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Undergraduate Course Offerings for Fall/Winter 2017-18

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200-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL222H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL0101ArigaTBAM
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL222H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL0201ArigaTBAW
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL222H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Reasoning IL5101ArigaTBAR
6:00 -
8:00
P

300-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Introduction to the Politics and Society of Northern EuropeL0101TBATBAW
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Sex and the StateL0201MoreauTBAW
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL300H1FTopics in Comparative Politics: Issues in Contemporary Chinese PoliticsL0301OngTBAR
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL314H1FPublic Opinion and VotingL0101NevitteTBAM
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL354H1FPolitics and Society in RussiaL0101SchwartzTBAR
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL360H1FTopics in Latin American Politics: Twenty-First Century Latin American PoliticsL0101KingsburyTBAT
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL361H1FGlobal Political Economy I: History and TheoryL5101Campbell-VerduynTBAT
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL373H1FEmotions in Political TheoryL0101KingstonTBAM
4:00 -
6:00
P
POL385H1FIssues in Contemporary GreeceL5101TBATBAM
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL395H1FResearch ParticipationL0101TBATBATBAE

400-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL402H1FProblems in the Political Thought of the Socratic SchoolL0101BalotTBAW
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL410H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Politics and Policy in the Nordic RegionL5101TBATBAR
6:00 -
8:00
P*
POL410H1FTopics in Comparative Politics III: Authoritarianism in Comparative PerspectiveL0101OngTBAM
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL412H1FHuman Rights and International RelationsL5101TBATBAR
6:00 -
8:00
P*
JRA437H1FGovernment, Law and Politics in RussiaL0101SolomonTBAW
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL438H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Religion and State in Israel and the Middle East: Theoretical, Empirical and Comparative AspectsL0101RubinTBAT
12:00 -
2:00
P
POL438H1FTopics in Comparative Politics I: Indigenous Politics and MediaL5101Taschereau MamersTBAM
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL443H1FTopics in Comparative Politics II: Natural Resources and InequalityL0101BertrandTBAM
2:00 -
4:00
P
POL447H1FPolitical Economy of DevelopmentL0101EyohTBAT
10:00 -
12:00
P*
JPR458H1FPostsecular Political Thought: Religion, Radicalism and the Limits of LiberalismL0101MarshallTBAM
4:00 -
6:00
P*
POL466H1FTopics in International Politics III: Japanese Politics and Diplomacy: Regional and Global Dynamics in a Turbulent EraL5101TBATBAM
6:00 -
8:00
P*
POL467H1FThe Politics of Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleyTBAT
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL469H1FEthics and International RelationsL0101BertoldiTBAR
12:00 -
2:00
P*
POL476H1FTopics in Public Policy: Housing Policy in Canada and the USL0101SmithTBAM
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL477H1FAdvanced Topics in International Political Economy: New Interdisciplinary ApproachesL0101Campbell-VerduynTBAW
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL479H1FTopics in Middle East Politics: Contesting Authoritarianism in the Middle EastL5101KingstonTBAW
5:00 -
7:00
P*
POL481H1FGeopolitics of CyberspaceL0101DeibertTBAT
2:00 -
4:00
P*
POL484H1FTopics in Political Thought I: Nietzche's HeirsL0101BeinerTBAF
10:00 -
12:00
P*
POL490H1FTopics in Canadian Politics I: The Politics of Electoral Reform: Canada in Canadian PerspectiveL0101LeDucTBAT
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL494H1FTopics in Politics II: Citizenship -Renewing Civic EngagementL5101TBATBAW
6:00 -
8:00
P
POL495Y1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL496H1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL497H1FIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE

* For an explanation of any course codes see Codes Used in Timetable Listings.

** P = Priority; E = Department's Permission; P* = Priority, with various capacity for the different enrolment controls.

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