Political Science MA

Political Science MA

Study political science in four key areas: American politics, political theory, comparative politics and international relations. Develop exceptional research skills and explore theory and literature that prepare you to teach a broader spectrum of political thought. Complete your master's degree in just two years with evening courses on campus and be prepared for doctoral programs, teaching at the junior college level or expand your career options in the private and public sector.

Travel while cultivating skills and building connections by joining our award-winning Model United Nations Program. You will have the unique opportunity to meet and learn from accomplished leaders in the field of diplomacy and policymaking, while developing knowledge regarding international relations issues.

Meet a Student

Chris Nafrady

MA Political Science, 2018

“I was able to graduate within three years with my bachelor's and transition into the MA Political Science graduate program with the added incentive to work as the Political Science & History Graduate Assistant/Research Assistant. This university invests in my success.”

Experienced Educators

Learn from professors who are recognized authorities in political science, frequent featured speakers at conferences and presentations, and published authors of such books and articles as: Ethics and Creativity in the Political Thought of Simone Weil and Albert Camus; Gandhi and the British Empire; Explaining Japanese Aid Policy in Latin America: A Test of Competing Approaches; and Multiple Referral and U.S. House Legislative Success in the 1990s.

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