Explore the notion of power, the key principles of living together and the differences between political regimes.
Political science examines the State, institutions, collective action, the distribution of resources, conflict resolution, the role of ideas, international relations and globalization on all political levels: local, regional, provincial, national and international. This program offers you solid training on pivotal issues such as citizenship, federalism, minorities, First Nations, political participation, political economy, public policy, globalization, ethics and democracy.
Why choose the School of Political Studies
Just steps from Parliament Hill, in the heart of the nation’s capital, the School benefits from a rich network of contacts developed by its professors and alumni. You get to study next door to the federal public service, which is not only an employer, but also a University partner and the subject of much University research.
Part of your learning experience
Open to many theoretical and methodological approaches, the School of Political Studies focuses on critical reflection and experiential learning both within and outside the classroom.
General admission requirements
|Ontario||English or Français 4U||mid 70s|
|Quebec – CEGEP||English (603) or Français (601)||mid 60s|
|Quebec – Secondary V||English or Français||82-84%|