If you are interested in engaging deeply with public issues, making a difference, and succeeding in a changing world, Arthur Kroeger College offers programs that provide you excellent foundations on which to build your future. Our innovative, multidisciplinary programs are outlined below. For more information, click on the link to the program website for each.

Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management (BPAPM)
The BPAPM is a limited enrolment policy studies degree that combines interdisciplinary breadth in the study of public affairs with in-depth examination of policy by way of exclusive undergraduate courses. It includes a rich array of experiential learning opportunities that take full advantage of Carleton University’s location in the nation’s capital. It is a versatile degree that opens doors to policy related careers in public service, politics, non-governmental sectors as well as further graduate and professional studies.

Master of Political Management (MPM)
The Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management offers Canada’s only graduate degree in applied politics. The Masters of Political Management is an intensive degree, designed to provide a professional foundation for students who will go on to leadership roles in political offices and parties, campaigns, government relations and communications firms, or national organizations.

Bachelor of Global and International Studies (BGInS)
BGInS is an interdisciplinary undergraduate degree that aims to educate the engaged global citizens of the future. The program includes a multidisciplinary core course sequence and a choice of numerous specializations (undergraduate majors), each of which allows students to explore in more detail a subject matter of interest in them. We expect our students to put into practice what they learn in the classroom, so all Honours students must fulfill an International Experience Requirement. There are six options to choose from, including studying abroad at one of Carleton’s partner universities, working as an intern at one of our partner organizations, working on a service learning project overseas, or taking one of our Carleton courses taught abroad.

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