Political Science focuses on how human societies choose to organize themselves, why they choose those formations and their implications.
Discovering Political Science:
St. Thomas University's Political Science program covers the four traditional subfields of the discipline:
Canadian Politics and Government, Comparative Politics, International Relations and World Politics, and Political Philosophy.
Students are offered a sound foundation in political life's institutional and philosophical dimensions.
They are attuned to the trends and shocks that alter the forces and issues affecting us at home and abroad.
The program also offers a for-credit Model United Nations course, which sends students to at least one major Model UN simulation each year.
Teams have competed at Harvard, the UN in New York, and Ottawa.
Political Science students hone their reading, writing, and analytic skills.
They examine arguments, identify trends, test theories, and explain developments.
They learn about the links between individual concerns and public policy problems.
Studying case studies in national and international governance, international relations, and comparative politics develops their public policy analysis skills and prepares them for analytical, project management, and communication work in various government agencies and non-governmental and international organizations.
The Bachelor of Arts program is open to high school applicants, transfer applicants, returning students, and adult learners.
Senior High School Graduation Examination and Chinese National University Entrance Examinations.
An average of "satisfactory" 70% on five academic courses on the India Senior School Certificate awarded by Central Board of Secondary Education/Indian School Certificate (awarded by Council for the Indian School Certificate Examinations - CISCE).
Year 12 State Board Exams with excellent results will also be considered individually.
High School Diploma and Pre-university Year Certificate.
Within the Bachelor of Arts, St. Thomas offers a unique English as a Second Language (ESL) programme for students whose level of English proficiency is not high enough to pursue regular studies at an English-language university.
These students are provided the opportunity to begin university studies for credit while they continue to improve their language skills in a planned, individualized programme of study.
To be eligible for this program, students must have:
All of the courses students take in the ESL programme carry academic credit.
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