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Students must complete 10 courses from Table II, a minimum of 5 of these must be at the 400-level (i.e. POG 400-499).

NOTE: Every course will not be offered every semester. Students may opt for depth by selecting courses within thematic categories, or may opt for breadth by sampling broadly across those categories.

Canadian

POG 310 Provincial Politics
POG 313 The Politics of Race and Ethnicity
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
POG 410 Canadian Urban Politics
POG 416 The Politics of Canadian Federalism
POG 417 Canadian-American Relations

Policy

 

POG 316 Social Policy
POG 317 Education Politics and Policy
POG 411 Canadian Foreign Policy
POG 412 Government and the Economy
POG 415 Environmental Politics and Policy

 

 

Global

 

POG 323 The Politics of International Development
POG 324 Global Political Economy
POG 423 Nationalism and Identity
POG 424 Human Rights and Global Politics
POG 425 Regional Economic and Political Integration
POG 426 Global Conflict and Peace
POG 427 Women, War, and Peace

 

 

Comparative

 

POG 440 Indigenous Governance/Justice
POG 442 Women and Comparative Politics
POG 443 Global Cities
POG 444 Politics, Media and Technology
POG 446 Voters, Elections, and Parties

 

 

Theory

 

POG 430 Contemporary Political Thought
POG 431 Power, Domination and Resistance

 

 

Unclassified

POG 490 Politics and Governance Topics
POG 498 Directed Research in Politics
POG 499 Field Experience

NOTE:

  1. With advance written approval of the Department, Public Administration (PPA) courses may be substituted for Table II Professional courses at an equivalent level.
  2. With advance written approval of the Department, Upper Level Politics (POL) liberal studies courses may be substituted for Table II Professional courses at the 300-level (i.e. POG 300 - 399).