Department of Political Science The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics 133 S. 36th Street Philadelphia, PA 19104-6215 Phone: (215) 898-7641. Nicholas Sambanis Chair. Alex Weisiger Graduate Chair. Daniel Hopkins Undergraduate Chair.
The Graduate Program in Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania reflects the methodological diversity of the discipline. The Department’s areas of strength include comparative politics and political economy; international political, economic, and military problems; the domestic politics and foreign relations of major powers and geographic areas, American politics and political.
Political Science, PhD The Graduate Program in Political Science at the University of Pennsylvania reflects the methodological diversity of the discipline. The department has significant strengths in each of the four major subfields in the discipline: American Politics, Comparative Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory.In general, applicants should focus on research interests and how a PhD degree in political science will help in achieving long term goals. The typical length is two pages double spaced. TOEFL Exams. Applicants from non-English speaking countries must submit the results of their TOEFL exam unless they have obtained a degree from a university or college in an English speaking nation. Penn's.Graduate students in political science are actively involved in its many programs, centers and workshops, including the Christopher H. Browne Center for International Politics and the Penn Program on Democracy, Citizenship, and Constitutionalism. SUPPORT Students receive a tuition waiver and stipend the same as other doctoral degree students in these programs. Summer support also may be.
The Doctoral Program (Ph.D.) in Computer and Information Science (CIS) welcomes candidates with strong training in any of the disciplines related to modern information processing, with an emphasis on computer science and mathematics. Research and teaching form the essence of our doctoral program. Our curriculum is designed to develop the intellectual skills essential for the rapidly changing.Read More
The Department of Political Science at the University of Connecticut offers a graduate program leading to the 5th Year Master’s (MA) and the Doctor of Philosophy (PhD). The graduate curriculum is designed to serve the individual needs of students as they prepare for the variety of opportunities that the field offers for teaching, research and administrative positions in the public and.Read More
The graduate program in the Department of Politics leads to the doctor of philosophy (Ph.D.) degree in politics. There is no separate program for a master’s degree. The program is designed to offer broad professional training in political science and to enable students to specialize in any of the main subfields of political science (American politics, comparative politics, international.Read More
Political Science degrees help students learn to represent the public, based on their understanding of social dynamics, as well as the international relations between nations. You'll learn about how political power is managed and distributed, how governments operate, how laws are made and changed, and everything from elections to how state institutions function.Read More
Dual-Titles Dual-Title Ph.D. in Political Science and African Studies. Requirements listed here are in addition to requirements listed in GCAC-208 Dual-Title Graduate Degree Programs. Political Science doctoral students who have research and educational interests in comparative policy analyses, environmental change and livelihood systems, socio-economic and political change, and other aspects.Read More
I am an Associate Professor at the Political Science department at the University of Pennsylvania. My research is in applied political economy, with substantive focus on the intersection of technology and governance, political accountability, forced migration and conflict processes, and a regional focus on sub-Saharan Africa and Israel-Palestine. At Penn, I am founder and co-director of Penn.Read More
Before coming to Penn, Clay has taught courses on digital rhetoric, American literature, and science fiction at the University of Delaware. He received his Bachelor of Arts in English and political science, with honors, from Rutgers University. He holds a PhD in English from the University of Delaware. Clay’s work lives at the intersection of critical race, gender, queer, and utopian studies.Read More
PhD in Political Science. Our doctoral students are advancing political science as a discipline. They explore the empirical phenomena that produce new scholarly insights—insights that improve the way governments and societies function. As a result, MIT Political Science graduates are sought after for top teaching and research positions in the U.S. and abroad. Read where program alumni are.Read More
Penn has a proud tradition of translating knowledge into social-minded action that dates back to our founder, Benjamin Franklin. This tradition of active pragmatism, articulated in Franklin’s maxim “well-done is better than well-said,” lives today through the inclusive policies, innovative work, and impactful engagement of our faculty, students, and staff.Read More
Ph.D. in Political Science. We are ranked as a top-ten research department and our graduate program has an excellent job placement record. Over the past decade, the vast majority of our PhD graduates have gone on to attain tenure-track positions, and many other students have become leaders in the public, private, and non-profit sectors. In addition to a demanding sequence of courses during the.Read More