Adult Professional Studies
Explore History-Politics at Immaculata University
The U.S. Constitution provides all Americans with the right to vote. That statement encompasses why having a core understanding of history and politics is vitally important.
Earning an Associate of Arts degree in history-politics at Immaculata will give you an understanding of the relationship of the past to the present and will expand your knowledge of the political and social world around you.
To enrich your studies, you can join Phi Alpha Theta, the international honor society in history (IU Chapter: Alpha Alpha Rho), as well as the International Relations Society of Immaculata University.
Where Can I work
Possible career options include: local, state or national government; non-profit organizations and advocacy groups; print media and broadcast journalism; corporations responding to government regulations; law enforcement and homeland security; international business, criminal justice, environmental resource management; urban planning and transportation; immigration policy; lobbying and social services.