Program strengths

Politics & Business

Politics and Business - study the relationship between politics and business, states and markets, economics and politics, and power and wealth

International Trade - study the exchange of goods and services across borders, and the far-reaching socio-economic and political implications

Global Studies

Global Governance - study global responses to complex problems including conflict and peace-building, humanitarian crisis, global economic inequality, and environmental change

International Relations - Combine a strong grounding in international relations theory with courses in the history of inter-state relations

International Studies - study transnational connectedness as related to contemporary global issues such as environmental sustainability, global poverty, economic development and protection of human rights

International Trade - study the exchange of goods and services across borders, and the far-reaching socio-economic and political implications

Public Policy & Administration

Canadian Politics - study Canadian institutions, Canada’s constitutional framework, the development and implementation of public policy in different areas, political party organization and electoral competition, and issues affecting Canada’s indigenous people

Public Policy and Administration - study political institutions within specific countries as well as specific courses on public policy and public administration in Canada and elsewhere