A program that focuses on the systematic study of United States political institutions and behavior. Includes instruction in American political theory, political parties and interest groups, state and local governments, Constitutional law, federalism and national institutions, executive and legislative politics, judicial politics, popular attitudes and media influences, political research methods, and applications to the study of specific issues and institutions.
|Rank||School Name||Students||% of Total||Total On-Campus Cost|
|1||George Washington University||152||2%||$61,446|
|2||University of Akron Main Campus||38||1%||$23,956|
|3||University of California-San Diego||37||0%||$30,470|
|4||University of Baltimore||21||2%||$9,238|
|5||Adams State University||18||3%||$19,691|
|6||United States Military Academy||18||2%||N/A|
|7||Belmont Abbey College||16||5%||$32,564|
|8||University of Massachusetts-Boston||12||0%||$12,766|
|13||Oklahoma City Community College||7||0%||$4,341|
|14||Southern Vermont College||7||6%||$35,500|
|15||Western Michigan University||6||0%||$22,250|
|16||Emory & Henry College||4||2%||$41,866|
|18||University of Memphis||2||0%||$23,535|
|20||Southern Nazarene University||2||0%||$32,844|
This list indicates the number of students that completed the American Government and Politics (United States) program at the schools above.
It is not necessarily an indicator of academic rigor or quality of education.
Note that some schools do not have enough data to be ranked, and these schools will not appear in our lists.