Canadian Politics specialization
This specialization will engage students in different aspects of Canadian government and politics. Students will gain a breadth and depth of knowledge in both general and specialized courses that critically examine 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.
The Canadian Politics Specialization requires successful completion of six courses:
- PSCI 260/LS 206
- two of PSCI 302, PSCI 303, PSCI 331, PSCI 334, PSCI 360, PSCI 363/LS 363, PSCI 373
- one of PSCI 431, PSCI 433, PSCI 461, PSCI 462, PSCI 463/LS 463
- two additional courses from any of the lists above
Canadian Government & Politics, Public Administration, Public Policy, Local Government, Canadian Constitutional Law, Rights & Public Policy, Environmental Policy & Politics, Political Parties, Elections, & Political Marketing, Government & Politics of Indigenous Peoples