Alumni & Careers

In the History, Political Science & Criminal Justice Department, we prepare our students for life after LeTourneau. That is why we provide them with exceptional instruction and individual guidance, plus professional and cultural opportunities. Here's what a few of our students are up to post-graduation.


Jordan Baumer

Baumer attended New England Law in Boston, Mass, where she was ranked in the top 3% of her class of 254 students. Learn more about her post-grad greatness in Realities magazine.

Amy Davis

Davis finished law school at UT in May 2010. She served as Editor in Chief of the Texas Review of Law & Politics (UT Law Journal) and went on to accept a position with the Cox, Smith and Matthews law firm in San Antonio, Texas. She recently returned to LeTourneau and spoke to students during chapel.

Stephen Casey

Casey served as the 2008-2009 Judicial Clerk for Texas Supreme Court Justice Scott A. Brister. "My life, particularly my time at LeTourneau, is the vindication that time, experience, and wisdom have over youthful rebellion." Read more about his story.


Whether your goal is to be a quick-thinking attorney, an idea-filled politician or a life-changing correctional officer, the History & Political Science Department offers majors that can give you the building blocks you need for your dream job.

Typical Career Options
  • Teacher
  • Pastor
  • Lawyer
  • Politician
  • Government servant
  • Archive manager
  • Librarian
  • Ambassador
  • Museum manager
  • Correctional Officer
  • Court Reporter
  • Crime Scene Examiner
  • Paralegal
  • Police Officer
  • Probation Officer

Thinking about graduate school? Our graduates have gone on to study at:

  • Syracuse University
  • Texas Tech University
  • Oxford University
  • University of St. Andrews
  • Emory University

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