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  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Arts (Combined Honours) in Economics and Political Science
  • Course description
    Economics and Political Science
    B.A. Combined Honours
    (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Economics Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       1. 1.0 credit from ECON 1000 [1.0] or FYSM 1003 [1.0];
       2. 5.5 credits in: ECON 2002, ECON 2003, ECON 2102, ECON 2103, ECON 2201, ECON 2200, ECON 2400, ECON 4200, ECON 4201, ECON 4900 [1.0];
       3. 0.5 credit in ECON at the 4000-level.

       2. Credits Included in the Political Science Major CGPA (7.0 credits):

       4. 1.0 credit in PSCI at the 1000-level, or FYSM 1602;
       5. 2.0 credits in PSCI 2300 [1.0], PSCI 2701 and PSCI 2702;
       6. 2.0 credits in courses in Canadian Government and Politics and/or Comparative Politics and International Relations, of which at least 1.0 credit is at the 3000-level or above;
       7. 2.0 credits at the 4000-level which may be satisfied by either:
             1. 2.0 credits in 4000-level PSCI seminars, or
             2. PSCI 4908 [1.0] and 1.0 credit from 4000-level PSCI seminars.

       3. Credits Not Included in Either Major CGPA (6.0 credits):

       8. 1.0 credit in MATH 1009 and MATH 1119;
       9. 4.0 credits in electives not in ECON or PSCI;
      10. 1.0 credit free elective;

       4. Additional Requirements:

      11. The Political Science Departmental language requirement must be satisfied.

    • PSCI 1000 - Introduction to Political Science
    • PSCI 1001 - Great Political Questions
    • PSCI 1002 - Global Political Issues
    • PSCI 1003 - North American Politics
    • PSCI 2001 - Introduction à la politique canadienne
    • PSCI 2002 - Canadian Political Environment
    • PSCI 2003 - Canadian Political Institutions
    • PSCI 2101 - Comparative Politics of Industrialized States
    • PSCI 2102 - Comparative Politics of Development and Underdevelopment
    • PSCI 2200 - Introduction to U.S. Politics
    • PSCI 2300 - History of Political Thought
    • PSCI 2401 - Public Affairs Analysis
    • PSCI 2500 - Gender and Politics
    • PSCI 2601 - International Relations: Global Politics
    • PSCI 2602 - International Relations: Global Political Economy
    • PSCI 2701 - Introduction to Research Methods in Political Science
    • PSCI 2702 - Quantitative Research Methods in Political Science
    • PSCI 3000 - Canadian Provincial Politics
    • PSCI 3003 - Canadian Urban Politics
    • PSCI 3004 - Political Parties and Elections in Canada
    • PSCI 3005 - Ontario Government and Politics
    • PSCI 3006 - Social Power in Canadian Politics
    • PSCI 3007 - Constitutional Politics in Canada
    • PSCI 3100 - Politics of Development in Africa
    • PSCI 3101 - Politics of War in Africa
    • PSCI 3102 - Politics of Development of China
    • PSCI 3103 - State, Society and Economy in Northeast Asia
    • PSCI 3105 - Imperialism
    • PSCI 3107 - The Causes of War
    • PSCI 3108 - Politics of Popular Culture
    • PSCI 3109 - The Politics of Law and Morality
    • PSCI 3200 - U.S. Constitutional Politics
    • PSCI 3203 - Government and Politics in the Middle East
    • PSCI 3204 - Politics of Latin America
    • PSCI 3205 - Mexican Politics
    • PSCI 3206 - The Government and Politics of Western Europe
    • PSCI 3207 - The Government and Politics of European Integration
    • PSCI 3208 - Reform and Political Change in the Russian Federation
    • PSCI 3209 - Politics, Sovereignty and Identity in Russia and the Soviet Successor States
    • PSCI 3210 - Electoral Politics in the U.S.
    • PSCI 3300 - Politics and Literature
    • PSCI 3302 - Comparative Political Thought
    • PSCI 3303 - Feminist Political Theory
    • PSCI 3305 - Canadian Political Ideas
    • PSCI 3307 - Politics of Human Rights
    • PSCI 3308 - Modern Political Thought
    • PSCI 3309 - Modern Ideologies
    • PSCI 3311 - History of Muslim Political Thought
    • PSCI 3401 - Canadian Public Administration
    • PSCI 3402 - Canadian Public Policy
    • PSCI 3404 - Comparative Public Administration
    • PSCI 3405 - Comparative Public Policy Analysis
    • PSCI 3406 - Public Affairs and Media Strategies
    • PSCI 3407 - Public Opinion and Public Policy
    • PSCI 3409 - Comparative Politics of Social Welfare
    • PSCI 3500 - Gender and Politics: Liberal Democracies
    • PSCI 3502 - Gender and Politics: Developing Countries
    • PSCI 3600 - International Institutions
    • PSCI 3601 - Theories of International Politics
    • PSCI 3603 - Strategic Thought and International Security
    • PSCI 3605 - Comparative Study of Foreign Policy
    • PSCI 3606 - Canadian Foreign Policy
    • PSCI 3607 - North American Security and Defence Policy
    • PSCI 3700 - Government and Politics of South Asia
    • PSCI 3701 - Government and Politics of South-East Asia
    • PSCI 3702 - Peace and Conflict in the Middle East
    • PSCI 3703 - Governing in the Global Economy
    • PSCI 3704 - Post-Communist Transformation in East/Central Europe
    • PSCI 3705 - East/Central Europe and the European Union
    • PSCI 3709 - Ancient and Medieval Political Thought
    • PSCI 3801 - Environmental Politics
    • PSCI 3802 - Globalization and Human Rights
    • PSCI 3805 - Politics of Race
    • PSCI 3809 - Selected Topics in Political Science
    • PSCI 3900 - Études dirigées
    • PSCI 3901 - Cooperative Work Term 1
    • PSCI 3902 - Cooperative Work Term 2
    • PSCI 3903 - Cooperative Work Term 3
    • PSCI 3904 - Cooperative Work Term 4
    • PSCI 3905 - Washington Center Internship
    • PSCI 4000 - Topics in Canadian Government and Politics
    • PSCI 4002 - Policy Seminar: Problems of Northern Development
    • PSCI 4003 - Politics and the Media
    • PSCI 4005 - Stability, Justice and Federalism
    • PSCI 4006 - Legislatures and Representation in Canada
    • PSCI 4008 - National Security and Intelligence in the Modern State
    • PSCI 4009 - Quebec Politics
    • PSCI 4103 - The Modern State
    • PSCI 4104 - Theory and Practice in Third World Development
    • PSCI 4105 - Selected Problems in Third World Development
    • PSCI 4107 - Political Participation in Canada
    • PSCI 4108 - Canadian Provincial Government and Politics
    • PSCI 4109 - The Politics of the Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
    • PSCI 4203 - Southern Africa After Apartheid
    • PSCI 4204 - Elections
    • PSCI 4205 - Identity Politics
    • PSCI 4206 - Indigenous Politics of North America
    • PSCI 4207 - Globalization, Adjustment and Democracy in Africa
    • PSCI 4208 - Queer Politics
    • PSCI 4302 - Political Thought in the Modern Muslim Middle East
    • PSCI 4303 - Governance, Power, Politics
    • PSCI 4305 - Contemporary Political Theory
    • PSCI 4306 - Political Theories of Democracy and Empire I
    • PSCI 4307 - Political Theories of Democracy and Empire II
    • PSCI 4308 - History of Political Enquiry
    • PSCI 4309 - Contemporary Approaches to Political Enquiry
    • PSCI 4400 - Socio-Technical Change and Public Policy Design
    • PSCI 4402 - Gender, State and Public Policy
    • PSCI 4403 - Reproductive Rights Policy in North America
    • PSCI 4407 - Public Policy: Content and Creation
    • PSCI 4408 - Public Affairs Management and Analysis
    • PSCI 4409 - Issues in Development Management
    • PSCI 4500 - Gender and Globalization
    • PSCI 4501 - Gender and Politics in Post Communist Societies
    • PSCI 4502 - Post-Soviet States and Societies
    • PSCI 4503 - Politics of Central Eurasia
    • PSCI 4505 - Transitions to Democracy
    • PSCI 4506 - Women and Politics in North America
    • PSCI 4601 - Foreign Policies of Soviet Successor States
    • PSCI 4602 - Bargaining and Negotiation
    • PSCI 4603 - Analysis of International Political Economy
    • PSCI 4604 - Selected Problems in International Political Economy
    • PSCI 4605 - Gender in International Relations
    • PSCI 4606 - American Foreign Policy
    • PSCI 4607 - Politics of North America
    • PSCI 4608 - European Integration and European Security
    • PSCI 4609 - Selected Topics in European Integration Studies
    • PSCI 4700 - Origins and Evolution of the Discipline of International Relations
    • PSCI 4701 - Intermediate Polimetrics for Micro Data
    • PSCI 4702 - Intermediate Research Methods for Applied Political Science
    • PSCI 4800 - Advanced International Relations Theory
    • PSCI 4801 - Selected Problems in Global Politics
    • PSCI 4802 - International Politics of Africa
    • PSCI 4803 - Foreign Policies of Major East Asian Powers
    • PSCI 4804 - International Relations of South and Southeast Asia
    • PSCI 4805 - Political Economy of Global Finance
    • PSCI 4806 - Transatlantic Security Issues
    • PSCI 4807 - Migration and Mobility: Politics of Citizenship and Identity
    • PSCI 4808 - Global Environmental Politics
    • PSCI 4809 - Honours Seminar on a Selected Topic in Political Science
    • PSCI 4818 - The Environmental State
    • PSCI 4900 - Tutorial in a Selected Field
    • PSCI 4901 - Tutorial in a Selected Field
    • PSCI 4902 - Tutorial in a Selected Field
    • PSCI 4903 - British Parliamentary Politics
    • PSCI 4904 - Carleton-Leeds Parliamentary Internships (3.0 credits)
    • PSCI 4905 - Washington Center Seminar I
    • PSCI 4906 - Washington Center Seminar II
    • PSCI 4908 - Honours Graduation Essay
    • PSCI 4909 - Mémoire de recherche
    • ECON 1000 - Introduction to Economics
    • ECON 1401 - Elementary Mathematics for Economics I
    • ECON 1402 - Elementary Mathematics for Economics II
    • ECON 2001 - Intermediate Microeconomics for Non-Majors
    • ECON 2002 - Intermediate Microeconomics I
    • ECON 2003 - Intermediate Microeconomics II
    • ECON 2101 - Intermediate Macroeconomics for Non-Majors
    • ECON 2102 - Intermediate Macroeconomics I
    • ECON 2103 - Intermediate Macroeconomics II
    • ECON 2201 - Statistical Methods in Economics and Business I
    • ECON 2202 - Statistical Methods in Economics and Business II
    • ECON 2400 - Mathematical Methods of Economics
    • ECON 2504 - Essentials of Business Finance
    • ECON 2505 - Business Finance
    • ECON 3104 - Economic Thought and Policy in Canada
    • ECON 3202 - Canadian Economic History to 1914
    • ECON 3207 - Canadian Economic History since 1914
    • ECON 3230 - Selected Topics in Economic History
    • ECON 3250 - Economics of Information and the Media
    • ECON 3300 - Public Policy Toward Business
    • ECON 3360 - Introduction to Labour Economics
    • ECON 3365 - Introduction to Industrial Relations
    • ECON 3403 - Public Economics: Expenditures
    • ECON 3405 - Public Economics: Taxation
    • ECON 3420 - Economic Theories of Federalism
    • ECON 3450 - Political Economy in the Modern State
    • ECON 3500 - Corporate Finance
    • ECON 3502 - Principles of Investments
    • ECON 3508 - Introduction to Economic Development
    • ECON 3509 - Development Planning and Project Evaluation
    • ECON 3510 - African Economic Development
    • ECON 3520 - Canadian Economic Development
    • ECON 3600 - Introduction to International Economics
    • ECON 3601 - Introduction to International Trade
    • ECON 3602 - International Monetary Problems
    • ECON 3607 - Monetary and Financial Institutions
    • ECON 3706 - Applied Econometrics
    • ECON 3801 - Regional Economics
    • ECON 3803 - The Economics of Natural Resources
    • ECON 3804 - Environmental Economics
    • ECON 3807 - European Economic Integration
    • ECON 3808 - The Economics of Transition
    • ECON 3810 - Women in the Economy
    • ECON 3820 - Topics in Canadian Economic Policy
    • ECON 3840 - An Economic Analysis of Law
    • ECON 3860 - Agricultural Economics
    • ECON 3880 - Special Studies in Economics
    • ECON 3981 - Co-operative Work Term 1
    • ECON 3982 - Co-operative Work Term 2
    • ECON 3983 - Co-operative Work Term 3
    • ECON 3984 - Co-operative Work Term 4
    • ECON 4001 - Mathematical Analysis in Economics
    • ECON 4002 - Statistical Analysis in Economics
    • ECON 4004 - Operations Research I
    • ECON 4005 - Operations Research II
    • ECON 4105 - History of Economic Thought
    • ECON 4200 - Microeconomic Theory
    • ECON 4201 - Macroeconomic Theory
    • ECON 4230 - Economic History
    • ECON 4250 - Advanced Economics of Information and Media
    • ECON 4260 - Economics of Uncertainty and Information
    • ECON 4301 - Market Structure and Firm Behaviour
    • ECON 4302 - Competition and Regulatory Policy
    • ECON 4309 - Applied Industrial Economics
    • ECON 4360 - Labour Economics
    • ECON 4365 - Industrial Relations
    • ECON 4403 - Public Economics: Expenditures
    • ECON 4404 - Public Economics: Taxation
    • ECON 4407 - Project Evaluation
    • ECON 4500 - Advanced Corporate Finance
    • ECON 4502 - Investment Management
    • ECON 4504 - Financial Market Modeling
    • ECON 4507 - The Economics of Development
    • ECON 4508 - International Aspects of Economic Development
    • ECON 4601 - International Trade Theory and Policy
    • ECON 4602 - International Monetary Theory and Policy
    • ECON 4607 - Monetary Theory I
    • ECON 4608 - Monetary Theory II
    • ECON 4700 - Measurement Economics
    • ECON 4706 - Econometrics I
    • ECON 4707 - Econometrics II
    • ECON 4713 - Time-Series Econometrics
    • ECON 4714 - Advanced Topics in Applied Econometrics
    • ECON 4800 - Spatial Economics
    • ECON 4806 - Comparative Economic Systems I
    • ECON 4807 - Comparative Economic Systems II
    • ECON 4880 - Special Topics in Economics
    • ECON 4890 - Applied Honours Seminar
    • ECON 4901 - Honours Seminar: Microeconomics
    • ECON 4902 - Honours Seminar: Macroeconomics
    • ECON 4903 - Tutorial in Economics
    • ECON 4904 - Tutorial in Economics
    • ECON 4908 - Honours Essay

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