POLS698 Comprehensive Examination in Political Science (0 semester hours)
The comprehensive final examination is for students in the Master of Arts in Political Science program. The "Comprehensive Exam" is tailored specifically to each program and must be taken after students have completed 36 hours of study (i.e. during the semester following the final course) and must be successfully completed before the award of a degree. The purpose of this course is to provide students with a structured and self-paced review of key concepts, theories, and knowledge skill sets in the field of political science. Preparation for a comprehensive examination, however, is the student’s responsibility.
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