Master of Arts in Government
Our master's in government focuses on U.S. politics, global politics, public policy and political processes to properly address the needs of students who seek a thorough understanding of political science and legal studies.
Students admitted to our program will select one of the following options with consultation and approval of their graduate committee. The student’s graduate committee may require completion of more than the minimum number of semester credit hours indicated and specify courses to be included in the student’s individual degree. These options include:
- Professional Paper
- Practicum Capstone
- Combined History and Government
Please visit our Graduate Catalog for more information about degree and course requirements regarding our different degree options.
- Program Admission Requirements
- Degree Plans
- Government Graduate Handbook (pdf)
- Course Rotation Schedule (pdf)
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