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open house for MA/PhD in Political Science

The MA/PhD Program in Political Science of the CUNY Graduate Center is holding an informational Open House on for potential applicants to our MA and PhD programs.

Open House for Prospective Applicants
Political Science MA/PhD Program of the CUNY Graduate Center
365 Fifth Ave, Room 5200
New York New York

Come learn about how the Program prepares the political scientists of the future! Our distinguished faculty trains students to become independent researchers while preparing them for careers in academia, government agencies, non-profit organizations, and the private sector. We admit students for our Ph.D. and M.A. programs every fall. The deadline to apply for admission for the Fall 2017 semester is December 15, 2016.

Interested students are also invited to a panel discussion immediately preceding the Open House, on “Beyond the Punditry – Fresh Perspectives on the 2016 Elections.” A post-mortem assessment of the election by Celeste Katz (Mic, an online news platform targeting millennials), Sam Wang (Princeton Election Consortium), and Monika L. McDermott (Fordham University). This event will be held 4:15-6pm in Room C198.


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