smyth County Circuit Court
Spivey King & Spivey LLP
Supreme Court of Virginia
Town of Abingdon, VA
U.S. Army Corps of Engineers - Middle East District
U.S. District Court for the Western District of VA
U.S. House of Representatives
United States Senate
United Way - Virginia Highlands
VA Supreme Court/ Justice Elizabeth McClanahan
Virginia Association of Counties
Virginia Supreme Court
Washington County Virginia Circuit Court
Wythe County Commonwealth Attorney’s Office