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It really depends on professors in my opinion. I've had extremely conservative professors and radically liberal ones!
I think it depends on your professor and also what type of class you take (i.e. social inequality classes usually sway to the liberal side).
Politics major: You should be challenged no matter where you attend. It's also a misconception to think the country "should be run" in any certain way
go liberty or byu if you want conservative. Liberalism is everywhere in college though, its tough to escape
American University has a good program. It's also in the capital!
You should keep an open mind and attend a school that is not highly polarized. GW professors are very non-partisan
Liberalism is everywhere in college so go where you want despite that factor. Also think about all of the conservatives with college degrees.
One must keep an open mind when picking a college and their major. People change when they go to college.
It is difficult being in that position, I would recommend meeting with faculty prior to making decision
American University in DC, one of the best political science schools
i really couldnt tell you
Georgetown has a great Political Science program!
South Carolina State University
James Madison or George Mason University
I would highly recommend any of the university in the middle America. Regardless, however, you should try to keep an open mind.
Check out Hillsdale or Patrick Henry
University of Dallas
The best way to find the truth is to challenge what you know. Liberal politics will challenge you & that's what you're to go to college for, right?
A private Christian based college would be a good choice, even if you are not religious they do tend to be much more conservative.
Look into Clarkson University. The majority of the student body is STEM majors; however, the cirriculum for poli-sci foces on integration.
Most colleges just want a piece of paper...
It entirely depends on your professor. I have a Pakistani and Brit for professors, and they both have their own views. Hope it helps.
Louisiana State University has a great poli-sci department.
university of Alabama
try Providence College. It's a very conservative school.
Washington and Lee
If you are happy with smaller schools, I suggest smaller colleges so that you can hear more about the courses and the professors you choose.
Look at what kind of politics are going on in specific areas and that might narrow down your search to Universities that are conservative like you.
Conservatism is a dying breed, so don't base your college choice on that. Just be sure to find those profs with shared views and befriend them.
Conservative colleges are hard to come by. Certain Profs will teach a conservative class, though. Try Bellarmine U, it's got a big Republican group.
keep in mind that this is America. Not one person can say that one specific college has exactly was you are looking for when it comes to politic veiws
Undergraduate is not as important as graduate - use reviews to pick a conservative-leaning college you like, and be sure they offer political science.
Try King College in NYC (tkc.edu)
King College in New York City is fairly conservative and has a great program. Otherwise BJU.
Saint Anselm! They hold political debates there.
Texas Wesleyan University is great. It is a small private school, so the classes a smaller and the professors are great and personable.
The Political Science Professors at Hiram College are wonderful. They teach and encourage you to form own opinions. I am a conservative and I love it.
Clark University. I attend it and am very impressed with the crop of teachers.
If you want a conservative college that's well known in the conservative circles in DC then Hillsdale and Grove City are good recommendations.
It is all what you put into it to know if it is worth it
The Master's College or Patrick Henry College are conservative schools with great Political Studies programs.
Try to attend a middle of the road school. You'll learn more with a diverse set of opinions around you.
Black Hills State University. The Political Science program is top notch with professors who come from Princeton to teach.
UC San Diego
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