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The Department of Political Science and International Relations offers a range of graduate classes in our four subfields: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations and Political Theory as well as research methods and elective classes.
Ph.D. students choose a primary field and a secondary field, and complete a research methods sequence, including both quantitative and qualitative methods. Students choose from American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory for their primary field. Secondary fields include any the above or an option for a constructed field that can be interdisciplinary in nature, such as political psychology, political communications, or gender and politics.
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