Information about degree requirements, advisory committees, examinations, theses/pro-papers, funding, courses, and additional information about the M.A. in political science can be found in the Graduate Handbook. Prospective students are encouraged to review the Graduate Handbook before reaching out to the Graduate Coordinator with questions.
Current students may access the Political Science SharePoint to access important department dates and documents.
World of Opportunities
All graduate programs are individually designed to fit the student’s educational background and career objectives. Graduates with the M.A. are recruited by a wide variety of local, state, federal, and non-governmental agencies as well as the private sector. Recipients of the Ph.D. are employed in research organizations, universities and public service positions.
Graduate teaching assistantships are available on a competitive basis.
For additional information or to set up a virtual appointment, please contact David McIvor