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The Department of Political Science and International
Relations offers both M.A. (Master of Arts) and Ph.D. (Doctor of Philosophy)
degrees. The graduate program is a Ph.D. focused program consisting of coursework
during the first six semesters followed by dissertation research and writing.
Students earn an M.A. as part of their Ph.D. studies.
Graduate study in the Department is organized around four
major subfields within the discipline of Political Science: American Politics,
Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory. Ph.D.
students are required to pick one of these major subfields within the
discipline as their primary field and a second subfield as their secondary
Alternatively, students may construct an
interdisciplinary secondary field in consultation with a faculty member and
with the approval of the Director of Graduate Studies. Examples of such
secondary fields include Gender and Politics, Research Methods, Political
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