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How it works

The WSSR offer a series of courses for credit, all of which are open to students from all disciplines. See more about our courses:

Type of student Course code See course requirements
Undergraduate INTE 298 Course outline will be available soon

New to university or simply want to perfect your research paper writing skills? Starting in Fall 2018, you can register for our new course INTE298: Writing a Research Paper 101.

This course is ideal for students who would like to learn how to draft a solid research paper.

It consists of six day-long workshops (see below) that are specifically designed to walk you through how to plan for, structure and organize, research, analyze and synthesize, compile and write a research paper. You will also learn how to properly cite and document your references.

Fall 2018 Schedule (Section A):

Workshop Dates and times
Orientation September 7th 9:00am-10:45am
Workshop 1 September 21st 9:00am-4:30pm
Workshop 2 October 5th 9:00am-4:30pm
Workshop 3 October 19th 9:00am-4:30pm
Workshop 4 November 2nd 9:00am-4:30pm
Workshop 5 November 16th 9:00am-4:30pm
Workshop 6 November 30th 9:00am-4:30pm

Eligibility
Undergraduate students from all disciplines are welcome to take INTE298 for credit.

How to register
Enrollment in this course is simple, just visit myconcordia.ca -> My Student Centre
You can search for the course code INTE298 in Fall 2018 "Writing a Research Paper 101", or add the course by Class Nbr "9568".

For detailed enrollment instructions, visit https://www.concordia.ca/students/your-sis.html#course-registration

If you have any questions, please call us at 514-848-2424 x7854, x5473.

Type of student Course code See course requirements
Undergraduate POLI 480* and WSDB 498 Download Spring 2018 course outline

*previously POLI 489

Students from all disciplines can take the WSSR credit course either as a Department of Political Science (POLI480) or a Simone de Beauvoir Institute (WSDB498) course.

To pursue these WSSR credit options (3 credits), you must sign up for and attend six days' worth of workshops as well as register for and successfully complete the course requirements.

Students are required to attend only the days of the workshops that they select. Note that all workshops run from 9:00am-4:30pm.

Eligibility
Undergraduate students from all disciplines are welcome to take the above WSSR courses for credit. In order to be permitted to register for the WSSR credit option, you must have completed at least 60 credits toward your program.

How to register
To register for the WSSR credit option, you must first request and obtain permission from the Department of Political Science. To do so, simply complete the appropriate "Permission Request" form below.

Once you have completed your "Permission Request" form, your request will be assessed promptly, and you will be notified by e-mail. Please do not forget to provide a valid e-mail on the "Permission Request" form.

Note that you will be asked to provide an unofficial copy of your university transcript. For information on how to access your unofficial transcript from your Concordia portal, download this form: view an unofficial transcript

If you have any questions, please call us at 514-848-2424 x7854, x5473.

Type of student Course code See course requirements
Master's
POLI 683 Download Spring 2018 course outline
PhD POLI 815 Download Spring 2018 course outline

Graduate students from all disciplines can take the WSSR for credit as a Department of Political Science (POLI683/815) course.

To pursue the WSSR credit option (3 credits), you must sign up for and attend six days' worth of workshops as well as register for and successfully complete the course requirements of the above courses depending on the type of student that you are (Master's or PhD).

Students are required to attend only the days of the workshops that they select. Note that all workshops run from 9:00am-4:30pm.

Eligibility
Graduate students from all disciplines are welcome to take the WSSR for credit. Be sure to consult with your Graduate Program Director (GPD) in order to confirm that you are eligible to receive credit toward your degree. Please email confirmation of eligibility from your GPD to wssr@concordia.ca once you have completed and submitted your "Permission Request" form (see below). For a list of Concordia GPDs and GPAs see: http://www.concordia.ca/academics/graduate/program-contacts.html

How to register
To register for the WSSR credit option, you must first request and obtain permission from the Department of Political Science. To do so, simply complete the appropriate "Permission Request" form below.

Once you have completed your "Permission Request" form, your request will be assessed promptly, and you will be notified by e-mail. Please do not forget to provide a valid e-mail on the "Permission Request" form.

Note that you will be asked to provide an unofficial copy of your university transcript. For information on how to access your unofficial transcript from your Concordia portal, download this form: view an unofficial transcript

If you have any questions, please call us at 514-848-2424 x7854, x5473.


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