The M.A. in Geography degree is designed to give graduate students the ability to analyze social processes and the physical environment across a range of cultures and historical periods, using appropriate methodologies and data management techniques. The program is especially designed to give students insights into a variety of regional social, environmental, and economic problems, and to exploit the strong international connections that the geography faculty have established. Faculty will encourage students to become involved in professional geography through pertinent internships, conference presentations, publication, and membership in the Association of American Geographers.
The M.A. in Political Science is a versatile degree that provides students with a set of transferable skills that are necessary for success in any workplace, including research design, quantitative and qualitative research methods, theory and argumentation, critical thinking and analysis, writing skills, and presentations skills. The program provides students with an opportunity to specialize in American Politics, International Relations, and Political Theory and Law.
Graduate Advisor of Record
Nam/Program: Sarah Torres
Position/Assigned Faculty: Graduate Assistant/Dr. Bryan Gervais and Dr. Thosmas Bellows
Name/ Program: Javier Roman/ Political Science
Positions/ Assigned Faculty: Graduate Research Assistant/ Dr. Matthias Hofferberth and Dr. Bradley Thayer
Research Interest: Security and conflict, intelligence
Main Office: MS 4.03.62
Department of Political Science and Geography
University of Texas at San Antonio
College of Liberal and Fine Arts
One UTSA Circle
San Antonio, TX 78249-1644