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          Political Science

          Exploring the many faces of power in society, political science at Huron investigates the big political ideas and visions, world-transforming movements inspired by political ideals, the daily lives of political organizations, as well as the inner mechanisms of governments. In the study of Political Science at Huron, we recognize that many of today's most urgent and complex public challenges require new forms of ethical leadership that combine social justice and inclusive decision-making.

          Political Science Brochure 

           

          Alumni Stories

          Huron Political Science graduates have moved into a wide variety of professions, reflecting the breadth of knowledge and intellectual skills gained through their studies. They're highly-capable public speakers, researchers and creative strategists who have the necessary knowledge to recognize their position within the current political landscape - and how changes within particular climates may affect their workplaces and local and global wellbeing.

          • The Liberal Arts help you contextualize all these challenges within our past, present and future, which reinforces how we look at the world and how able we will be to change it.
            Natalie Cross
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          • Huron's experiential learning opportunities enabled me to extend my knowledge far beyond what I learned in class. This helped me develop a robust understanding and skillset that I am able to apply to my pursuits of Leadership with Heart.
            Emily Abbott
            History & Political Science
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          • Everything that has happened to me personally and professionally since then has been shaped by the decision to go to Yonsei. Because of my time there, I developed a strong interest in inter-Korean relations and the prospects for Korean unification; I wrote my 4th year thesis on that issue
            Toby Schwartz, Huron Alumna
            Foreign Service Officer, Global Affairs Canada
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          • Huron gave me competence academically and socially. My education taught me how to communicate with people from all walks of life, including those in positions of authority
            Taylor Harris
            From Huron to Cambridge
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          Program Options

          The Minor in Political Science offers the experience of advanced courses in political analysis, the Major in Political Science provides a strong general background in political science, while the Honors Specialization in Political Science reflects the achievement of both breadth and depth in political science. Major and Minor modules in Political Studies (Globalization and Governance, State and Policy and Ideology and Identity) are designed to permit specialization in sub-fields of political science that are geared toward both career goals and graduate school specializations.

          Honors Specialization
          Specialization
          Major
          Minor

          The Honors Specialization and Major modules in Political Science provide students with a strong foundation in all of the main sub-fields of the discipline.  The Major in Political Science is designed for students who wish to have a good general background in political science, and the Honors Specialization offers the added advantage of permitting students to design their own specialized programs through their choice of optional courses within the module.  Both of these modules structured to help students gain admission into virtually any graduate program in Political Science either in Canada or abroad.

          Learn more about the following programs offered in Political Science:

          Honors Specialization
          Major
          Minor
          Combined Honors Specialization Faculty of Arts and Social Science/HBA

          Ideology and Identity modules bring together the study of political philosophy, ideologies, and movements in the context of a detailed exploration of political behaviour.  Ideology and Identity includes detailed studies of political traditions, politics and the media, and the political mind.  With a background in ideology and identity, careers in the media, public relations, political communications, political organizations, and policy research institutes are all viable options.  Ideology and Identity modules also serve as a good background to graduate work in political theory, political communications and political psychology.

          Learn more about the following programs offered in Political Studies: Ideology and Identity:

          Major
          Minor

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          Learn more about the following programs offered in Political Studies: State and Policy:

          Major
          Minor

          Globalization and Governance modules focus on the ways in which politics and government within nation-states are influenced by international forces and how nation-states are in turn attempting to shape those international forces.  These modules will be of interest to students planning graduate research in international or global studies and careers in such areas as the foreign service, international development, international business and non-governmental organizations.

          Learn more about the following programs offered in Political Studies: Globalisation and Governance:

          Major
          Minor

          Professors

          Our department challenges students to be Leaders with Heart by investigating both the human struggles of political conflict as well as the creative forces of political cooperation - from the local to the global. We support them to look at past and present political systems to understand how the distribution of power influences significant economic, cultural and social trends. Further, we empower students to develop the capacity for making projections about our political future, so they can leverage this foresight to encourage their professional and personal success.

          • As an educator, my main goal is to assist in the cultivation of learning. Of necessity, this is a collaborative process that takes place in the community
            Paul Nesbitt-Larking, PhD
            Professor, Political Science
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          • Every generation needs to prioritize their understanding of political systems, so they are well-informed enough to advocate for and against significant issues that will affect the health and wellbeing of their local and global communities
            Robert Jonasson, PhD
            Assistant Professor, Political Science
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          • Your generation is operating within an extremely interesting set of political systems, and it is absolutely essential you empower yourself with the knowledge and skills to effectively maneuver within them
            Neil Bradford, PhD
            Full Professor, Political Science
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          • I hope to engage students in the perennial questions and ideas that are essential to our life in community with others
            Sara MacDonald, PhD
            Professor, Political Science
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          • My main task as a Liberal Arts professor is to help students build the tools they need to go out into the world as principled and thoughtful people. It all comes down to whether or not they have the critical thinking skills to question not only the world around them, but also to question themselves ...
            Jennifer Mustapha, PhD
            Assistant Professor, Political Science
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          • My teaching is centred on the student’s engagement in reading and analyzing political theory, from the classical writings of the Ancient Greeks to modern and contemporary theories of government, justice, democracy, and liberty. I am particularly interested in the application of ideas to practice, in shaping policy and law and as a grounding from which to criticize government and institutions ...
            Jim Crimmins, PhD Fulbright Fellow
            Professor, Political Theory
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          Political Science Department

          Tenure-stream 

          Program Sessional and Per Course Instructors  

          Professors Emeriti

          Political Science Course Intro

          Across a variety of settings, from the local to the global, our courses investigate the human struggles associated with political conflict as well as the creative forces of political co-operation.

          2020-2021 Courses

           

          COURSE INSTRUCTOR SECTION COURSE OUTLINE
                 
          POLISCI 1020E - INTRODUCTION TO POLI SCI Bradford / Scorgie 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 1020E - INTRODUCTION TO POLI SCI Jonasson 551 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2221G - THE CANADIAN POLITY Jonasson 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2223F - THE CANADIAN REGIME Jonasson 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2231E - INTERNATIONAL RELATIONS Blair 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2237E - INTRO TO POLITICAL THEORY MacDonald 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2245E - INTRO COMPARATIVE POLI SCI Jonasson 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2257 - GLOBAL POLITICAL ECONOMY Blair 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2270E - WOMEN AND POLITICS Gaudet 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2293F - GENOCIDE,FAMINE, MASS ATROCITY Scorgie 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2295G - SEL TOPICS - POL THRY THRU SCI FICTION Lalonde 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 2297F - CITIZENSHIP, BORDERS, STATES Lalonde 550 View Course Outline
                 
          POLISCI 3304F - POLITICAL IDENTITIES Nesbitt-Larking 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3306F - POLITICAL AUTHORITY & RESISTANCE Nesbitt-Larking 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3345E - INTERNATIONAL LAW & ORG Mustapha 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3353E - SECURITY: THEORY & GOVERNANCE Mustapha 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3359G - AFRICAN POLITICS Scorgie 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3394G - SEL TOPICS - CANADIAN FEDERALISM Jonasson 550 View Course Outline
          POLISCI 3395F - SEL TOPICS - INTL CRIMINAL JUSTICE Sarkany 550 View Course Outline
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          Scorgie 550 View Course Outline
          2020 SUMMER COURSES
          COURSE NAME INSTRUCTOR COURSE OUTLINE
          POL 2219E 550 Politics of Human Rights Jonasson View Course Outline
          POL 2270E 550 Women and Politics Gaudet View Course Outline
          POL 2294F 550 Cities in the Federation Graham View Course Outline
          2019-2020 Courses

           

          COURSE SECTION INSTRUCTOR COURSE OUTLINE

          POL 1020E - Introduction to Political Science

          550 / 551 

          N. Bradford / L. Scorgie-Porter

          Course Outline 

          POL 1020E - Introduction to Political Science 552 Jonasson Course Outline
          POL 2219E - The Politics of Human Rights 550 Jonasson Course Outline
          POL 2221G - The Canadian Polity 
          (cannot have taken POL 2230E prior to 2018-2019)
          550 P. Nesbitt-Larking Course Outline

          POL 2222E  Politics & the Media in Canada

          550

          P. Nesbitt-Larking

          Course Outline

          POL 2223F The Canadian Regime
          (cannot have taken POL 2230E prior to 2018-2019)
          550 P. Nesbitt-Larking Course Outline

          POL 2231E International Relations

          550

          D. Blair

          Course Outline

          POL 2237E Introduction to Political Theory

          550 / 552

          S. MacDonald

          Course Outline

          POL 2239F  American Constitutional Law  550 J. Crimmins Course Outline

          POL 2245E Introduction to Comparative Politics 

          550

          L. Scorgie-Porter

          Course Outline

          POL 2257 Global Political Economy 

          550

          D. Blair

          Course Outline

          POL 2284G Inside Governments: Policy Making

          550

          J.Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 2294F  Selected Topics: Terror and the Politics of Fear

          550

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 2294G  Selected Topics: Cities in the Federation

          550

          K. Graham

          Course Outline

          POL 2295F Selected Topics: Politics and Pop Culture 550 S. MacDonald Course Outline

          POL 3304F Political Identities  

          550

          P. Nesbitt-Larking

          Course Outline

          POL 3345E  International law & Org.   

          550

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 3376E - Selected Topics: Security Studies: Theory and Governance

          550

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 3394F Selected Topics: Canadian Federalism

          550 R. Jonasson Course Outline

          POL 3395G 550 - Selected Topics:  Rwanda's Recovery: Experiential Learning in Peacebuilding and Reconciliation

          550 L. Scorgie-Porter Course Outline

           

           

           

          2018-2019 Courses

          POL 1020E Introduction to Political Science

          Bradford/Scorgie-Porter
          /Jonasson

          550 course outline/ 551 course outline

          POL222B  Intermediate Macroeconomics

          POL 2221G The Canadian Polity
          (cannot have taken POL 2230E prior to 2018-2019)

          McKeon


          Nesbitt-Larking

          550 course outline


          View course outline

          POL 2223F The Canadian Regime
          (cannot have taken POL 2230E prior to 2018-2019)
          Nesbitt-Larking View course outline

          POL 2231E International Relations

          Blair

          View course outline

          POL 2237E Introduction to Political Theory

          MacDonald

          View course outline

          POL 2245E Introduction to Comparative Politics

          Jonasson

          View course outline

          POL 2257 Global Political Economy

          Blair

          View course outline

          POL 2284G Inside Governments: Policy Making...

          Bradford

          View course outline

          POL 2294F The War on Terror and the Politics of Fear

          Mustapha

          View course outline

          POL 2294G (Global) Citizenship, Borders, and the State

          Mustapha

          View course outline

          POL 2295F Women and the Philosophy of Rights MacDonald View course outline

          POL 2295G Genocide

          Scorgie-Porter

          View course outline

          POL 3306F Political Authority and Resistance

          Nesbitt-Larking

          View course outline

          POL 3324G Into to Research Methods in Poli Sci

          Nesbitt-Larking

          View course outline

          POL 3358F The Politics of Economic Development

          Mustapha

          View course outline

          POL 3376E Security Studies: Theory and Governance

          Mustapha

          View course outline

          POL 3379E Global Environmental Politics

          Blair

          View course outline

          POL 3382F China's International Relations

          Chan

          View course outline

          POL 3383F Japan's International Relations

          Chan

          View course outline

          POL 3384G Media and Elections...

          Nesbitt-Larking

          View course outline

          POL 3394F Canadian Federalism

          Jonasson

          View course outline

          POL 3394G Gender and the International

          Mustapha

          View course outline

          POL 3395F The Politics of Governance in Africa Scorgie-Porter View course outline
          POL 3395G Conflict and Peace Building in Rwanda Scorgie-Porter View course outline

           

           

           

          GLE 2001F Introduction to Governance

          Bradford

          View course outline

          2017-2018 Courses

          Course

          Instructor

          Course Outline

          POL 1020E Introduction to Political Science

          N.Bradford/
          L.Scorgie-Porter (550)

          Course Outline

          POL 1020E Introduction to Political Science

          R.Jonasson (551)

          Course Outline

          POL 2230E Canadian Government and Politics

          R. Jonasson

          Course Outline

          POL 2231E International Politics

          D. Blair

          Course Outline

          POL 2237E Introduction to Political Theory

          J. Crimmins

          Course Outline

          POL 2245E Introduction to Comparative Politics

          R. Jonasson

          Course Outline

          POL 2257 Global Political Economy

          D. Blair

          Course Outline

          POL 2294F The War on Terror and Politics of Fear

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 2294G (Global) Citizenship and Borders

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 2295F The Politics and Governance of Africa

          L. Scorgie-Porter

          Course Outline

          POL 3304F Political Identities

          P. Nesbitt-Larking

          Course Outline

          POL 3345E International Organization and Law

          L. Scorgie-Porter
          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 3358F The Politics of Economic Development

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 3368E City Regions in a Global Age

          N. Bradford

          Course Outline

          POL 3376E Security Studies: Theory and Governance

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

          POL 3385F Political Communications in Canada

          P. Nesbitt-Larking

          Course Outline

          POL 3394F Rwanda: Post-Genocide Recovery and Renewal

          L. Scorgie-Porter

          Course Outline

          POL 3394G Gender and the International

          J. Mustapha

          Course Outline

           

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          Where will a degree in Political Science take you?
          • Political Consultant
          • Lawyer
          • Marketing Research Analyst
          • Non-Profit Organizer 
          • Policy Analyst
          • Politician
          • Public Servent
          • Political Staffer
          • Market Analyst
          • Foreign Service Officer
          • Diplomat
          • Economic Development Officer
          • Publisher
          • Press officer
          • Lobbyist
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          Key Contacts

          Kathy Mazur-Spitzig, BA

          Program Assistant, Faculty of Arts and Social Science
          519.438.7224 ext. 231
          ksmazurhuron.uwo.ca
          A116

          8:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m. 
          Monday - Friday

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