Diversity & Migration

In this stream, you will study how identities matter for politics in Canada and around the world.

The Diversity and Migration track examines the possibilities and challenges that result from living in an increasingly diverse society. Politicized identities, such as race, religion, language, citizenship, gender and sexual orientation, shape how we engage with political institutions and the policy outcomes they produce.

Recommended Courses:

Lower Division Courses:

  • POL 131, POL 221, POL 222

Upper Division (300-level) Courses:

  • POL 310, POL 317, POL 332, POL 350, POL 351

Upper Division (400-level) Courses:

  • POL 416, POL 434W, POL 463

Potential Careers:

  • Advocacy
  • Federal or Provincial Public Service
  • Foreign Recruitment
  • Immigrant Reception & Integration
  • Non-governmental Organizations (NGOs)