Law/Political Science, JD/MA; Law/Political Science, JD/PhD
JD/Political Science MA Degree Requirements
JD/Political Science Degree Requirements
The Juris Doctor/Master of Arts and Juris Doctor/Doctor of Philosophy
in Political Science are joint degrees which may be conferred by the
College of Law and the Syracuse University Political Science Department.
Students enrolled in these programs may obtain their J.D./M.A. or
J.D./Ph.D. in Political Science in substantially less time than would be
necessary if both programs were separately pursued.
Questions and inquiries should be directed to Professor Seth Jolly, Director of Graduate Studies, (email@example.com).
Students with general questions and inquiries concerning procedures
regarding joint degrees should contact Courtney Abbott Hill, Associate
Director for Student Life, Suite 220 College of Law (443-1146, firstname.lastname@example.org).
of Arts in International Relations/Ph.D. in Political Science
MAIR/Political Science PhD Degree Requirements
students are required to pass qualifying examinations in two chosen fields of
specialization, generally by the end of the third year. Students must also
write and defend a doctoral dissertation.
and inquiries should be directed to Professor Seth Jolly, Director of Graduate
Students with general questions and inquiries concerning procedures regarding
this joint degree can contact Candy Brooks, Political Science Graduate/Office
or Joshua Kennedy, Associate Director, Student Services, Public Administration
and International Affairs email@example.com.