Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens

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Subject: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens
Which out of these universities have the best Political Science program? I applied for that program at all of those schools.

Any other schools that have a good polisci program as well?

[16-01-2006,22:41]
Torontorocks
(in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
York has the best POLS program in Canada.

I am Uza Zachariah, Hewbrew Studies 3rd year.

[17-01-2006,05:21]
Uza Zachariah
(in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
York & UofT are alright for Polsci, don´t know about Queens, but I´ve heard Ottawa is the place to go for it.
[17-01-2006,15:26]
Anonymous
(in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
Yeah ottawa would be good.


[17-01-2006,17:47]
Anonymous
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Yeah...this is a good question, as I would like to know myself since I´m in the same situation. People keep posting so there is a wider range of opinion!!!
[21-01-2006,12:17]
Anonymous
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The pages in the Parliament are mostly Ottawa and Carlteon polisci students. Don´t think it pays much ;P
[21-01-2006,17:03]
Anonymous
Concordia is Best for PoliSci (in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
The International Political Science Association (IPSA), founded under the auspices of UNESCO in 1949, is an international scholarly association. Its objectives are to promote the advancement of political science through the collaboration of scholars in different parts of the world. It has consultative status with the Economic and Social Council of the United Nations and with UNESCO.

http://www.ipsa.ca/en/home/home.asp

The IPSA Secretariat is localized at Concordia University, Montr??al, since 2001


[23-01-2006,03:17]
Anonymous
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In case you didn´t know, UofT is recognized as the best school for political science. Do some research.
[23-01-2006,03:21]
Anonymous
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"In case you didn?t know, UofT is recognized as the best school for political science. Do some research."

Never heard that before. I´ve heard Ottawa is the best University for Pol-Sci also. It´s also pretty hard to get into Ottawa for Pol-Sci, because it´s "Limited Enrolment", and need about mid 80%´s and up.

[23-01-2006,05:13]
Anonymous
HAHA, (in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
Dont go to Concordia for political science. The students are left wing biggots and they are not serious students. Perhaps their grad program in public policy is good, but I can assure you that their undergraduate political science student population is nothing to be proud of. They are all morons, each and everyone one of them.


[23-01-2006,23:42]
Anonymous
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I´ve never heard anyone say Ottawa was the top poli sci department in Canada. Toronto, York and Queen´s are all excellent, as are Carleton, McMaster and UBC - these are generally regarded as the top graduate programs.

For small places that don´t have PhD programs, Trent and Wilfrid Laurier are reportedly quite good.

[10-01-2007,02:54]
Anonymous
Carleton Great, Ottawa Pretty Good Too (in reply to: Best Political Science Program? York/UoT/Queens)
Carleton has an excellent program. Its professors choose Carleton for the proximity to Parliament Hill and the multitude of government departments. Many Carleton poli sci students work co-ops, internships, or volunteer positions on the Hill.

Ottawa U also has a good program--albeit not as reputable. The major benefit at Ottawa U is that you can study in both languages, which is very important for a future in government.

[03-05-2009,01:59]
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