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General Information

Faculty teaching courses that fulfill the requirements for degree programs in International Relations are listed in the "Instructors" section for the areas of Political Science, Economics, History, Geography, Sociology, and Anthropology.

The program in International Relations and Development Studies links courses in several areas of study in order to provide a broad understanding of the dynamics of global society and a useful preparation for a wide variety of careers relating to the international field.

The program draws primarily upon the resources of Political Science, Economics, History, Sociology, and Anthropology. Beyond a common core of nineteen courses, students may choose to emphasize either an International Relations or an International Development stream.

Experience has shown that this long-established and comprehensive program provides an excellent background for careers in diplomatic services, international institutions, internationally-oriented non-governmental organizations, journalism, banking, international business, teaching, and law. The Honours B.A. in International Relations and Development Studies is a challenging program. Students who persevere have found the rewards, especially in terms of future career prospects, to be worth the effort.