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 Summer Course Lists
The following links contain the course offerings for the Political Science Department for Summer 2015.
Phone: (330) 972-7406
Political Science Masters Degree is the pathway to your success!
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 please check out the Graduate Bulletin or contact the Department of Political Science today at 330-972-7406
Consideration for applications for Fall graduate assistantships will begin March 1 and continue until April 1.
New -- MA in Political Science - Security Studies Track
We live in a world, where security issues often dominate the national policy agenda. In response to the growing need for national security professionals, the Department of Political Science at the University of Akron now offers the Master of Arts Degree in Political Science-Security Studies Track. This course of study is intended to prepare professionals in the world of national security occupations. Please check out this information on the Security Studies track
Contact Dr. Kaltenthaler today for more information on this amazing program.
Interested in Security Studies Careers?
Are you interested in Security Studies but are not sure where to start?
Follow this link for valuable resources on resume writing, interview skills and other valuable information.
If you are looking for a National Security internship, be sure to check out the resources above before you check out this link about amazing opportunities.
The best way to gain experience and maximize your opportunity for a great career starts with an internship.
Please contact Dr. Kaltenthaler about the Security Studies program and discuss the amazing opportunities that await you!
Internships helped UA grad define career goals
Meet Sarah Antonucci. Just two years into her law career, she’s realizing her goal to make a difference in the lives of others. And she's grateful for her Akron Experience.
Same mission, different tactics: soldier turns student
Michael Kohler's military career with the U.S. Army ended abruptly when he was injured in Baghdad. Twenty-one surgeries later, his mission, like his leg, remains intact: to serve the public.
Political scholar John Green examines ‘Mormon Paradox’ in new book
The work is the first full-length, scholarly work on Mormons in American politics — providing a thorough study of what Mormons are like politically and how non-Mormons respond to Mormon candidates.
Buckeye Poll: Republicans lead statewide races by big margins, but many voters undecided
The poll, conducted by UA's Ray C. Bliss Institute of Applied Politics, found that nearly 50 percent of respondents said the economy would be the top priority on Election Day.
Summit County leaders to teach new political science course
Akron Mayor Don Plusquellic and Summit County Executive Russ Pry will share their decades of experience as they co-teach “Practical Governing: The Buck Stops Here” during the fall semester.