Under the administration of the Graduate Division of Arts and
Sciences, the Department of Government and Politics and the
Division of Library and Information Science offer a joint program
of study leading to the Master of Arts in Government and Politics
and Master of Library Science degrees.
The combination of the two M.A. programs will provide students
with the opportunity to integrate two complementary bodies of
knowledge: Government and Politics and Library Science.
The graduate program in Government and Politics will supplement
the graduate program in Library Science by broadening and deepening
a student's understanding of the governmental structure,
institutions, public administration and the political/legal
process, while at the same time mastering contemporary means of
accessing and utilizing related information.
Dr. Diane J. Heith, Chair
St. John Hall 234A
Graduate Admission Information
Robert Medrano, Director
Office of Graduate Admission