Master of Arts in Political Science (GL90)
Dr. Shawn Schulenberg
Smith Hall 739A
The Department of Political Science is committed to (1) applied and basic research; (2) leadership and public service to the community; and (3) developing insight into multicultural and global issues.
Program objectives include the acquisition of acquire critical thinking skills, problem solving skills, research skills, language/communication skills, and the development of students’ intellectual capabilities.
Jobs Related to this Program:
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- 19-3094.00 Political Scientists
- 19-4061.00 Social Science Research Assistants
- 11-1031.00 Legislators
- 25-1065.00 Political Science Teachers, Postsecondary
Application deadline for Admission: Fall enrollment: August 1; Spring enrollment: December 1; Summer enrollment: May 1
GRE or other test required: GRE (requirement may be waived if applicant has an undergraduate Grade Point Average of 3.3 or higher on a 4.0 scale for all previously completed undergraduate university work, and/or holds an advanced post-graduate degree from a regionally accredited college/university).