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Political Science


Department of Political Science
  Spring, F
all, Fall/Winter & Winter 2017-18 Courses


as of June, 2017    (Note: This timetable is subject to change.)

 

Spring 2017
POL-2320-001 Gov’t-Bus Relations in Canada; DeRiviere; MTWTh 2:30-3:45, 3L08
GPOL-7385-050/POL-4385-050 ST in PA: Local Public Administration; Grace; TuTh 6:00-9:00 p.m., 2C14

Fall 2017 (half-courses)
POL-2320-001 Gov’t-Bus Relations in Canada; TBA, TuTh 4:00-5:15, 3L08
POL-3121-001 ST in GP: Terrorism & Counter-Terrorism, Narozhna, TuTh 10:00-11:15, 2M74
POL-3230-001 Canadian Political Thought; Mills; TuTh 11:30-12:45, 2C13
POL-3260-001 Liberalism & Social Democracy, Mills, TuTh 1:00-2:15, 2M74
POL-3315-050 Canadian Legal System; TBA; W 6:00-9:00 pm, 2M73
POL-3411-050 Indigenous People in Canada and the Law; TBA, Tu 6:00-9:00 pm, 4Cm13
POL-3460-001 Provincial Politics in Canada, TBA, MWF 1:30-2:20, 3C14
POL-3470-001 Comparative Federalism & Multilevel Governance, TBA, MWF 11:30-12:20, 2C13
POL-3520-050 Community Democracy in the Global Age; TBA, Monday 6:00-9:00 p.m., 3M62
POL-4121-002 ST Global Politics: Russia in Global Politics, Narozhna, Tu 2:30-5:15, 2C16
POL-4505-001 Politics of Urban Development, Moore, Th 2:30-5:15, 3M56

Fall/Winter 2017-18 (full courses)
POL-1011-001 Intro to PoliSci; Grace; MWF 9:30-10:20, 4M41
POL-1011-002 Intro to PoliSci; TBA; TuTh 11:30-12:45, 4M41
POL-1011-003 Intro to PoliSci; TBA; MWF 10:30-11:20, 1L11
POL-2100-001 Global Politics; Narozhna; TuTh 11:30-12:45, 2M73
POL/PHIL-2200-001 Social & Political Philosophy; Boucher, TuTh 8:30-9:45, 2M72
      This course is cross-listed with Philosophy.
POL-2300-050 Public Administration; TBA, Th 6:00-9:00, 1L11
POL-2400-001 Canadian Politics; Sampert; MWF 10:30-11:20, 4M41
POL-2500-001 City Politics; Moore, MW 2:30-3:45, 1C16A
POL-4215-001 Seminar in Political Thought, Boucher, W 2:30-5:15, 3C27              

Winter 2018 (half-courses)
POL-2320-002 Gov’t-Bus Relations in Canada; TBA; TuTh 4:00-5:15, 3L08
POL-2320-050 Gov’t-Bus Relations in Canada; TBA; Tu 6:00-9:00 p.m., 3L08
POL-3122-001 China in the Contemporary Global Politics, Silvius, F 2:30-5:15, 3M64
POL-3205-001 Reason and Revolution, Boucher, TuTh 11:30-12:45, 2C13
POL-3255-001 Liberals, Marxists, Anarchists; Ives; TuTh 1:00-2:15, 3C14
POL-3300-001 Public Policy Process, Moore, MW 4:00-5:15, 2M77
POL-3320-050 Women & the Law; TBA, W 6:00-9:00 pm, 3M69
POL-3400-050 Indigenous Politics in Canada; TBA, Th 6:00-9:00 pm, 3M69
POL-3415-050 Indigenous Justice & Canadian Law, TBA, Tu 6:00-9:00 pm, 3M62
POL-3455-050 Politics & the Mass Media; Sampert, Monday 6:00-9:00 pm, 1L07
POL-4100-001 Sem in Global Politics: Advanced Int’l Relations Theory, Narozhna, Tu 2:30-5:15, 2C16
POL-4121-001 ST in GP: Global Politics & Migration, Silvius, Th 2:30-5:15, 2C16
POL-4445-001 Politics of Racism in Canada; TBA, TuTh 8:30-9:45, 2C16


NOTE:  All 4000-level courses require departmental permission. 


Master in Public Administration (half-courses)
GPOL-7325-050(W) Seminar in Public Policy Issues: Housing Policy in Canada, TBA, M 6:00-9:00, 3M58
GPOL-7730-050(W) Public Finance for Policy Analysis, DeRiviere, Tu 6:00-9:00, 3M58
GPOL-7740-050(W) Quantitative Methods for Policy Analysis, DeRiviere, Th 6:00-9:00, 3M58
GPOL-7760-050(W) Capstone Seminar, Grace, W 6:00-9:00, 3M58
GPOL-7385-050(F) ST in PA: Regulation in Canada: Purpose & Consequences, TBA, M 6:00-9:00, 3M52


NOTE:  Students must be accepted into the MPA program in order to register for 7000-level courses.