Agnes Scott College - Political Science Ranking 2017

Agnes Scott CollegeRanked
594
in the USA
Agnes Scott College is a very small not-for-profit Presbyterian college offering a number of disciplines along with political science majors and located in Decatur, Georgia. This college was founded in 1889 and is presently offering bachelor's degrees in 2 political science programs.

Agnes Scott College is very expensive: tuition cost is around $40,000 a year. According to recent data analysis, Agnes Scott College area is relatively unsafe - the college is reported to have a rather poor rating for on-campus secutiy.

Agnes Scott College political science program ranks #594 (out of 1350; top 45%) in USA and #14 in Georgia. Major competitors for this school are University of Georgia in Athens and Emory University in Atlanta. Check the details about all twelve competing political science colleges as well as list of offered political science majors below.


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Overall school rankings 2017:

Ranked #14 Political Science School in Georgia
Ranked #178 Political Science School in The South
Ranked #594 Political Science School in USA

Programs rankings 2017:

State of Georgia Ranking

Ranked #10 International Relations School
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The South Regional Ranking

Ranked #113 International Relations School
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USA National Ranking

Ranked #381 International Relations School
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You may be interested in other ways to enroll Agnes Scott College:
Foreign Languages Programs - ranked top 35% in USA
History Programs - ranked top 50% in USA
Also, check how Agnes Scott College is ranked among Presbyterian colleges in Georgia.

Contact information:

Agnes Scott College
141 E. College Ave.
Decatur, GA 30030-3770
Phone: (404) 471-6000
Website: www.agnesscott.edu

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Agnes Scott College Location Map

Political Science majors offered:

Bachelor's degree

General Political Science and Government
International Relations and Affairs

Minors offered:

Bachelor's degree

General Political Science and Government
International Relations and Affairs

Local competitors:

University of Georgia - Political Science School Ranking
University of Georgia

Athens, GA, 8 political science programs

Emory University - Political Science School Ranking
Emory University

Atlanta, GA, 6 political science programs

University of South Carolina Columbia - Political Science School Ranking
University of South Carolina Columbia

Columbia, SC, 7 political science programs

The University of Alabama - Political Science School Ranking
The University of Alabama

Tuscaloosa, AL, 6 political science programs

The University of Tennessee Knoxville - Political Science School Ranking
The University of Tennessee Knoxville

Knoxville, TN, 6 political science programs

Georgia State University - Political Science School Ranking
Georgia State University

Atlanta, GA, 4 political science programs

Middle Tennessee State University - Political Science School Ranking
Middle Tennessee State University

Murfreesboro, TN, 7 political science programs

Troy University - Political Science School Ranking
Troy University

Troy, AL, 2 political science programs

Georgia Southern University - Political Science School Ranking
Georgia Southern University

Statesboro, GA, 4 political science programs

Georgia Institute of Technology - Political Science School Ranking
Georgia Institute of Technology

Atlanta, GA, 4 political science programs

Kennesaw State University - Political Science School Ranking
Kennesaw State University

Kennesaw, GA, 6 political science programs

Clemson University - Political Science School Ranking
Clemson University

Clemson, SC, 2 political science programs

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