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Constitutional Law


The Constitutional Law, B.A. in Political Studies program is designed for preparation for law school and productive careers in law, politics, or business but also for responsible citizenship. Professors teach small classes on the theory and philosophy of civilizations through a biblical framework. We teach that God is sovereign in human affairs of the past, present, and future. Because justice, law, and government originate with God, it is best to study God’s purpose for those institutions at an institution where the Bible is preached without shame or compromise.

Students may participate in a semester-long internship in Washington, D.C., allowing them a front-row seat to the inner workings of the government and opportunities for networking. Students also explore the complex factors that have produced the civilizations of the present, engage in systematic research and analysis, and receive guidance in preparing for their next step after graduation, whether that be graduate school or a career. Our Political Studies programs offer especially strong preparation for law school, and our graduates have been accepted into 13 of the top 20 law schools (including 7 of the top 10). Through it all, students are mentored in the process of developing Christian philosophies of history and politics as parts of an overarching biblical worldview.

Potential Careers

National Director of Safety Advocacy for the National Transportation Safety Board
Investigator, International Human Rights
Political Analyst
Law Enforcement Officer

Questions about a potential career? Visit our Student Career Center.

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Since 1927, the mission of The Master’s University is to empower students for a life of enduring commitment to Christ, biblical fidelity, moral integrity, intellectual growth, and lasting contribution to the Kingdom of God worldwide.

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