Politics and Governance Professional Table II
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).
A maximum of two (2) courses, marked with a dagger (†), can be used to satisfy 300-level Table II requirements.
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.
|POG 323||The Politics of International Development|
|POG 324||Global Political Economy|
|POG 327||Non-State Actor and Global Security|
|POG 328||Peace and Security in Asia|
|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|
Intensive Experiential Learning
|POG 490||Politics and Governance Topics|
|POG 498||Directed Research in Politics|
|POL 501†||Women, Power, and Politics|
|POL 507†||Power, Change and Technology|
|POL 510†||The Politics of Sexual Diversity|
|POL 511†||Well-being and Opportunity in Canada|
|POL 540†||Issues in Third World Politics|
|POL 588†||Neoliberalism and its Alternatives|
|POL 601†||Social Movements and Politics|
|POL 607†||Politics of Technology and Globalization|
|POL 609†||Global Justice|
|POL 613†||International Law for Human Protection|
|POL 620†||Sports and Politics|
|POL 688†||Colonialism and Imperialism|
|POL 720†||Canada in the Continent|
- With a course directive completed in advance, other Public Administration (PPA) courses may be substituted for Table II Professional courses at an equivalent level.