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asupcb

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Looking for a good Political Science Graduate Degree Program
« on: November 03, 2005, 02:35:08 am »

I'm currently a friend of the FSP but I've been thinking about joining the Free State Project.  I'm currently looking for a graduate school so that I can get a masters and/or Ph.D degree in political science so that I can teach college if I ever need a fall back if I don't find a job that I like.  So does anyone on this forum know of a good grad school in NH that I could attend in order to obtain a degree?
Also is there a market for pro-freedom professors of civics, history, public policy, and economics?  I won't graduate from my current university until May 2007 so I'm not in a huge hurry but at the same time it would be nice to know if I could actually obtain a good degree or a good job in my chosen profession in NH.
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Re: Looking for a good Political Science Graduate Degree Program
« Reply #1 on: November 03, 2005, 07:55:23 am »

I'd like to know this also; I'm so interested in PolitSci that I'm definitely thinking of making it my vocation rather than just my avocation.
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Re: Looking for a good Political Science Graduate Degree Program
« Reply #2 on: November 03, 2005, 03:43:50 pm »

Well--Saint Anselm's has a recently finished Institute of Politics http://www.anselm.edu/nhiop/ , but it is not a grad program. 

The only schools with grad programs are UNH http://www.gradschool.unh.edu/, Dartmouth http://www.dartmouth.edu/~gradstdy/, SNHU http://www.snhu.edu/213.asp, Rivier College http://www.rivier.edu/admissions/graduate/default.asp?id=1908, Antioch http://www.antiochne.edu/, Keene State http://www.keene.edu/ps/, Plymouth State http://www.plymouth.edu/graded/ and NEC http://www.nec.edu/graduate/mfa/mfa.html that I am aware of. 




You live in NH--you live in politics.  I still get Christmas cards from a gubernatorial candidate from a few years back whose sign I had on my property.  One of my neighbors is lobbying in Concord several days a week and the other hosted a talk with Governor Lynch last fall. 

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