It is very important to study political science, as it affects such areas of public life as education, health, housing, jobs and conflicts between people and States. Understanding political science contributes to the development of analytical and professional skills related to politics. These skills help people realize and realize group and private interests. Studying political science helps to gain experience working with different communities to achieve specific goals. It also requires reading the relevant literature and expressing one's opinion orally and in writing. All of the above help to develop critical thinking skills. Reading classical political literature (Plato, Aristotle, Machiavelli, Lock, Abay), helps to develop research and analytical skills that are useful for all professions. The study of political science develops the ability to draw conclusions and make decisions by synthesizing different sets of data. Having successfully mastered political science, an individual becomes a citizen involved in the domestic and foreign policy of his country, through rational and permanent participation in elections and referendums. The study of political science can also be useful for those who are unsure of their future careers. Specialized training in this field develops skills useful both in business and politics that can help political science students find work later in life. Political science is a particularly good basis for a career in law, public administration or international relations.
Political and legal thought in the Ancient East Political and legal teachings in Ancient Greece Political and legal teachings in Ancient Rome Political and legal teachings in Western Europe in the Middle ages Political and legal teachings of the Renaissance and reformation Political theories of XIX-XX centuries
The main stages of development of political knowledge in the history of civilization Politics in the structure of public life Power as a political phenomenon Subjects of the policy Contemporary political systems. Political regime Elections and electoral systems The state and civil society
Political parties and socio-political movements as objects of research. Typology of political parties and socio-political movements. Party systems. Political leadership in the context of multi-party. Single-party systems. Party systems in West European countries. Party system of the United States. Party system of the Russian Federation. General characteristics of the modern Kazakhstan multi-party system
Laws and regularities in MO Basic paradigms and schools in MO Types and the structure of the international system. Major subjects mo and their characteristics. The ratio of national and state interest in the MO. Aims and means of participants in international relations. War in international relations. Modern concepts of security and peacekeeping activities of international organizations. Morality and law in international relations. Concept and types of international cooperation
The most desirable prospect for political science students is to become an expert in political science, who is guided by the current political situation in the Republic of Kazakhstan and abroad, can advise on relevant issues, as well as develop a strategy and manage the election campaign of a candidate for elected office. After the release of yesterday's students get such positions:
- political adviser;
-organizer or functionary of the election headquarters; specialist of the press service and other services of the municipal or other administration;
-referent, Deputy assistant; organizer of public events;
- political technologist;
- employee of public, youth or other organization;
- analyst at the state center;
- teacher of social and humanitarian disciplines in institutions of secondary special and vocational education.