SLU-Madrid’s political science program adopts a theoretical and pragmatic understanding of intricate international processes that are important to all nations. The goal of the program is to form leaders who comprehend the world today and have the tools to examine key changes in global politics.
Saint Louis University offers a BA in Political Science with a concentration in international relations which can be completed in Madrid. As well as this, students have the opportunity to start their studies in other political science disciplines, such as American politics, political thought or comparative politics, and then finish their degree at the St. Louis campus. Student can also choose to complete the minor in political science, which supplements nearly all of the majors offered in Madrid.
Students wanting to earn a master's degree in political science can apply to take graduate courses in SLU’s B.A. to M.A. five-year program.
A perfect location, highly skilled and esteemed staff and limitless networking opportunities make Suffolk University’s Master of Science in Political Science degree program both unique and fulfilling for student’s careers. Suffolk offers students two different tracks for specialised training:
Professional Politics Concentration – obtain a solid academic knowledge base and then tune the practical skills that will get students ready for work as a campaign manager, lobbyist, consultant, leader in the government or non-profit arenas. Students will conquer topics such as legislative organisation, party politics and voting and data analysis in public policy.
International Relations Concentration - trains students to make a difference on a truly international scale. If their interests lay in analysis and policy development, spanning geographic borders and cultures, pick this option. Students will concetrate on international organisations, human rights, global political economy and regional politics.
Bircham University’s Political Science program covers political science, its history, methodology, important ideologies, various perspectives and measurable techniques. It demonstrates the political theory by means of a proportional approach between governments and politics. It also delivers an overview of the development of political science in several countries and debates recent changes in the American political scene.
Subjects covered on this course include: Comparative Politics: The West, Comparative Politics: Middle East, Comparative Politics: The Far East, East-West International Relations, Political Theory, Political Science, Social Welfare, Environmental Policies, Political Sociology, Cross Cultural Social Perspectives, Industrialized Countries Economy, Global Political Economy, Third World & Developing Nations, World Politics & Globalization and Philosophy of Ethics & Law. Subjects account for 3 academic credits each.
The Political Science program is available at Specialist, Expert, Bachelor's, Master's & Ph.D. (Doctoral) Degree program levels.