Participate in traditional programs as well as interdisciplinary programs that combine ideas from a number of related areas of study.
Learn from world-renowned faculty members who have received national research and teaching awards. Our professors teach using a variety of methods including small group discussions, community involvement opportunities and multimedia interaction. For example, Lisa Hodgetts, a professor in Anthropology, uses course assignments and hands-on labs to bring her Arctic-based research into the classroom.
Internships Gain hands-on experience through a 10-week, paid summer internship.
International Experiences Study, volunteer and work abroad. To date, our students have taken courses in more than 20 different countries.
Student Clubs Gain leadership experience and develop networking skills through departmental student clubs, or participate on student council with members from all constituents of the Faculty of Social Science including department representatives, members-at-large, sophs and first-year students.
Student Journals Publish your work in one of our departmental undergraduate journals.
Bachelor of Arts Honors (in Geography,Political Science, Psychology, Urban Development, Women’s Studies or one of the three Honors Specializations in Economics) with Honors Business Administration (HBA) from the Ivey Business School (5 years)
Bachelor of Arts Honors in Political Science with Juris Doctor (JD) from the Faculty of Law (6 Years)