The Bachelor of Social Science allows students to cover the fundamentals of the social sciences. In addition, it is an excellent springboard to studies in law or education.
This program is offered in English and in French.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2020-2021 calendars for the previous requirements.
A minimum of 27 course units at the 3000 or 4000 level is required.
|ENG 1100||Workshop in Essay Writing||3 Units|
|ENG 1120||Selected Topics in Literature and Composition||3 Units|
|SCS 1150||Introduction to Social Sciences||3 Units|
|SCS 2150||Social Sciences and Research||3 Units|
|One option from the following:||6 Units|
Option 1 - Social Innovation and Community Engagement Focus
|Social Sciences and Changing Societies|
|Social Innovation and Community Engagement|
Option 2 - Social Innovation and Social Justice Focus
|Social Innovation and Social Justice - Practicum|
3 optional course units from the list of courses of the Venture Initiative 1
|12 optional course units from at least four of the following programs: Anthropology (ANT), Criminology (CRM), International Development and Globalization (DVM), Conflicts Studies and Human Rights (ECH), Economics (ECO), Feminist and Gender Studies (FEM), Public Administration (PAP), Political Science (POL), Psychology (PSY), Sociology (SOC), Social Work (SVS). 2||12 Units|
|A major offered by the Faculty of Social Sciences||42 Units|
|Any combination of a second major, a minor, options and elective course units||48 Units|
For more information and to access the list of courses offered, please contact the School of Sociological and Anthropological Studies.
The selected programs must be different from the ones selected for the majors and the minor.