Political Science

Graduate Program Co-ordinator: Andrea Perrella, PhD

Program Information

Note on Courses Contained in Graduate Calendar

As far as possible, each program attempts to provide a full range of core courses and electives. However, every course listed in this Calendar is not available in every session or every year.

Students are encouraged to consult the program/department to inquire about course offerings each year.

Course Offerings
Course #TitleCredits
PO601 The Craft of Political Science 0.5
PO602 Applied Political Analysis 0.5
PO604 Understanding and Applying Public Policy Analysis 0.5
PO605 Applied Global Governance: Problems and Solutions 0.5
PO606 Managing Conflict and Cooperation in Canadian Politics 0.5
PO607 Normative Analysis: What Guides Our Political and Policy Choices? 0.5
PO608 Governance by Design: New Institutions for Changing Realities 0.5
PO609 Interpreting and Understanding Elections 0.5
PO610 Social Advocacy 0.5
PO611 Media Analysis for Politics and Policy in a Digital Age 0.5
PO612 Engagement with the Global South: Tools and Strategies 0.5
PO613 Navigating the Intersection of Politics, Policy and the Law 0.5
PO614 Political Parties: Money, Votes and Power 0.5
PO620 The Politics of Social Policy in an Era of Globalisation 0.5
PO621 Managing Borders and Boundaries in North America 0.5
PO626 Professional Skills for Political Science Students 0.5
PO627 Policy Research in Action 0.5
PO633 Public Opinion and Survey Design 0.5
PO640 The Age of Anger and the Rise of Populism 0.5
PO650 International Human Rights, the Law and Governance 0.5
PO681 Directed Research 0.5
PO690 Research Practicum 0.5
PO691 Seminar in Selected Problems 0.5
PO692 Seminar in Selected Topics 0.5
PO695 Major Research Project 1.0