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Western University Faculty of Social Science

Western University Faculty of Social Science

Western University Faculty of Social Science


One of the largest and most diverse Social Science Faculties in Canada, we have eight-core Departments – Anthropology, Economics, Geography, History, the DAN Department of Management & Organizational Studies, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology—and the interdisciplinary Department of Gender, Sexuality, and Women's Studies (which is also part of Arts and Humanities). We also offer innovative academic programs such as American Studies, Applied Archaeology; Commercial Aviation; Indigenous Studies; International Relations, Migration and Ethnic Relations; Public Administration, Public History. As of April 2017, the Faculty has more than 235 full-time faculty members, 6,500 undergraduate students and 660 graduate students. We also have an alumni network of more than 70,000 graduates living around the globe.

As an indication of our students' quality, Western’s 2015-16 undergraduate entry cohort had the highest entrance average of any university in the country. In terms of research influence and reputation, the Faculty consistently ranks among the top 100 Social Science Faculties in the world by the Higher Education Evaluation and Accreditation Council, the QS Corporation, and the Academic Rankings of World Universities. Our professors have also received numerous teaching honours, including several prestigious 3M Teaching Awards. The combination of our research excellence and high-quality instruction is an important reason why student surveys demonstrate that Western provides the ‘best student experience among Canada’s research-intensive universities.

Program Admission Requirements

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