Department of Political Science
February 26th, 2022- A panel of TTU Russian and Ukrainian specialists discusses the current situation in Ukraine. They cover the history of Ukraine, its relationship with Russia, and the greater implications of Russia's attack on the sovereign nation of Ukraine.
Kyle Rable, Graduate Student in History & Panel Host
Dr. Alan Barenberg, History
Dr. Erin Collopy, CMLL
Dr. Eric Hammersen, Institute for Peace and Conflict
Dr. Anthony Qualin, Classical & Modern Languages & Literatures
Dr. Frank Thames, Political Science
March 16th, 2021- TTU Department of Political Science has been ranked as the third school nation-wide in the “Top 10 Online Bachelors in Political Science! From here, It's possible!
The Department of Political Science at Texas Tech University (TTU) would like to invite students with significant research potential and interests in Political Science or Public Administration to apply to our Masters and PhD programs. For more information or to view our Study Political Science flyer.
Study Political Science!
Degree & Programs
The Political Science department supervises the following degree and certificate programs:
- Bachelor of Arts in Political Science
- Bachelor of Arts - Master of Arts in Political Science
- Master of Arts in Political Science
- Master of Public Administration
- Doctor of Philosophy in Political Science
- Graduate Certificate in Strategic Studies
- Bachelor of Arts in Global Studies
- Minor in International Studies
Dual Degree Programs
The department also participates in both the Latin American and Iberian Studies program and the Russian Language and Area Studies program leading to the Bachelor of Arts degree; a minor in women's studies; Honors College programs; and Arts and Sciences minors in urban studies, international studies, ethnic studies, Asian studies, and religion studies.
Fellowships and Stipends Available
The Department of Political Science will be awarding a Helen Jones Graduate Fellowship for a new PhD student beginning with the Fall 2016 semester. This Fellowship is for $5000 for three years (total = $15,000) and is intended to recruit a new PhD student to the program.
The Department of Political Science will be awarding a Graduate Recruitment Fellowship for a new PhD student beginning with the Fall 2016 semester. This Fellowship is for $4000 for four years (total = $16,000) and is intended to recruit a new PhD student to the program.
The Department of Political Science has set the stipend level for incoming students for the Fall 2016 semester at $13,000 for 9 month TA assignments. We will also be able to award up to 2 stipends of $16,500 to recruit exceptional students. The Department will also have the ability to hire several online graders with a $10,000 stipend for 9 months. All TAs and Graders will also receive a tuition waiver that covers most of the costs of tuition.