Beautiful campus situated on the niagara escarpment and surrounded by the Bruce Trail. Brock is known for it's excellence as a teachers institution.
Programme objective: This multidisciplinary and interdisciplinary program will equip students with the necessary tools to consider the interplay between discipline-specific topics and broader issues relevant to the Canadian, American, or North American landscape, while taking courses on both campuses. Students will have the opportunity to explore their field of research from both a Canadian and an American perspective. Students will undertake comparative analysis of social, economic, political, and cultural issues in the two nations. The courses will be taught by tenured (and tenure-track) faculty in the Humanities and Social Sciences at both universities.
1 year (3 terms)
|Interdisciplinary Methods and Field Research in the Binational Niagara Region, An Overview of Canadian Studies, Cultures of U.S. Empire, Canadian_American Relations, Borderlands- Understanding the Binational Niagara Region, The political Economy of North|
The ability to demonstrate relevant professional experience will be given individual consideration
Teacher/Professor Journalist Policy Advisor Editor Probation officer