The program of study for the M.A. Program in International and Comparative Politics program begins with foundational courses in research design, theories and a thematic seminar. Students tailor the program to meet their interests with options in methodology and their major field (Peace and Security Studies, International Organizations, or Area Studies). The culmination of the degree program is a thesis or applied project, either of which is completed in close consultation with program faculty. Students may pursue practicum credit in conjunction with this capstone.
Please consult the Policies and Procedures Manual of the WSU Graduate School for information pertaining to residency requirements, transfer credits, and the pursuit of a second master’s degree from Wright State University.
Requirements in all areas are spelled out in the university's catalog page found at the following link:
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