In the Charles and Louise Travers Department of Political Science, over fifty faculty and lecturers teach and conduct research in each of our eleven subfields on a variety of special topics. Additionally, our faculty and students work with over twenty specialized and interdisciplinary institutes and centers around campus on issues important to political science and our world today. Below, please find brief descriptions of the links and information you can find in this section.
- Ph.D. Requirements Read basic program requirements and typical annual curricula. Current students log into student intranet for more detailed policies and procedures.
- Courses See the current list of graduate level courses as well as links to other department course offerings and archives of past offerings.
- Applying Get information about the application process, and find links to departmental and campus application materials.
- Funding Discover a variety of resources to fund your graduate education, as well as descriptions of the components found in most funding packages.
- Job Placement Read about our finishing students currently on the job market and previous successes in job placement. Current students log into student intranet for access to the placement system.
- Graduate Student Association The Political Science Graduate Students Association (PSGSA) represents students in the department and serves to increase communication between the department's faculty, administration and students as well as to facilitate a variety of social activities and interactions within the department.