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  • Objectives
    This interdisciplinary program is structured around a core curriculum of courses in public affairs and policy management that examine the foundations of civic life and the various factors that come into play in shaping society. In addition, you'll find a selection of courses that introduce you to the disciplines where civic life is a principal focus -- courses in Canadian history, economic analysis, quantitative research, Canadian government, organizational theory and public law.
  • Academic Title
    Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management with Specialization in International Studies
  • Course description
    Public Affairs and Policy Management with Specialization in International Studies
    B.P.A.P.M. (20.0 credits)

       1. Credits Included in the Major CGPA (10.5 credits):

       1. 4.0 credits in PAPM 1000 [1.0], PAPM 2000 [1.0], PAPM 3000, PAPM 4000, PAPM 4908 [1.0];
       2. 3.0 credits in PSCI 2601, PSCI 2602, INAF 3000 [1.0], ECON 3601 and ECON 3602;
       3. 1.0 credit from PSCI 4603, PSCI 4604, PSCI 4800 and PSCI 4801;
       4. 0.5 credit from INAF 4101, INAF 4102, INAF 4103;
       5. 2.0 credits in International Studies Electives;

       2. Credits Not Included in the Major CGPA (9.5 credits):

       6. 1.0 credit from (PSCI 2701 and PSCI 2702), MCOM 2001 [1.0] or (ECON 2201 and ECON 2202);
       7. 1.0 credit in LAWS 3603 and LAWS 3604;
       8. 1.5 credits in ECON 1000 [1.0], BUSI 3602;
       9. 1.0 credit from (PSCI 2002 and PSCI 2003) or (PSCI 2101 and PSCI 2102);
      10. 1.0 credit from HIST 1300 [1.0], HIST 1002 [1.0] or HIST 1705 [1.0];
      11. 4.0 credits in free electives;

       3. Additional Requirement:

      12. In addition to satisfying the French language requirement, students registered in the International Studies Specialization must successfully complete 1.0 credit in a language (or possess an equivalent level of proficiency as demonstrated by successfully completing a language test). The language may be either French at a higher level than FREN 1100, or, with the permission of the Director, another language directly relevant to their studies. Students registered in the International Studies Specialization will be required to use one of their elective credits if they satisfy this additional language requirement through course work.

    International Studies Electives

        * International Conflict, War and Strategic Studies

    EURR 4008, EURR 4104, GEOG 4400, INAF 4101, PSCI 3107, PSCI 3203, PSCI 3603, PSCI 3702, PSCI 4008, PSCI 4602, PSCI 4806

        * Global Political Economy

    BUSI 3703, ECON 3804, ECON 3808, ECON 4806, ECON 4807, EURR 4003, EURR 4005, EURR 4006, HIST 3703, INAF 4103, PSCI 3703, PSCI 4500, PSCI 4603, PSCI 4604, PSCI 4805

        * International Law and Organization

    LAWS 3207, LAWS 3208, LAWS 4603, LAWS 4604, LAWS 4606, LAWS 4903, PSCI 3600, PSCI 4807

        * International Relations and Comparative Political Issues

    EURR 4101, GEOG 3307, GEOG 4400, HIST 3800, HIST 3801, INAF 4102, PSCI 3601, PSCI 3605, PSCI  4505, PSCI 4605, PSCI 4800, PSCI 4801

        * Area Studies

    Africa

        PSCI 3101, PSCI 4203, PSCI 4207, PSCI 4802

    Asia

    HIST 3805, HIST 3806, PSCI 3102, PSCI 3103, PSCI 3700, PSCI 3701, PSCI 4803, PSCI 4804

    Europe and Russia

    EURR 4003, EURR 4008, EURR 4100, EURR 4101, EURR 4104, EURR 4106, GEOG 3600, GEOG 3603, GEOG 4600, HIST 3605, HIST 4602, PSCI 3206, PSCI 3207, PSCI 3208, PSCI 3209, PSCI 3704, PSCI 3705, PSCI 4601, PSCI 4608, PSCI 4609

    North and South America

    HIST 3304, HIST 3306, HIST 3400, HIST 3706, HIST 3709, PSCI 3200, PSCI 3201, PSCI 3204, PSCI 3205, PSCI 3606, PSCI 3607, PSCI 4606, PSCI 4607

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