Global Studies and International Affairs

The Marianopolis Global Studies and International Affairs profile fosters in students civic engagement that is grounded in a culturally relative understanding of issues through field studies in local and international contexts. Flexible and far-reaching in its scope, this profile allows students to choose three of their courses in each of their last two semesters. Students  enhance their classroom education near and far, with on-campus talks by on-the-ground experts on international matters and field study in such places as Costa Rica, an ideal location in which to learn about sustainability.

WHO SHOULD TAKE IT?

You if you are passionate about global citizenship, ecology, equity and if you wish to understand and eventually tackle challenges near and far.

WHERE DOES IT LEAD?

This profile prepares students for university studies that address 21st Century global issues and lead to careers such as political analysis and diplomacy.

SEMESTER SNAPSHOTS

SEMESTER 1

English

Humanities

Physical Education

Complementary

History of Western Civilization

Introduction to Psychology

Introduction to Research Methods in the Social Sciences


SEMESTER 2

English

French

Humanities

Physical Education

Macroeconomics

Quantitative Methods in the Social Sciences

Choose 2:

Introduction to International Relations

Human Culture and Diversity

World Geography: Diversity Amid Globalization


SEMESTER 3

English

Humanities

Complementary

1 Introductory-level course

3 Upper-level courses


SEMESTER 4

English

French

Physical Education

Integrative Project in the Social Sciences

3 Upper-level courses

Want to know more?

If you have questions about the Social Science program, please contact:

Norma Vite-Leon
Social Science and Commerce Department Chair and Program Coordinator
514.931.8792, ext. 345
n.vite-leon@marianopolis.edu

For more information on applying

Admissions Office
514.931.8792, ext. 300
admissions@marianopolis.edu