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Honours BA (Philosophy and Political Science Majors) (TB)

Four Year program
Courses will be chosen in consultation with the Chair of the Department of Political Science. Students are required to take one half-course in Political Theory from: Political Science 2510, 3515, 3517, 4215, 4330, 4513. Students are also required to take one half-course in International Relations from: Political Science 2335, 2611, 2617, 3311, 3313, 3314, 3617, 3619, 4312, 4315, 4615. Students are also required to take one half-course in Comparative Politics from: Political Science 2339, 3311, 3313, 3319, 3333, 3334, 3337, 3338, 3339, 3359, 3713, 4255 and 4311.


First Year:
(a) One FCE in Philosophy at the first-year level
(b) Political Science 1100
(c) One FCE from Type A courses
(d) One FCE from Type B courses
(e) One FCE elective (see Note below concerning Type E course requirement)

Second Year:
(a) Philosophy 2614
(b) One and a half FCEs in Philosophy at the second year level
(c) Political Science 2110
(d) One and one half FCEs in Political Science
(e) One FCE elective

Third Year:
(a) Philosophy 3615
(b)One and a half FCEs in Philosophy at the third or fourth-year level
(c) Two FCEs in Political Science
(d) One FCE elective

Fourth Year:
(a) Political Science 4110
(b) One and one half FCEs in Philosophy at the fourth-year level
(c) One half FCE in Philosophy at the third or fourth-year level
(d) One and one half FCEs in Political Science at the fourth-year level
(e) One FCE in either Philosophy or Political Science at the fourth-year level

Notes:

Students are required to take a one half FCE Type E Indigenous Content course. This may be taken in any time during the 1st three years of study, and may be taken either as an elective or as part of another program requirement.

Students who have already taken POLI 2212 or POLI 2213 cannot take POLI 2110 for credit.