Academics

GRADUATE POLITICAL SCIENCE PROGRAMS

The following is a partial listing of political science graduate programs pursued by Albright College graduates over the past few years. Many Political Science graduates also pursue law school, so please refer to the Law School report for additional information. For more information, please contact the Political Science Department at 610. 921.7572 or the Experiential Learning and Career Development Center at 610.921.7630, elcdc@albright.edu.

American University, Master of Arts in International Affairs, Washington, DC
American University, Master of Arts in Political Science, Washington, DC
Georgetown University, Master of Arts in Political Science, Washington, DC
George Washington University, Master of Arts in International Affairs, Washington, DC
George Washington University, Master of Arts in Legislative Affairs, Washington, DC
George Washington University, Master of Art in Political Science, Washington, DC
Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government, MPA in Public Policy, Cambridge, MA
Johns Hopkins University, Ph.D. in Political Science, Baltimore, MD
Lehigh University, Master of Public Administration, Bethlehem, PA
New York University, Advanced Certificate in International Affairs, New York, NY
Old Dominion University, Master of Arts in International Studies, Norfolk, VA
Pennsylvania State University, Master of Public Administration, University Park, PA
Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey, Ph.D. in Political Science, New Brunswick, NJ
Syracuse University, Master of Science in Television Radio, Syracuse, NY
Syracuse University, Master of Arts in International Relations, Syracuse, NY
University of Pennsylvania, Master of Government Administration, Philadelphia, PA
University of Pennsylvania, Master of Public Administration, Philadelphia, PA
University of Virginia, Master of Urban Planning, Charlottesville, VA

Prepared by the Albright College Experiential Learning and Career Development Center, 2008