About the course
Saint Louis Universitys Master of Arts in Political Science and Public Affairs program allows academically talented students to advance their knowledge and analytical skills by focusing on an interdisciplinary problem-oriented area of interest within political science. SLUs M.A. in political science and public affairs is open to individuals who have previously earned a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Science degree in political science or a related social science discipline from an accredited university and demonstrate outstanding potential. Students admitted for M.A. study must have an outstanding undergraduate record and demonstrate the potential for senior leadership in political science. M.A. students on the St. Louis campus may choose one of four formal concentration areas—American Politics, International Affairs, Public Policy and Administration, or Political Theory. Alternatively, they may design an individual plan of study in consultation with a faculty mentor and the Coordinator of Graduate Studies. All M.A. students on the Madrid Campus complete a concentration in International Relations and Crisis.
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USD 20,815
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3 Semesters
English language requirements
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Starting Duration Fees Status Campus
January, 2023 Duration 3 Semesters Course fee USD 38,102
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City Open Now Campus Midtown Campus
August, 2023 Duration 3 Semesters Course fee USD 38,102
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City Open Now Campus Midtown Campus

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Saint Louis University is a Catholic, Jesuit institution that values academic excellence, life-changing research, compassionate health care and a strong commitment to faith and service. The university offers more than 180 bachelor’s, masters and doctoral degrees in a wide variety of subject areas. In partnership with INTO, the university has enhanced educational opportunities for international students though the development of Pathway programmes at the undergraduate and graduate level.Established in September 2015, INTO Saint Louis University provides international students with greater access to a world-class education and a unique study experience in the heart of the US. Students from all corners of the globe are welcomed into a supportive, campus community where they can improve their English language comprehension while earning credits toward their degree. In addition to its academic excellence, students derive lifelong benefit from the school’s values-based and mission-driven approach. INTO SLU provides a high-quality learning experience at Beracha Hall, conveniently located near the center of campus. It has close proximity to all campus classrooms, residence halls, recreational facilities, restaurants and dining hall. Facility amenities include Multi-purpose classrooms, Wireless internet throughout the center and Lounge areas for student-teacher meetings, study groups and relaxing. The center also provides students many services including personalized academic, language and cultural support, emergency assistance, social trips and activities, and visa and immigration support.
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Midtown Campus - Saint Louis University - INTO USA

1 N. Grand Blvd., Saint Louis, Missouri, 63103

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SLUs campus in Midtown, St. Louis consists of over 282 acres (114.1 ha) of land, with 129 buildings on campus. This area is split between two locations along Grand Boulevard. The north campus (or Frost Campus), located just north of I-64, is the site of most undergraduate learning, and is also home to the universitys residence halls. The south campus, located just south of Chouteau Avenue, is the site of the Saint Louis University Hospital, the Doisy Research Center, and some athletic facilities.