An applied analysis of specific areas of public policy chosen to reflect current public debates. The primary focus is on Canada, but comparisons with other countries are made where useful to understanding the policy process in Canada. Students apply their knowledge of policy analysis in the context of case studies and/or real world projects with community partners.
Prerequisites: 78 credits including AP/PPAS 3190 6.00 or AP/POLS 3190 6.00 or, for students with equivalent preparation, permission of the Undergraduate Program Director.
Course credit exclusions: AP/PPAS 4300 6.00, AP/GL/POLS 4300 6.00.
PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Prerequisites: 78 credits including AK/POLS 3410 6.00 or, for students with equivalent preparation, permission of the Coordinator of Political Science. Course credit exclusions: AK/PPAS 4200 6.00, AK/PPAS 4300 6.00, AS/GL/POLS 4300 6.00.