University of Arizona Reviews - Bachelor's in Political Science

4.59 out of 5 stars
(3 Reviews)
  • Tucson (AZ)
  • Annual Tuition: $11,800
67% of 3 students said this degree improved their career prospects
100% of 3 students said they would recommend this program to others
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Student & Graduate Reviews

5.0 out of 5 stars
Aaron Pressley - 12/30/2018
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2018
"Attending the University of Arizona is one of the greatest experiences of my life. The teachers were amazing. Each teacher took the time to answer every students question with care and coherence. Every class was filled with discussion or exciting lectures. Every class felt like you had paid for a guest speaker series. Class sizes were far from too big as well. I also found the financial aid office and resources to be top notch. I also had a positive experience when meeting with my academic adviser. I had the same academic adviser throughout my time at the University of Arizona. Having the same adviser each semester allowed for them to learn what type of classes I enjoyed and eventually they started giving me great suggestions for classes to take. My colleagues were great as well. Everyone on campus is very friendly. The friendly culture of the University of Arizona is exactly why I decided to attend the school. I felt at home when I visited the spring before attending in the fall. I would recommend attending the University of Arizona to anyone! It really is an amazing institution. I graduated with Honors and I can assure you I was challenged every step of the way. However, that is what I think a good school should provide; a challenge. You will also fall in love with Tucson. It is a great small college town that will definitely grow on you. The local are great and there is always plenty to do around the campus. Also, you will love the school spirit! By the time you leave, you will definitely be saying: Bear Down!!!!"
4.7 out of 5 stars
Leylah Hadrovic - 5/15/2017
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2017
"Throughout my undergraduate experience at the University of Arizona. I socially and academically spread my wings like I never thought possible. After a bumpy first year trying to find my place in such a large public university, I learned to navigate and find my niche through the support of various school organizations such as Residence Life and the Office of Academic Success and Achievement. In my experience, the faculty at the University of Arizona additionally helped spread my wings by striving for each student to personally succeed and reach their academic endeavors. Many professors in the Department of Anthropology, Geography, and Global Studies did this through frequent face-to-face communication, quick email correspondence, and inspirational mentorship. The relationships I have made in various departments and through internship opportunities allowed me to experience and volunteer in the Tucson community, making my four years extremely valuable, even outside of the campus setting.The school provided me with all the resources I needed to achieve my goals. Overall, I feel as though I have not only had a high-quality education, but I also feel confident that I have had sufficient experience for the field I wish to work in."
3.8 out of 5 stars
Kelsii Dyer - 8/5/2014
Degree: Political Science
Graduation Year: 2013
"After 5 years in undergrad and a few degrees, I have a well-rounded skill set that allows me to be an optimal choice for any industry. It would be my dream to work in intelligence and analytical for the Federal Government, but I have been prepared to work in both the private and public sectors. Although the school is not in a prominent location for my career path, I was able to learn and study both at the University and abroad with the guidance of intelligent and knowledgeable professors. I am working my way through my Masters degree currently and would not have changed my undergraduate experiences for anything. I am prepared for the "real world" in terms of education and preparation, now I just have to find a government job looking for my broad set of skills."
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