DEPARTMENT OF POLITICAL SCIENCE
The Department of Political Science is committed to helping students and the broader community understand and analyze issues of power, authority and governance that shape our lives and the lives of individuals around the world. Our faculty have teaching and research interests in a wide array of subjects within Political Science, with particular strengths in issues in global politics (such as conflict, democratization, development); law, justice and politics (such as human rights, judicial process, criminal justice); and Canadian and comparative policy and governance issues (such as environment, health, trade, local politics, e-governance).
Studying and discussing the key questions that confront political scientists can help students become better citizens while enhancing their analytical and communication skills. This background can help open the door to many future opportunities.
The Department of Political Science faculty are proud members of Canadian Political Science Association and Canadian Association of Programs in Public Administration.
If you have any questions about our programs, the University or the faculty in our Political Science department, please browse our website or contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org