Our small class sizes (particularly in the upper years) allow for fantastic one-on-one interaction with professors.
Our faculty members are renowned in their areas of expertise and many have authored award-winning books.
Political science is a good foundation for a career in varied fields such as government, law, journalism, and business. It also complements many other subjects, including economics, history, and international development studies.
We are the best place in Canada to study marine issues from an interdisciplinary perspective, including security, environmental, legal, and historical dimensions.
Our diverse range of courses allows you to study everything from municipal governments to foreign relations and global conflict.
We encourage undergraduate honours students to conduct independent research of their choice, while working closely with faculty members.
Our courses encourage you to discover the broad reach of the political world. Do politicians really connect with citizens by talking about sports? It's just one question our Sport and Politics course (POLI 3311) tackles.
A degree in political science can lead to much more than just politics. Ever thought about doing the Terry Fox Run in Ho Chi Minh City? A career in international business may allow you to do just that.