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Thunder Bay • Orillia

Honours Bachelor of Arts (Political Science and Gender and Women's Studies Majors) (TB)

Four Year program
Political Science courses will be chosen in consultation with the Department of Political Science.

Students are required to take one-half FCE in Political Theory from: Political Science 2510, 3515, 3517, 4215, 4330, 4513.

Students are also required to take one-half FCE 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 FCE in Comparative Politics from: Political Science 2339, 3311, 3313, 3319, 3333, 3334, 3337, 3338, 3339, 3359, 3713, 4255, and 4311.

Students are also required to take one Political Science half FCE in Politics and Gender from:  Political Science 2111 and Political Science 3335.

 

First Year: 
(a) Gender and Women’s Studies 1100
(b) Political Science 1100
(c) One FCE from Type A courses (if Gender and Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Type B) or one FCE from Type B courses (if Gender and Women's Studies 1100 is counted as Type A)
(e) Two FCE electives

Second Year: 
(a) Political Science 2110
(b) Two FCEs in Political Science at the second year level
(c) One FCE in Gender and Women’s Studies Core Courses at the second year level
(d) One FCE in Gender and Women’s Studies Group 1 Courses
(e) One-half FCE elective

Third Year: 
(a) Gender and Women's Studies 3030
(b) Two FCEs in Political Science at the third year level
(c) One and one-half FCEs in Gender and Women's Studies Core Courses at the third year level
(d) One-half FCE elective
(e) Political Science 3351 or Gender and Women's Studies 2119

Fourth Year: 
(a) Gender and Women's Studies 4010
(b) Political Science 4110
(c) Two FCEs in Political Science at the fourth year level
(d) One-half FCE in Gender and Women's Studies Core Courses at the fourth year level
(e) One FCE in Gender and Women's Studies from Group 1 or Group 2 courses at the third or fourth year level
(f) One-half FCE elective

 

Note: 
1. Courses that are cross-calendared in Political Science and Gender and Women's Studies may only be counted towards one of the respective majors.

2. The Indigenous Content Requirement is met by taking 0.5 FCE chosen from Political Science 3351, or Gender and Women's Studies 2119.

3. Honours students who do not maintain a 70% average in their major may graduate with a 4-year BA (Gender and Women's Studies Major) degree. To qualify for the four-year bachelor's degree, an overall 60% weighted average in all courses in the major subject is required.