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Political Science 1100 Introduction to Political Science View Details
An introduction to the scope, concepts and methods of Political Science, including the institutional and social framework of political activity illustrated by reference to Canada and other political systems, and to the role of political ideas.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 1301 Introduction to Law View Details
An introduction to the fundamental concepts and notions related to law and legal systems which provides students with a background for subsequent courses in law. An examination of the types of law, the process of lawmaking, the organization of law-enforcement agencies, and the role of law as a method of conflict resolution. Examples will be drawn from Canadian as well as from other legal systems of the world. This course will also explain the primary issues related to the profession and practice of law.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Offering: 3-0; 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2110 Canadian Government and Politics View Details
Examines the development and practice of Canadian political institutions, especially the Prime Minister, Parliament, and the Courts. Also covers the interaction between the executive and the legislature, the role of interest groups and political parties in policy making, and the legal and political impact of the Charter of Rights and Freedoms
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have received previous credit in Political Science 2201, 2212 or 2213 may not take Political Science 2110 for credit. Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2111 Gender and Politics View Details
Using a range of theoretical and methodological approaches, this course examines theories about sex, sexuality, and gender as they apply to Canadian and international politics, including major legal, political, social, and economic developments. The course will explore the ways in which sex, sexuality, and gender-based theories, research, and political practice interact with key political concepts such as the public-private distinction, contract, rights, justice, colonialism, identity, and theories of power.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Only open to students in their second year or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2311 Criminal Law View Details
A study of the Canadian Criminal Code, rules of evidence and sentencing. The course will draw on recent court decisions and procedures.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2313 Human Rights and Civil Liberties View Details
The study of human rights with emphasis on Canadian civil liberties, the Bill of Rights and constitutional developments. The course will also examine civil liberties, human rights and minority group protection in an international context.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2335 Politics, Government and Society in the United States View Details
An examination of American political institutions and political culture, the relationship between government and society, the policy process and selected policy issues. Attention will be paid to America's world role and its relationship with Canada.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 2305 may not take Political Science 2335 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2339 Comparative Politics View Details
The student is introduced to the study of the domestic institutions and processes of countries other than Canada. Themes may include: research methods and theories in comparative politics, political institutions such as the administrative, executive, legislative and judiciary branches of government, processes such as elections, decision-making, policy-making, political issues, behavior and culture, social cleavages and social movements. Area studies are drawn from the First, Second and Third Worlds.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2410 Mass Media and Politics View Details
The relationship between politics and media and the interaction between government, society and varying media styles and modes of presentation. The course will cover print, radio and television as well as film and Internet media, focusing primarily on Canadian media experiences.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Media Studies 2411
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2510 Ancient and Medieval Political Thought View Details
The contribution of Classical and Medieval thinkers to the development of ideas about political practice in the West will be studied. The primary goal is to acquaint the student with the variety of opinion around such subjects as community, society, law and justice, and power. Students will also be encouraged to challenge the assumptions of these thinkers with regard to a wide variety of "modern" political perspectives such as technology and media, gender, and post-modernism.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 2520 may not take Political Science 2510 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2555 Approaches to Public Policy View Details
The course content will impart a basic understanding of a range of different approaches used to study public policy. Each approach identifies key concepts, defines the method of study, and states the explanations they provide. The course provides the basic conceptual foundation for advanced courses in public policy. Students will become capable of critically discussing the merits of the different approaches to studying public policy, and of situating current policy events within this field of competing theories.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2611 World Politics View Details
A study of the changing structure of world politics with reference to theories, concepts, and case studies in international relations.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 2617 International Law and Organizations View Details
An examination of the development of international organizations, such as The League of Nations, the U.N. and its agencies. This course also analyzes the sources of international laws and their significance in international relations. Topics include: diplomacy, recognition, state succession, jurisdiction, treaties, extradition, and nationality.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3101 Directed Reading View Details
A reading and research course intended for students with special interests and abilities. Students will meet with an appropriate professor for tutorials throughout the year. *Before registering in this course students must obtain the written permission of the professor who will direct their work, as well as the permission of the Department Chair.
Credit Weight: 1.0
Prerequisite(s): Permission of the Chair of the Department
Special Topic: Yes
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3111 African Politics View Details
An examination of contemporary political developments and processes on the African continent in relation to the state, society, and political life as well as the historical and contemporary forces that shape politics on the continent and its situation in the world.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Political Science 1100

Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher. Students who have already taken Political Science 3313 cannot take Political Science 3111 without the permission of the Chair of the Department of Political Science.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3113 Law and Politics of the Family View Details
A survey of family law in Canada including the political issues and controversies.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 2315 may not take Political Science 3113 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3215 Ontario Politics View Details
An examination of political institutions, political processes and political behaviour in Ontario.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3217 Local Government in Canada View Details
An analysis of theories of local government, the evolution and structure of local government, and the political and administrative functioning of local governments. Special attention will be paid to local government in northwestern Ontario.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3250 The Politics of Food View Details
Designed to explore the global politics of food and its impact on the understanding of food security and food sovereignty, this course will focus attention on the political effects of food action and policy in Canada and more specifically on the development of community interests and services around food security.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3311 Third World Politics and Society View Details
A theoretical study of the politics of change in the Third World: the mechanisms of change, the political tasks of new states, ideology, reform and revolution, the international context of development.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3313 Third World Area Studies View Details
An examination of the contemporary politics in one of the areas of the Third World: Asia, Africa, or Latin America. The major institutions, degree of democratization and the role of the political system in promoting economic development are analyzed. Topics which may be explored are: historical background, colonial experience, nationalism and nation-building, nature and extent of pluralism, government structures, party systems, role of the army and the transition to democracy.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3314 Global Terrorism View Details
The global trends in terrorism and the specific controversies relating to the definition of terrorism will be examined. Students will comparatively analyze the various types of terrorism, both past and present, and explore the future patterns and potentialities of terrorism, in order to prepare recommendations for facing international terrorism. In this manner, students will develop a clear understanding of the extraordinarily complex world of terrorism.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3319 Comparative Public Policy View Details
An examination of selected public policy issues, particularly those connected to the economy, the welfare state, and the labour market, in advanced industrial countries. Attention will be paid to the identification and explanation of variations in the policy profiles of these countries.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3331 Law and Politics: Special Topics View Details
An examination of a selected topic in law and politics. Issues to be examined will vary according to the interests of the students and the instructor. May be taken more than twice provided that the special topics are different.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3332 Environmental Policy View Details
Designed to provide a comparative understanding of how environmental policy is formulated in Canada and throughout the Western Hemisphere. Students will also comparatively examine what policy tools are available in environmental management and new frameworks of decision-making.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Environmental Studies 3332
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3333 Comparative Study of Industrialized States of Europe View Details
A study of the domestic policies of selected European industrialized states such as France, the UK, Germany, Italy and others. Specific countries studied varies from year to year. Topics include elections, parties, institutions, policies, issues, Constitutions and laws.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Only open to students in their second year or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3334 Comparative Study of Industrialized States Outside Europe View Details
A study of the domestic policies of selected industrialized states outside Europe, such as Australia, Japan, New Zealand and others. Specific countries studied varies from year to year. Topics include elections, parties, institutions, policies, issues, Constitutions and laws.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Only open to students in their second year or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3335 Political Tactics View Details
A survey of political tactics used by actors in the political system, especially individual and small group tactics, and the tactical thinking of oppressed groups, including gender. The student uses exercises and case studies to learn about political tactics. Among the topics included in the course are: legal and judicial tactics, electoral tactics, and tactics involving the media and public relations. Tactics used to pressure the executive, legislative, administrative and local branches of government or large organizations are also included.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Only open to students in their second year or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3337 Canadian Federalism View Details
An examination of the evolution of Canadian federalism from 1867 to present. Topics include the impact of judicial review on the degree of centralization, the financial arrangements which link federal and provincial governments, proposals, for senate reform, and the issue of Quebec's possible secession.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3338 Comparative Federalism View Details
An examination of federal states including United States, Australia, Switzerland and Germany. The role of upper houses, amending formulas, financial arrangements, attempts to use federalism to accommodate linguistic minorities will be considered. Some comparisons will be made with Canada.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3339 Comparative Health Policy View Details
During the 20th century, health policies made significant impacts on the well-being of citizens all over the world. This lecture and seminar course looks at the development of health policies from a comparative perspective. Beginning with the Canadian health care system, the course examines the evolution of health policies in advanced industrial and modernizing societies. Lectures explore variations in determinants of health, policy responses, societal impacts, options and proposed reforms. Special attention is paid to issues of cost, access and quality of care.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3351 Indigenous Peoples and the Law View Details
An examination of the unique legal position of Indigenous Peoples in Canada with particular emphasis on the political, economic and social impact of the law. Topics to be dealt with include: International Law and Indigenous people, Indigenous identity in Canada, the nature of Aboriginal title, the scope of Indigenous rights, pre- and post-confederation treaties (particular emphasis on treaties in northwestern Ontario), land claim negotiations (specific and comprehensive land claims), self government, constitutional developments, and the nature of amendments to the Indian Act.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Cross-List(s): Indigenous Learning 3351
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications:
  • Type B: Social Sciences
  • Type E: Indigenous Content

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Political Science 3359 Women in Developing Countries View Details
A survey of the public and private positions that women occupy in the developing world. Emphasis will be placed on the comparative political, social and cultural definitions of gender and equality as they are described and discussed in developing countries.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3515 Political Thought and Contemporary Issues View Details
An examination of selected problems in the relationship between contemporary political ideas and current political concerns. The topics selected are designed to stimulate dialogue and debate about the political problems of the modern world.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3517 Modern Political Thought View Details
A study and evaluations of trends in modern political thought. The topics and themes of the course will reflect the ideas of a selection of modern and contemporary political theorists.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3519 Special Topics View Details
Subject matter to be determined by needs and interests of participating students and faculty.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3617 Foreign Policy Decision-Making View Details
An examination of theories, patterns and problems in foreign policy decision-making. Attention is given to state and non-state actors in the domestic as well as the external environment. Topics include: theories of decision-making, institutional framework for initiation and execution of foreign policy, instruments of foreign policy, analysis and impact of foreign policy formulations, challenges and prospects.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3619 Foreign Policies of the Major Powers View Details
The foreign policies of the world major powers, U.S.A., Russia, Japan, China, Germany, Britain, Canada and France are introduced through the presentation of models and case studies. The broad context within which the foreign policies of these major powers are made, the national style that distinguishes each of these powers, the forces and institutions that make foreign policy, and the process by which policy is made. The course concludes with a discussion of alternative futures open to these different nations.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3711 Public Administration View Details
An analysis of modern theories of organization and bureaucracy and comparative policy processes. These theories and processes will be considered within the context of Canada, Britain and the United States. The crucial role of civil servants in the policy-making process and as innovators in developmental change will be examined.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 3713 Canadian Public Administration View Details
An analysis of organizational, legal and personnel arrangements in the Canadian federal bureaucracy and selected provincial bureaucracies.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 0-0; 3-0
Notes: Open only to students in their second year level or higher.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4110 Research Methodology View Details
Both qualitative and quantitative approaches to political research are analyzed with emphasis on research design, covering topics such as specifying research problems, structuring social-scientific inquiries, designing questionnaires, and collecting data. Other topics will include organizing and analyzing quantitative and qualitative data using computer applications.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4111 Honours Thesis Preparation View Details
Preparation for the writing of a full thesis for which adequate supervision is available within the department. The subject will be chosen in conjunction with the department and one or more member(s) of the department will be appointed supervisor(s). Tasks include a thesis proposal, literature review, and thesis chapter.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Permission of the Chair of the Department of Political Science and a 75% overall average in Political Science courses.

Offering: 3-0 or 3-0
Notes: Must register via paper registration.
Course Classifications:
  • Type A: Humanities
  • Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4112 Honours Thesis View Details
The production of a full thesis. Furthers work begun in Political Science 4111. The subject will be chosen in conjunction with the department, and one or more member(s) of the department will be appointed supervisor(s). Dependent on faculty availability.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

75% in Political Science 4111, permission of the Chair of the Department of Political Science, and 75% overall average in Political Science Courses.

Offering: 3-0 or 3-0
Notes: Must register via paper registration
Course Classifications:
  • Type A: Humanities
  • Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4113 The Politics of Incarceration View Details
An examination of the theory and practice of mass incarceration. The gradual transformations of prison systems throughout the globe and mass incarceration have become important political tendency throughout the world. The purpose of the seminar is to study the implications of these trends and to discuss global patterns, national variations and historical transformations in punishment regimes and the politics behind prison-industrial complex system.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s):

Open to second year students and above.

Cross-List(s): Criminology 4113
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type A: Humanities

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Political Science 4150 Selected Topics in Law View Details
An examination of selected key contemporary issues in the areas of Law and Legal Studies. Issues to be examined will vary according to the interests of the students and the instructor.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A half-course in Law and Politics
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4213 Politics in the Canadian North View Details
An analysis of politics in the Canadian territorial and provincial north. Comparisons will be made with other countries of the circumpolar north.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Cross-List(s): Northern Studies 4213/Indigenous Learning 4213
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 4203 may not take Political Science 4213 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4215 Canadian Political Thought View Details
A survey and analysis of the history of Canadian political ideas. The course will survey a variety of subjects including federalism, toryism, continentalism and a number of important Canadian thinkers including George Grant and Harold Innis.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4217 Constitutional Politics in Canada View Details
Analysis of Canada's constitutional evolution and of the factors promoting and inhibiting constitutional change.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Political Science 2212 or 2213 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; 0-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4255 Canadian Public Policy View Details
A survey of existing frameworks for the study of public policy and an examination of the formation, implementation and impact of policies in selected fields.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 4205 may not take Political Science 4255 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4311 Selected Problems in Comparative Politics View Details
An analysis of the differences among industrial states. Topics may include parties, interest groups, institutions, processes, political economy, national and regional integration, public policy, and others.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 4301 may not take Political Science 4311 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4315 Security and Conflict Resolution View Details
An analysis of security and conflict resolution mechanisms from a variety of perspectives. A consideration of classical and contemporary research and options on the cases of conflict. Topics include: approaches to conflict, causes of war escalation, arms control and types of mediation practices. Case studies of conflict include: The Gulf War, the Balkans, Iran-Iraq War, Palestine/Israel, and Afghanistan.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4335 Political Strategy View Details
An introduction to the process of developing and implementing political strategy using analysis and case studies. The student uses analysis and case studies to examine each of the steps in the development of political strategy. These steps include research, identifying opportunities and issues, searching for options, estimating outcomes, choosing strategies and choosing tactics. The course focuses on several types of actors in the political system.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4513 Contemporary Political Thought View Details
A critical appraisal of recent trends in normative and empirical theory.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 4503 cannot take Political Science 4513 for credit.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4555 Politics of Public Policy View Details
Students are equipped with analytical insights into the politics of policy-making. The course content will focus on the strategic context of politics that often shapes the environment of public policy itself, seeking to answer questions such as: How do we study the multiple political factors that produce various outcomes/patterns of public policies? Do leftist and rightist parties have a different impact on policy outcome? Do policy-makers' paradigms have an effect on major choices in social or economic policy? Do some structures of party competition facilitate unpopular cutbacks of social benefits?
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Political Science 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4615 Global Political Economy View Details
An examination of theoretical and practical issues in global political economy. Topics include: theories of international political economy, economic reforms, multinational corporations, technology transfer, economic development and cultural change, patterns of trade and trade blocs, environmentalism, the external debt crisis of developing countries and the economic stabilization programs supported by the International Monetary Fund.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4711 New Public Management View Details
Students will be able to understand the development of the new management philosophy and the attendant wave of public sector reforms that has swept across most governments around the industrialized world, with a particular focus on Canada, since the 1980s. The course content examines the distinction between traditional public administration and the new paradigm of managerialism by addressing issues such as privatization, public-private partnership, alternative service delivery, budgetary reforms, human resources management, performance management, and accountability.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): Political Science 1100 or permission of the instructor
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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Political Science 4911 Special Topics View Details
Subject matter to be determined by needs and interests of participating students and faculty.
Credit Weight: 0.5
Prerequisite(s): A course in Political Science or permission of the instructor
Special Topic: Yes
Offering: 3-0; or 3-0
Notes: Students who have previous credit in Political Science 4901 may not take a course section of Political Science 4911 with the same topic.
Course Classifications: Type B: Social Sciences

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