Programs

27 results in Downtown (Montreal) Campus (remove filter), Politics and law (remove filter)
Major Concentration, Joint Honours, Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
In the African Studies program, you can develop a deeper understanding of the African continent and its peoples, from the history, religions and cultures of different regions, to contemporary postcolonial literature, issues in ...
Domain
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The relationship between human health and environment is a complex, developing field. While the study of health often falls within the health sciences, the social sciences also play an important role in the design,...
Major Concentration, Honours, Joint Honours, Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Political Science is the study of governments, public policies and political processes, systems, and political behaviour. You can study politics from a range of perspectives – from theory, philosophy, ideology and economy, to ...
Major, Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Offered as both a major and a concentration, Labour-Management Relations and Human Resources will give you the tools needed to practice human resource management, particularly in a unionized environment. Not only will Labour-...
Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Minor in Social Entrepreneurship will teach you how to conceptualize, develop, and manage successful new ventures, like social enterprises, not-for-profit organizations and cooperatives. You can apply to join the program...
Faculty Program
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
Are you interested in understanding how employers and employees interact? Do you want to work with people and help make workplaces efficient and inclusive environments? Industrial and labour relations focus on these and other...
Minor Concentration
Downtown (Montreal) Campus
The Minor in Communication Studies provides a critical understanding of the role that communication technologies and media play in society.  You will explore the history, forms, and critical theories of communications and...

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