Masters Program in Political Science in South America
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A Masters degree gives you the opportunity to either further your understanding of a particular question or take off in a completely different way using skills you have gained from your previous undergraduate degree.
Political science programs teach students the basic elements of the government and the various factions and processes that control it. Topics such as comparative government, international relations, and conflict resolution may also be covered.
South America is the fourth largest continent. It is divided politically into 12 independent countries. South America is home to the majestic Andes mountain range and the mysterious Amazon River. The world's largest rain forest, with millions of species of exotic animals, is also found in South America.
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The creation of the Master's program in Social Innovation in Education is justified from four complementary aspects, related in the first instance with a review of the state of training at this academic level in related topics, both nationally and internationally, in the second instance, with the presentation of aspects that aim to determine the training needs in this area of knowledge in the local, regional and national context; on the other hand, with the potential opportunities that this program offers teachers who are trained in the master's degree, both in their particular context and in the panorama of educational processes at the national level; and finally, with the aspects that are configured as distinctive of the program and that affirm their particularities, in light of Uniminuto training experience.
The Master in Peace, Development and Citizenship is a proposal of inter and transdisciplinary nature that is oriented towards the systematic and critical deepening of the theories and practices that nurture the construction of peace, development and citizenship.