International Relations & Conflict

FIRST YEAR 

  • PAPM1000: Introduction to Public Affairs and Policy Management [1.0]

  • ECON1000: Introduction to Economies [1.0]

PSCI [1.0 from the following]

  • PSCI2003: Canadian Political Institution [0.5]

  • PSCI2002: Canadian Political Environment [0.5]

    or

  • PSCI2101: Comparative Politics of the Global North [0.5]

  • PSCI2102: Comparative Politics of the Global South [0.5

HIST [1.0 from the following]

  • HIST1002: European in the 20th Century [1.0]

  • HIST1300: The Making of Canada [1.0]

  • HIST1707: World History [1.0]

  • HIST 2301: Canadian Political History [0.5]

  • HIST 2311: Environmental History of Canada [0.5]

  • INDG 1010: Introduction to Indigenous Peoplehood Studies [0.5]

  • INDG 1011: Introduction to Indigenous-Settler Encounters [0.5]

FREN or free elective [1.0]

SECOND YEAR

  • PAPM2000: Policy Process [1.0]

  • PSCI2701: Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • PSCI2702: Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • LAWS2601: Public International Law [0.5]

  • LAWS3604: International Organizations [0.5]

1.0 from the following [must take one PSCI & one ECON]:

  • ECON3601: Introduction to International Trade [0.5]

  • ECON3602: International Monetary Problems [0.5]

  • PSCI2601: International Relations: Global Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI2602: International Relations: Global Political Economy [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

THIRD YEAR

  • PAPM3000: Policy Research [1.0]

  • BUSI3602: Designing Organizational Systems [0.5]

  • INAF3001: Understanding Policy in a Global Context [0.5]

  • INAF3002: Applied Policy in a Global Context [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3603: Strategic Thought and International Security [0.5]

  • PSCI3605: Comparative Study of Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3606: Canadian Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3607: North American Security and Defense Policy [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • ECON3804: Environmental Economics [0.5]

  • ECON3808: The Economics of Transition [0.5]

  • GEOG3024: Understanding Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3217: Empire and Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3304: Canada-United States Relations [0.5]

  • HIST3306: Canada's International Policies [0.5]

  • HIST3400: U.S. Foreign Policy since 1941 [0.5]

  • HIST3800: International History (1914-41) [0.5]

  • HIST3801: International History (1941-90) [0.5]

  • HIST3905: Topics in International History [0.5]

  • HUMR3401: Histories of Persecution and Genocide [0.5]

  • HUMR3504: Public Health and Human Rights [0.5]

  • LAWS3208: International Trade Regulation [0.5]

  • LAWS3602: International Human Rights [0.5]

  • LAWS3604: International Organizations [0.5]

  • PSCI3101: Politics of War in Africa [0.5]

  • PSCI3105: Politics of Development of China [0.5]

  • PSCI3107: The Causes of War [0.5]

  • PSCI3207: The Government and Politics of European Integration [0.5]

  • PSCI3209: Reconstruction and Transformation in Europe and Eurasia [0.5]

  • PSCI3600: International Institutions [0.5]

  • PSCI3601: Theories of International Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI3605: Comparative Study of Foreign Polciy [0.5]

  • PSCI3606: Canadian Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3702: Israeli-Palestinian Relations [0.5]

  • PSCI3703: Governing in the Global Economy [0.5]

  • PSCI3801: Environmental Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI3802: Globalization [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

FOURTH YEAR

  • PAPM4000: Capstone Seminar [0.5]

  • PAPM4908: Honours Research Essay [1.0]

  • INAF4101: Topics in Conflict and Conflict Management [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • LAWS4105: Global Justice Theory [0.5]

  • LAWS4106: Law and Violence [0.5]

  • LAWS4606: International Law of Armed Conflict [0.5]

  • PSCI4505: Transitions to Democracy [0.5]

  • PSCI4800: Advanced International Relations Theory [0.5]

  • PSCI4801: Selected Problems in Global Politics [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • ECON3804: Environmental Economics [0.5]

  • ECON3808: The Economics of Transition [0.5]

  • EURR4008: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Eastern and Central Europe [0.5]

  • EURR4107: Russia's Regional and Global Ambitions [0.5]

  • EURR4208: Foreign Policies of Soviet Successor States [0.5]

  • GEOG3024: Understanding Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3217: Empire and Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3304: Canada-United States Relations [0.5]

  • HIST3306: Canada's International Policies [0.5]

  • HIST3400: U.S. Foreign Policy since 1941 [0.5]

  • HIST3800: International History (1914-41) [0.5]

  • HIST3801: International History (1941-90) [0.5]

  • HIST3905: Topics in International History [0.5]

  • HUMR3401: Histories of Persecution and Genocide [0.5]

  • HUMR3504: Public Health and Human Rights [0.5]

  • INAF4201: Topics in Security and Intelligence [0.5]

  • INAF4301: Topics in Rights and Human Development [0.5]

  • INAF4401: Topics in Global Economic Relations [0.5]

  • LAWS3208: International Trade Regulation [0.5]

  • LAWS3602: International Human Rights [0.5]

  • LAWS3604: International Organizations [0.5]

  • LAWS4105: Global Justice Theory [0.5]

  • LAWS4601: Transnational Law and Human Rights [0.5]

  • LAWS4603: Transitional Justice [0.5]

  • LAWS4605: Topics in International Law [0.5]

  • LAWS4606: International Law of Armed Conflict [0.5]

  • LAWS4610: Special Topics in Transnational Law and Human Rights [0.5]

  • PSCI3101: Politics of War in Africa [0.5]

  • PSCI3105: Politics of Development of China [0.5]

  • PSCI3107: The Causes of War [0.5]

  • PSCI3207: The Government and Politics of European Integration [0.5]

  • PSCI3209: Reconstruction and Transformation in Europe and Eurasia [0.5]

  • PSCI3600: International Institutions [0.5]

  • PSCI3601: Theories of International Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI3605: Comparative Study of Foreign Polciy [0.5]

  • PSCI3606: Canadian Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3702: Israeli-Palestinian Relations [0.5]

  • PSCI3703: Governing in the Global Economy [0.5]

  • PSCI3801: Environmental Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI3802: Globalization [0.5]

  • PSCI4207: Globalization, Adjustment and Democracy in Africa [0.5]

  • PSCI4500: Gender and Globalization [0.5]

  • PSCI4504: Politics of the Caucus and Capsian Basin [0.5]

  • PSCI4601: Foreign Policies of Soviet Successor States [0.5]

  • PSCI4603: Analysis of International Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI4604: Selected Problems in International Political Economy [0.5]

  • PSCI4608: European Integration and European Security [0.5]

  • PSCI4800: Advanced International Relations Theory [0.5]

  • PSCI4801: Selected Problems in Global Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI4802: International Politics of Africa [0.5]

  • PSCI4803: Foreign Policies of Major East Asian Powers [0.5]

  • PSCI4805: Political Economy of Global Money and Finance [0.5]

  • PSCI4807: Migration and Mobility: Politics of Citizenship and Identity [0.5]

  • PSCI4808: Global Environmental Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI4817: International Politics of Forced Migration [0.5]

  • PSCI4818:

Free elective [1.0]

Security & Intelligence

FIRST YEAR 

  • PAPM1000: Introduction to Public Affairs and Policy Management [1.0]

  • ECON1000: Introduction to Economies [1.0]

PSCI [1.0 from the following]

  • PSCI2003: Canadian Political Institution [0.5]

  • PSCI2002: Canadian Political Environment [0.5]

    or

  • PSCI2101: Comparative Politics of the Global North [0.5]

  • PSCI2102: Comparative Politics of the Global South [0.5

HIST [1.0 from the following]

  • HIST1002: European in the 20th Century [1.0]

  • HIST1300: The Making of Canada [1.0]

  • HIST1707: World History [1.0]

  • HIST 2301: Canadian Political History [0.5]

  • HIST 2311: Environmental History of Canada [0.5]

  • INDG 1010: Introduction to Indigenous Peoplehood Studies [0.5]

  • INDG 1011: Introduction to Indigenous-Settler Encounters [0.5]

FREN or free elective [1.0]

SECOND YEAR

  • PAPM2000: Policy Process [1.0]

  • PSCI2701: Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • PSCI2702: Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science [0.5]

  • LAWS2601: Public International Law [0.5]

  • LAWS3604: International Organizations [0.5]

1.0 from the following [must take one PSCI & one ECON]:

  • ECON3601: Introduction to International Trade [0.5]

  • ECON3602: International Monetary Problems [0.5]

  • PSCI2601: International Relations: Global Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI2602: International Relations: Global Political Economy [0.5]

Free elective [1.0]

THIRD YEAR

  • PAPM3000: Policy Research [1.0]

  • BUSI3602: Designing Organizational Systems [0.5]

  • INAF3001: Understanding Policy in a Global Context [0.5]

  • INAF3002: Applied Policy in a Global Context [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3603: Strategic Thought and International Security [0.5]

  • PSCI3605: Comparative Study of Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3606: Canadian Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3607: North American Security and Defense Policy [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • HIST3217: Empire and Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3304: Canada-United States Relations [0.5]

  • HIST3306: Canada's International Policies [0.5]

  • HIST3400: U.S. Foreign Policy since 1941 [0.5]

  • HIST3800: International History (1914-41) [0.5]

  • HIST3801: International History (1941-90) [0.5]

  • HIST3905: Topics in International History [0.5[

  • PSCI3107: The Causes of War [0.5]

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3603: Strategic Thought and International Security [0.5]

  • PSCI3607: North American Security and Defence Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3802 Globalization and Human Rights [0.5]

  • Free elective [1.0]

FOURTH YEAR

  • PAPM4000: Capstone Seminar [0.5]

  • PAPM4908: Honours Research Essay [1.0]

  • INAF4201: Topics in Security and Intelligence [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • LAWS4106: Law and Violence [0.5]

  • LAWS4309:

  • LAWS4606: International Law of Armed Conflict [0.5]

  • PSCI4008: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Eastern and Central Europe [0.5]

  • PSCI4801: Selected Problems in Global Politics [0.5]

1.0 from the following:

  • EURR4008: Nationalism and Ethnic Conflict in Eastern and Central Europe [0.5]

  • EURR4104:

  • EURR4107: Russia's Regional and Global Ambitions [0.5]

  • EURR4208: Foreign Policies of Soviet Successor States [0.5]

  • GEOG3024: Understanding Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3217: Empire and Globalization [0.5]

  • HIST3304: Canada-United States Relations [0.5]

  • HIST3306: Canada's International Policies [0.5]

  • HIST3400: U.S. Foreign Policy since 1941 [0.5]

  • HIST3800: International History (1914-41) [0.5]

  • HIST3801: International History (1941-90) [0.5]

  • HIST3905: Topics in International History [0.5]

  • HUMR4402:

  • INAF4101: Topics in Conflicts and Conflict Management [0.5]

  • INAF4301: Topics in Rights and Human Development [0.5]

  • INAF4401: Topics in Global Economic Relations [0.5]

  • LAWS4102: Controversies in Rights Theory [0.5]

  • LAWS4106: Law and Violence [0.5]

  • LAWS4304: Policing and Social Surveillance [0.5]

  • LAWS4309: State Security & Dissent [0.5]

  • LAWS4601: Transnational Law and Human Rights [0.5]

  • LAWS4605: Topics in International Law [0.5]

  • LAWS4606: International Law of Armed Conflict [0.5]

  • LAWS4610: Special Topics in Transnational Law and Human Rights [0.5]

  • PSCI3107: The Causes of War [0.5]

  • PSCI3405: Comparative Public Policy Analysis [0.5]

  • PSCI3603: Strategic Thought and International Security [0.5]

  • PSCI3607: North American Security and Defence Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI3802: Globalization [0.5]

  • PSCI4008: National Security and Intelligence in the Modern State [0.5]

  • PSCI4601: Foreign Policies of Soviet Successor States [0.5]

  • PSCI4606: American Foreign Policy [0.5]

  • PSCI4608: European Integration and European Security [0.5]

  • PSCI4800: Advanced International Relations Theory [0.5]

  • PSCI4801: Selected Problems in Global Politics [0.5]

  • PSCI4803: Foreign Policies of Major East Asian Powers [0.5]

  • PSCI4806:

Free elective [1.0]