POLITICAL SCIENCE STUDY; DESIGNED FOR THE REAL WORLD JOB MARKET:
The Department of Political Science at the University of Akron offers a BA in Political Science, a BS in Political Science/Criminal Justice, a Masters (MA) in Political Science, a Masters in Applied Politics (MAP), and a MAP/JD degree that are all geared to maximize student success.
OUR STUDENTS HAVE FOUND JOBS IN:
Political campaigns, Congressional offices, the Intelligence Community, the State Department, the FBI, police departments, political consultancies, academia, think tanks, military leadership, etc.
Olin Hall houses the Department of Political Science and the Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics.
Visit us in room 201!
John Green, Department ChairNancy Marion, Director of Graduate StudiesAkron, OH 44325-1904(330) 972-7406 ph(330) 972-8841 fax
2015 Political Science Spring Course Lists
The following links contain the course offerings for the Political Science Department for Spring 2015.
Phone: (330) 972-7406
New! MA in Political Science - Security Studies Track-- To learn more Click Here. The Department of Political Science offers number of options for graduate studies that are geared toward preparing students for many different career options. Our faculty members are renowned in their fields and have great success mentoring students to achieve their career goals. Check out how a UA Political Science graduate degree can be your path to success! For more information on the graduate degrees click the image!
Consideration for applications for Fall graduate assistantships will begin March 1 and continue until April 1.
New -- MA in Political Science - Security Studies Track
For more information on the new MA in Political Science - Security Studies Click on the image!
To apply to the Masters program click HERE!
Same mission, different tactics: soldier turns student
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