These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
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Economics at Nipissing University will give you the theories and tools you need to understand how the world works.
Nipissing's small group of enthusiastic and dedicated faculty focus on the Canadian context and Canada’s role in the global economy.
They cover the core areas of Economics and delve into critical areas such as public policy, money and banking, the labour market, international trade, international finance, and economic development.
They discuss important issues such as poverty, inequality, climate change, trade agreements, monetary policy, fiscal policy, and immigration.
Throughout your studies, you will be faced with critical questions, such as:
The economic knowledge, research expertise, and analytical skills you will acquire will set you up for success as you pursue your long-term goals.
In upper years, special topics courses are offered, and the topics will change depending on the professor's research area.
These courses take an in-depth look at a particular area—for example, income inequality, immigration and human trafficking, tourism and sustainability were recent choices.
Upper-year students have opportunities to gain valuable work experience through:
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Applicants who have met all of Nipissing University’s admission requirements except for the English language proficiency requirement can enrol in an EAP program.
Applicants who enrol in one of the following programs will receive a conditional offer of admission. By successfully completing the program level indicated below, applicants can begin their studies at Nipissing University without further testing.
UOIT English Language Centre: Level 5
AYJ Global EAP Program: Highest Level
Brock University’s Intensive English Language Program: Level 5
Canadian as a Second Language Institute (CSLI): Advanced Level 10
Capital English Solutions: College/University Preparation Course (CUPIC)
CultureWorks: Level 7
Applicants who have completed EAP programs associated with other Canadian universities and obtained that university’s minimum level for admission consideration may also be considered to have met Nipissing University’s English language proficiency requirement.
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