The largest of all faculties at Queen's University
, and one of the original three faculties that founded the school in 1841.
The faculty’s student government
is the Arts and Science Undergraduate Society. ASUS sends eight representatives and its executive to the university-wide undergraduate student government, the AMS
. It also has its own assembly and manages its own set of events, organizations, and committees.
The School of Computing makes its home in Goodwin Hall. It has the highest graduate-undergraduate ratio of any department at Queen's (nearly 2:1). The Turing Award
(called the "Nobel Prize of Computing") has only ever been award to 2 Canadians, one of which was a Queen's alumnus
Psychology is one of the departments at Queen's with the highest enrollment. The psychology department is mostly located in both the Craine and Humphrey buildings. First year classes are often held in the Bioscience Complex or on West Campus. It is competitive and requires high first year marks to continue in the program.
The is one of the oldest departments of political science in Canada. Former faculty members have included John Meisel
who pioneered voting studies in Canada, former Queen's principal Ronald Lampman Watts
an expert in federalism, development theorist Colin Leys
, and Canadian politics/parliamentary expert . It offers undergraduate and graduate courses in International Relations, Comparative Politics, Political... Read More