M.S. Program Admissions
Department of Political Science and Public Administration admits students to the M.S. program once every year, for enrollment in September.
Qualifying candidates are then interviewed by a departmental committee in June, and the admission decisions are announced within a week.
Once admitted, students must complete the minimum required course load of seven courses and a prothesis seminar in, at most, three consecutive semesters with a minimum Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA) of 3.00/4.00. Having successfully finished their course requirements and the prothesis seminar, students are expected to prepare their Master's thesis under the guidance of their advisor and submit it to the department no later than the end of their sixth semester in the program. The M.S. theses are supposed to be defended in front of an academic jury established by the department. Upon approval M.S. theses are submitted to the Graduate School of Social Sciences.
For more information please refer to Graduate School of Social Sciences.