Faculty: Faculty of Arts
Degree(s): Bachelor of Arts
Political Science is the study of power in relationships.
From the micro-level of individual and group actions to the macro-level of government and international operations, political science seeks to understand behavior through rigorous analysis and by engaging with broad philosophical questions. Political science is a natural fit for those who find themselves frequently in political debates on social justice topics, or questioning the status quo.
Why Political Science at UNB?
Students choose Political Science at UNB for our:
- Quality programs
- Foundational knowledge of politics and political systems
- Active research faculty
- Student-oriented atmosphere
- Internship opportunities
- Entrepreneurship is encouraged and supported through student groups and community advocacy organizations
- Local volunteer opportunities
- Students who study international relations and comparative politics often choose to learn abroad with UNB’s exchange program
Skills you will acquire
- Comprehensive understanding of politics and political outcomes
- Critical thinking
- Effective communication
For more information, visit the Political Science Department's website.
For admission requirements, select "Arts" in our admission requirements tool.
POLS 2503: Women and Politics
POLS 4495: Gender and War: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives
POLS 1703: Issues in World Politics
POLS 3721: Beverages and International Development in Historical Perspective
- Public Policy Analyst (in government and non-governmental organizations)