<p>I saw a post a from a little while back on this, but I thought I'd bring it up again to see what the response was. All the schools I applied to, it was for the Foreign Affairs/International Relations major.
Once I got into McGill and started to seriously consider it, I tried to find the same thing. From what I gather, students can take Political Science, with classes in those 4 subcatagories. (First question) For the PoliSci major, do you have to take courses in all 4 groups or can you take them in one? From what I understand, you can take a majority of your courses in one of the catagories (say, International), but you still have to take courses in the other 3. I'll keep going...
So, there is also the decision to do PoliSci with an International Relations Minor. (Second question) Does that minor allow me to concentrate on the international aspect of PoliSci the most, not requiring me to take classes in the other catagories or what?
Also, I am fluent in Farsi (Persian...language of Iran). I'd like to double major in a language....either Arabic or Farsi. (Last series of questions) Is that possible? Too much work?
Thanks for sticking with me through that. Any response would be greatly appreciated.</p>
<p>take it easy guys.</p>