About Political Science
Political Science is important to society because an educated citizenry is the best safeguard for democracy. Political Science is valuable for individuals who want to know more about the values, laws, institutions and policy mechanisms that govern their lives in society, and as well, the differences between their system of government and those in other countries.
Political Science is an especially useful preparation for students who wish to pursue careers in teaching, law, public service or business. There are many minor program opportunities to further these study areas.
PhD candidate John Mitton awarded the 2016 Journal of Military and Strategic Studies Annual Award of Excellence
John Mitton has been awarded first prize in the 2016 Journal of Military and Strategic Studies (JMSS) Annual Award of Excellence for his essay: "History, Science, and the Study of Rivalry in International Relations."
PhD Candidate John Mitton writes new article for OpenCanada
Read PhD Candidate John Mitton's latest article: "Alliances of Convenience: The implications of a regional strategy against ISIS."
How We Should Measure the Impact of War on Children
Shelly Whitman, Executive Director of Roméo Dallaire Child Soldiers Initiative, writes new article for The Huffington Post.
PhD candidate John Mitton challenges conventional wisdom about Obama's "red‑line" on Syria
Read John Mitton's latest article for the CDA Institute Blog: The Forum, "Re-Assessing Red Lines: What the conventional wisdom misses about the 2013 Chemical Weapons Crisis in Syria."
Dal News profiles Polticial Science major Jeremy Ryant
Whether it's in the swimming pool or the classroom, Jeremy Ryant has a competitor's drive to succeed — and a humanitarian's desire to help others.
- Spring Convocation
Watch convocation LIVE with the streaming Webcast
- The Arctic-Offshore Patrol Ship and its Future Operation in the Canadian North
CFPS workshop: June 5, 2015
- Out of the Archives: POLI 3525
Comparative Foreign Policy Simulation
- Seminar Series
Watch out for the upcoming Fall term seminars