The BGInS core faculty members are appointed full-time to the Arthur Kroeger College of Public Affairs, the home of the Bachelor of Global and International Studies. They teach the GINS core courses within the degree and are the primary point of academic contact for BGInS students.
The BGInS affiliated faculty members are drawn from 19 different academic units in the Faculty of Arts and Social Sciences and the Faculty of Public Affairs. They teach the courses that comprise the 17 Specializations within the degree; they are the primary point of academic contact for the Specializations.
The BGInS Visitors are distinguished scholars and practitioners who participate in the life of the program on short-term basis. Annually, we welcome a Visiting Professor for one term, and a Fellow-in-Residence for the full academic year.
The BGInS staff provide the administrative support for the degree.