Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs is the administrative home for the Bachelor of Pubic Affairs and Policy Management, the Bachelor of Global and International Studies, the Master of Political Management and the Master in Migration and Diaspora Studies. Our innovative, multidisciplinary programs are outlined below.
Bachelor of Public Affairs and Policy Management (BPAPM)
The BPAPM is a versatile, limited enrolment policy studies degree that opens doors to policy related careers in public service, politics, non-governmental sectors as well as further graduate and professional studies. This degree combines multidisciplinary study in public affairs with in-depth examination of policy. This degree includes a rich array of experiential learning opportunities that take full advantage of Carleton University’s location in the nation’s capital.
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, and a mandatory International Experience Requirement for all Honours students.
Master of Political Management (MPM)
The Clayton H. Riddell Graduate Program in Political Management is an intensive Master 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.
Migration and Diaspora Studies (MDS)
Migration and Diaspora Studies (MDS) offers interdisciplinary graduate programs that combine cutting edge academic inquiry into social, cultural, political, and economic aspects of the movement of people with valuable experiential learning opportunities. MDS offers an MA Program and Graduate Diploma Programs. MDS also offers an undergraduate specialization in Global Migration and Transnationalism as part of Carleton’s flagship Bachelor of Global and International Studies Degree.
Tuesday, February 4, 2020
Dean’s Honour List Takes Downtown Ottawa
This story was originally published by the Faculty of Public Affairs on Thursday, January 30, 2020. Faculty of Public Affairs students arrived at the National Arts Centre on January 28th with big smiles and parents, family, and...
This story was originally published by the Faculty of Public Affairs on Thursday, January 30, 2020. Faculty of Public Affairs students arrived at the National Arts Centre on January 28th with big smiles and parents, family, and friends in tow. More than 400 people filled the Canada Room, overlooking the iconic Rideau Canal...