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Journeyman said:The degrees are two separate programs.
The Department is combined Politics and Economics, primarily to realize financial benefits such as sharing otherwise non-optimally employed administrative staff (eg: not sure of the numbers, but say a Politics Dept would require two clerks and Economics Dept would require two clerks, but amalgamated, Politics and Economics can operate using three clerks).
Bang on, RMC is a small institution, the undergrad student body doesn't go above a thousand so you can imagine that the arts deps are pretty small. Separate econ and politics departments are simply not warranted at this point.