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Get an international perspective and prepare for an exciting career in foreign affairs and global governance. Focus your sights in a variety of areas such as diplomatic relations, human rights, international justice, conflict resolution and more. You’ll learn from our faculty members and develop analytical skills to build novel approaches to global issues. You can broaden your horizons an add a student exchange opportunity, or the EU study abroad course where you will travel to Europe for exclusive access to NATO officials.
Sample Courses: Intro to Canadian Government and Politics, Intro to International Relations, International Conflict and its Resolution, Comparative Politics in a Changing World, Political Economy of Agriculture and Food
Specialization Options: Students select one minor to complete as part of their degree: Arabic Studies; Business Administration; Communication, Media, and Film; Economics; Entrepreneurship; French Studies; Geography; History; Indigenous Studies; Jewish Studies; Latin American Studies; Modern Languages; Philosophy; Race and Ethnicity Studies; Sociology; Women’s and Gender Studies
Career Tracks: Diplomatic officer, community rights organizer, foreign correspondent, policy analyst, international development worker
"My education at the University of Windsor has prepared me for the demands of this experience, especially through developing my writing and communication skills. I’d really recommend the Young Diplomats Abroad Program to any other students interested in the foreign service. It’s been everything I could ask for."
BA in International Relations and Development Studies
MA in Political Science
*2 years following degree completion (OUGS Social Sciences, 2019)