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  1. Our PhD in Political Science covers four fields: American government, comparative politics, international relations, and public policy. The curriculum introduces students to all four fields, though each student will concentrate on a primary and secondary field.

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      Carl Cilke. PhD Candidate in Political Science. Carl Cilke...

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      Political Science. Our PhD in Political Science covers four...

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    Students entering with a bachelor’s degree must complete 56 semester hours. Students currently in the MA or MPA program and accepted into the PhD program before completing the MA or MPA must complete 56 semester hours as well as all curriculum requirements of the PhD program. Students entering with a master’s degree may receive advanced standing fo...

    Doctoral degree candidacy is attained after successfully completing all coursework, the comprehensive examination, and the dissertation proposal defense.

    All doctoral students must maintain an overall cumulative grade-point average (GPA) of 3.500 while making progress toward the degree requirements. Students who fall below any applicable standard for two consecutive semesters are subject to dismissal from the graduate program. Additionally, receipt of financial support administered by the department...

    Students who conduct research in a language other than English must demonstrate proficiency as necessary for completion of the dissertation. Language courses do not count as electives.

  2. 2023-2024 Edition. Overview. Programs. Courses. Website. Costas Panagopoulos, PhD Professor and Chair c.panagopoulos @northeastern.edu. Program Directors and Staff Members. CSSH Graduate Programs General Regulations. Graduate training in political science prepares students to analyze important issues in world affairs and succeed in a wide array ...