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Undergraduate Course Offerings for Fall/Winter 2013-14

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300-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL305Y1SPolitics and Society in Latin AmericaL5101KingsburySS 1085M, W
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL322H1SIntroduction to Quantitative ReasoningL0101ArigaUC 140W
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL322H1SIntroduction to Quantitative ReasoningL5101ArigaUC 140W
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL324H1SPolitics of Europe and The European UnionL5101KopsteinUC 163T
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL349H1SGlobal Urban PoliticsL0101Enright,
Stren
UC 163R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL371H1SThe Spatial Construction of the Political EconomyL5101BatheltUC 179M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL396H1SResearch ParticipationL0101TBATBATBAE

400-level courses

Course Code * Title Section Instructor(s) Room TimeEnrol **Syllabus
POL400H1SSovereigntyL0101LeeAH 302M
12:00 -
15:00
P
POL410H1STopics in Comparative Politics III: The Politics of Immigration in Europe and North AmericaL0101TriadafilopoulosUC 148M
12:00 -
14:00
P
JPA411H1SThe Political Economy of Global TaiwanL0101WongLA 340M
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL412H1SHuman Rights and International RelationsL0101WongUC 248T
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL419H1SQuantitative Methods and Data AnalysisL0101ArigaFE 36F
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL421H1SMaimonides and His Modern InterpretersL0101GreenUC 326T
14:00 -
16:00
P*
POL424H1SGlobalization and Indigenous PoliticsL0101KuokkanenLA 340R
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL438H1STopics in Comparative Politics I: Welfare Capitalism in Western EuropeL5101BeltranLA 214M
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL443H1STopics in Comparative Politics II: Civil War and Political ViolenceL0101MukherjeeTC 24M
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL445H1SPolitics of Growth in Developing CountriesL0101MuraliTC 24R
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL451H1SContentious Politics and Social MovementsL0101FuLA 214T
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL454H1SInnovation and Knowledge Transfer in City RegionsL0101WolfeUC 65W
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL460H1SStudies in Modern Political Theory: The Political Philosophy of Jürgen HabermasL0101ChambersLA 213R
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL474H1SPolitics and Policy AnalysisL0101CraftUC 148T
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL477H1SAdvanced Topics in International Political Economy: Looking South while Looking North: Mexico’s Engagement with Overlapping RegionalismL0101ClarksonTBATBAE
POL480H1SStudies in Comparative Political TheoryL0101WilliamsLA 214R
10:00 -
13:00
P
POL484H1STopics in Political Thought I: Aristotle's Political ThoughtL0101BalotUC 248M
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL485H1STopics in Political Thought II: Plutarch's Political ThoughtL0101KingstonUC 67T
12:00 -
14:00
P
POL490H1STopics in Canadian Politics I: Immigration and Multiculturalism in CanadaL0101TolleyUC 248T
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL490H1STopics in Canadian Politics I: Ideas and IdeologiesL5101CochraneTC 24T
18:00 -
20:00
P
POL491H1STopics in Canadian Politics II: Canadian Federalism, from a Comparative PerspectiveL0101SchertzerUC 248W
10:00 -
12:00
P
POL492H1STopics in Comparative Politics IV: Urban Revolution: Contemporary Constellations of Spatial PoliticsL0101EnrightUC 65T
14:00 -
16:00
P
POL493H1STopics in Politics I: OrganizationL0101WongSK 548W
16:00 -
18:00
P
POL495Y1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL496H1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE
POL497H1SIndependent StudiesL0101TBATBATBAE

PLEASE NOTE: All courses with room numbers indicated are DUAL DELIVERY. Please see course description for more information.

ONLINE-S = Online Synchronous
ONLINE-A =Online Asynchronous

* 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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