Sociology involves the study of societies, specifically their institutions, cultures, and transformations. Sociologists seek to uncover the processes, rules, and norms that govern social relations. They seek to understand issues such as the origins and consequences of social inequalities and collective behaviours. In our programs, students have the opportunity to apply theoretical approaches to real-world cases and learn how to use research tools such as interviewing, discourse analysis, surveys, and statistical analyses. The connection between theory and research enables students to understand a range of contemporary social issues, such as poverty, ethnic relations, deviance, gender relations, international development, power, and technology.
This program is offered in English and in French.
The table below includes only discipline-specific courses. Please refer to the Academic Regulations for information on including a minor to your degree.
Requirements for this program have been modified. Please consult the 2021-2022 calendars for the previous requirements.
|SOC 1104||Sociology: Big Questions||3 Units|
|SOC 2117||Sociological Theory: From 19th Century to First World War||3 Units|
|SOC 2118||Sociological Theory: Mid-20th Century||3 Units|
|15 optional course units in sociology (SOC)||15 Units|
|6 optional course units in sociology (SOC) at the 3000 or 4000 level||6 Units|