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9.29 INTERNATIONAL STUDIES PROGRAM

Website: www.arts.uregina.ca/international-studies

9.29.0 Faculty

9.29.1 General Information

9.29.2 BA Major in International Studies

9.29.2.1 Asian Studies Concentration

9.29.2.2 Development Studies Concentration

9.29.2.3 European Studies Concentration

9.29.2.4 International Affairs Concentration

9.29.2.5 Latin American Studies Concentration

9.29.3 Honours Major in International Studies

9.29.3.1 Asian Studies Concentration

9.29.3.2 Development studies Concentration

9.29.3.3 European Studies Concentration

9.29.3.4 International Affairs Concentration

9.29.4 Certificate in International Studies

9.29.4.1 Asian Studies Concentration

9.29.4.2 Development Studies Concentration

9.29.4.3 European Studies Concentration

9.29.4.4 International Affairs Concentration

9.29.4.5 Latin American Studies Concentration

9.29.5 International Experiences

9.29.6 Approved Electives Course List

9.29.7 Minor in Chinese Studies

 

9.29.0 FACULTY

Annette Desmarais, BA (Simon Fraser), MA (Sussex), PhD (Calgary), Associate Professor

Nilgun Onder, BSc (METU, Ankara), MA (Wilfrid Laurier), PhD (York), Assistant Professor of Political Science and Coordinator of International Studies

David Webster, BA (York), MA, PhD (British Columbia), Assistant Professor

9.29.1 GENERAL INFORMATION

The International Studies degree is an interdisciplinary program that aims to provide students with the necessary intellectual tools to study the relationships between the local, regional, international and global levels on the one hand, and the complex connections and interactions between society, culture, politics, economics and the environment on the other hand. This blending of international and regional studies is a unique aspect of the International Studies degree not found in other international or area studies programs. The International Studies Degree will provide students with skills to understand global processes and structures that connect and affect countries and regions of the world. It will also enable students to situate different regions in the broader context of these global processes and structures.

Program outlines are available on the web. Select the Choosing a Program link on www.arts.uregina.ca/current-students

 

 

 


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