A masters is the first level of graduate coursework and can be obtained after you receive a bachelor’s degree. Earning a masters usually requires two years of full-time study, which amounts to 36 to 54 semester credits.
Political science provides individuals with an understanding of the executive, legislative, and judicial processes that are used to govern a country or society. Their impact on the economic and social structure is also examined.
Argentina has a magnificent multiethnic and multicultural population and is a charming and welcoming country for students choosing to study abroad. The quality of the field of education is to die for and also very affordable. Argentina has one of the world's highest literacy rates and is living quarters to many renowned artists, scholars, writers and scientists. Some of whom you will find teaching in the many top universities.
Master in Political Science in Argentina
This program leads to the title of University Master's Degree in International Cooperation and Public Policy Management, Programs and Projects Development from the International University Menéndez Pelayo, organized in collaboration with the University Institute Ortega y Gasset Research. Credits taken in the Master are recognized automatically for access to doctoral studies in any university in the European Higher Education [+]
This program provides access to the title of Master Oficialen Security Management, Crisis and Emergency Rey Juan Carlos University in Madrid. Credits taken in the Master will be recognized automatically for access to doctoral studies in any university in the European Higher Education. [+]
The Master in Applied Political Studies (MEPA) began to be taught 17 years ago as a graduate program promoted by the Government of Spain through the International Foundation for Iberoamerica of Administration and Public Policy (FIIAPP). [+]
This program leads to the title of University Master's Degree in Government and Public Administration from the International University Menéndez Pelayo, organized in collaboration with the University Institute Ortega y Gasset Research. [+]