Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Government: Degree Overview
On-Campus Government Degree Overview
Regent University's Government degree programs prepare Christian men and women to critically evaluate the social and political systems of the world with confidence and discernment. The integration of the Christian faith throughout your government classes will be a central component of the education you achieve. Upon graduating, you will be in a position to put your knowledge and skills to work in service to Christ and government.
Students in the Government major may select an emphasis of study from one of the following:
With Regent's Government degree programs, you will study the classic and contemporary moral and philosophical foundations that have long driven past and present government systems. You will learn how governments make rules governing society and the reasoning behind them. Furthermore, your Regent professors will offer you their own academic and professional experiences in government and political science to support and challenge you in the development of your own ideas about governance and society.
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Opportunities for Impact
Whether pursued on-campus or through our online learning program, Regent's Government degree will prepare you for careers in government, law, public administration and public affairs (domestic and international), the non-profit sector, diplomacy, international service, law enforcement, business, journalism, teaching and further post-baccalaureate education in political science or government.