MA in Political Science

The MA Program offers training in all major fields of the discipline, including Canadian Politics, Comparative Politics, Gender and Politics, International Relations, Political Economy, Political Theory, and Public Policy.

Faculty members are equipped to supervise graduate projects on a range of topics and contemporary issues, including:

  • American politics
  • Canadian political institutions
  • Chinese politics
  • climate change
  • constitutional law and politics
  • counter-terrorism
  • courts
  • democratic theory
  • democratization
  • development
  • diplomacy
  • elections and campaigns
  • environmental and resource politics
  • federalism and multi-level governance
  • feminist theory
  • foreign policy
  • Indigenous politics
  • inequality
  • international organizations
  • international political economy
  • international security
  • local government
  • Middle East politics
  • migration
  • political marketing
  • political parties
  • provincial politics
  • public administration
  • public-private partnerships
  • regime change
  • rights
  • social policy
  • South Asian politics
  • trade
  • war
 
 
We invite you to explore the research projects our students have completed!
 
See what Nadine, one of our Alumna, has to say about her experience in the program, and her research on global power dynamics.