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BA in International Relations and Development Studies

University of Windsor, Canada

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Next enrollment cycle

January 2023

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First Year Course Fee

USD 23,750

Course Accredited By

OUCQA

  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 7% scholarship
Get an international perspective and prepare for an exciting career in foreign affairs and global governance. Focus your sights in a variety of areas such as diplomatic relations, human rights, international justice, conflict resolution and more. You’ll learn from our faculty members and develop analytical skills to build novel approaches to global issues.

You can broaden your horizons an add a student exchange opportunity, or the EU study abroad course where you will travel to Europe for exclusive access to NATO officials.

  • Sample Courses: Intro to Canadian Government and Politics, Intro to International Relations, International Conflict and its Resolution, Comparative Politics in a Changing World, Political Economy of Agriculture and Food
  • Specialization Options: Students select one minor to complete as part of their degree: Arabic Studies; Business Administration; Communication, Media, and Film; Economics; Entrepreneurship; French Studies; Geography; History; Jewish Studies; Latin American Studies; Modern Languages; Philosophy; Sociology; Women’s and Gender Studies
  • Career Tracks: Diplomatic officer, community rights organizer, foreign correspondent, policy analyst, international development worker

Enrollment Cycles

  • January 2023
  • May 2023
  • September 2023
  • Course Requirements: English/ENG4U
  • Minimum Average: 70%
  • Mean Average (Entering Fall 2019): 83%

This Course is Available Honours 4-year program and Thesis Available


Honours International Relations and Development Studies
Degree Requirements
Total courses: forty.


(a) POLS-1000, POLS-1300, POLS-1600, POLS-2640 or 2670, POLS-2750, POLS-3540 or POLS-3550, POLS3600, POLS-4610, POLS-4620;


(b) HIST-1230, HIST-1240;


(c) One of POLS-2510 or POLS-2520


(d) Three of POLS-2300, POLS-2320, POLS-2330, POLS-2350, POLS-2410, POLS-2440, POLS-2450, POLS2490, POLS-2600, POLS-2610, POLS-2640 or POLS-2670 (if not taken under requirements for (a)), POLS2680;


(e) Two of POLS-3350, POLS-3460, POLS-3540 or POLS-3550 (if not taken under requirements for (a)), POLS-3560, POLS-3610, POLS-3620/PHIL-3230, POLS-3630, POLS-3650, POLS-3670, POLS-3720;


(f) One of POLS-4310, POLS-4340, POLS-4410, POLS-4420, POLS-4430, POLS-4640, POLS-4650, POLS4950, POLS-4960;


(g) ECON-1100 or ECON-2000, ECON-1110 or ECON-2010(students pursuing an Economics Minor for
requirement 

(i) may take two additional elective courses under requirement

 (j) below);


(h) GART-1500, GART-1510, SOSC-2500;


(i) Minor in one of: Arabic Studies; Business Administration; Communication, Media, and Film;

  • Economics; Entrepreneurship; French Studies; Geography; History; Jewish Studies; Latin American
  • Studies; Modern Languages; Philosophy; Sociology; Women’s and Gender Studies (Minors consist of 6
  • courses, but note that some courses may require prerequisites that are not part of the Minor;
  • students are strongly encouraged to seek academic guidance from the academic advisor in the appropriate
    department);


(j) Eleven courses from any area of study, at least five of which must be outside Political Science

  • Program Type: Undergraduate
  • Major or Degree: Arts, Humanities, Soc Science
  • Course Load: Full Time
  • Fee Category: Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Term: Fall
  • Residence: Alumni Hall - Single in a 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Meal Plan: Full Meal Plan - moderate off campus flexibility.
  • Estimated Total = $ 10722.86
  • Base Tuition
  • Base Tuition - $ 2899.90 - Assessed each term
  • Coop - $ 455.00 - If applicable

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