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Graduate Courses

Below is a list of all courses offered by the department, by category. Unless otherwise stated all courses are three credit hour courses. "Regular courses" refers to courses that are offered on a regular basis; "rotated courses" refers to courses that are not necessarily offered in a given year. Where available examples of actual course syllabi have been posted for reference purposes only.

Regular courses available to all M.A. candidates

Rotated courses available to all M.A. candidates

Courses available only for M.A. with Thesis or Research Paper candidates

Courses available only for Internship candidates

  • 6030 Internship (required)
  • 6031 Applied Political Research (6 credit hours, required)

Courses by type

Required Courses*Subfield SurveysElective Courses:
  • 6000: Political Science Concepts
  • 6010: Political Science Methods
  • 6020: Research Design
  • 6030: Internship
  • 6031: Applied Political Research
  • 6790: Public Policy Process
  • 6999: Masters Research Paper
  • 6100: Political Philosophy
  • 6200: International Politics
  • 6300: Comparative Politics
  • 6400: Political Development
  • 6500: Political Behaviour
  • 6600: Newfoundland Politics
  • 6700: Canadian Politics
  • 6350: Political Economy
  • 6430: Latin American Politics
  • 6710: Intergovernmental Relations
  • 6720: Local Politics
  • 6740: Public Administration
  • 6770: Provincial Politics
  • 6780: Politics of the Atlantic Provinces
  • 6900-10: Special Topics

*Depending on program stream

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