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MS in Psychology switching to Political Science once graduate with a master degree?


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I'm attending graduate school, concentrating in forensic psychology; moreover, I have a 3.3 GPA in the program, which I think it's an okay score.  Although the school I'm applying to doesn't have a psychology class, it's assisting me to teach Social Studies. I've been reading about history, geography, economics, law, and government--I won't say I am expert on it compared to Political Science students. However, if  I start teaching social studies, do you think I can still switch programs if I decide to get a Ph.D.  in Political Science?

I had research experience as an undergraduate in positive psychology, particularly eating disorders. My graduate program has me to conducting a research experiment of my own choice: I chose two main variables—hallucination and immoral crimes. I did research on different universities' requirements in the United States, and  many of them require a foreign language, which I already possess--Vietnamese and English.  

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