finished my degree in Bachelor’s degree in Political Science at MSU-IIT in
2009. A couple of days ago, I searched the Internet for a list of people who also
had the same major, but to my dismay, I found none.
So here’s My List of Thirty Famous People Who Majored in Political Science (#20 to #11). You might want to check out those who made it to the 30th to 21st spot, here. The Top 10 can be read here. And as how we chant it at MSU-IIT - Sikhai PolSci!
An openly gay comedian, he was under heavy criticism in May 2013 due to his jokes on rape and his use of insult humor. Despite the controversies, he starred in the two of the Philippines' highest-grossing films. Viceral took Political Science at Far Eastern University.
President Sanchez was known for ending Civil War in Central America which led him to earn the Nobel Peace Prize in 1987. He has received numerous prizes for his contribution towards the progress of humanity. He is the recipient of the Nobel Peace Prize, Martin Luther King Jr. Peace Award, the Liberty Medal of Philadelphia, among others. He has also received approximately fifty honorary doctorates from colleges and universities such as Harvard, Princeton, Dartmouth, Oberlin, Marquette, and Washington University in St. Louis.
He was enrolled in the London School of Economics in 1967 and received a doctorate degree in Political Science from the University of Essex in 1974. After renouncing the chair of President, Oscar Arias Sanchez associated himself with the non-partisan, non profit organizations working for the progress of mankind.
Jacques Chirac is one of the most influential politicians in France. He is a former Mayor of Paris, former Prime Minister of France, and former President. Born on 29 November 1932, he is the second-longest serving President of France. Chirac entered French national politics in 1950s. His popularity increased after his opposition to George W. Bush's decision of invading Iraq in 2003 .
Jacques Chirac completed his graduation in in Political Science in 1953, from the Institut d'Etudes Politiques, which was one of the prestigious institutes of France at that time.