Master of Political Science (M.P.S.)
If subjects like “political psychology” or “voting trends” sound like great topics for a chat over a cup of coffee, we’d like you to meet some of our faculty. The Auburn Montgomery “poli-sci” program is top-notch, and our professors are always up for a stimulating conversation.
This program attracts several different walks of life. We get aspiring politicians, teachers, government workers, journalists, lawyers, corporate PR specialists—the list goes on. Together we study the world and analyze the theory and practice of politics.
Enroll in the AUM Graduate Studies program for a M.S. in political science and you’ll dive deep into a world of academic discovery. Courses offered here include American politics, comparative government, international relations and voting behavior, just to name a few.
Related careers/job titles: Education, law, government, journalism, public relations at a corporate level.
Approximate program length: Two years.
Sciences Student of Success
Gen. Henry Shelton
M.S., Political Science, ‘73
Gen. Henry Shelton, the 14th chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, accomplished in his two terms as the United States' top military official what few people manage to do in Washington’s politically charged climate: He earned the praise and respect of leaders at both ends of the partisan spectrum. more