Course Summary

Course Description

Sociology graduates can expect to have access to a wide range of careers in business, teaching, research, government service, social agencies and a number of professional and semi-professional occupations. 

First Year Course Requirements

SOCI 111 Introduction to Sociology 1
SOCI 121 Introduction to Sociology 2

Second Year Course Requirements (one of):

SOCI 201 Race and Ethnic Relations
SOCI 210 Canadian Social Structure
SOCI 213 Women in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 216 The Family in Cross-Cultural Perspective
SOCI 223 Collective Behaviour
SOCI 226 Medical Sociology
SOCI 250 Crime and Society
SOCI 259 Deviance and Control
MATH 120 Introduction to Statistics

Third and Fourth Year Course Requirements

SOCI 350 Theoretical and Methodological Problems in Sociology 

and one of:
SOCI 380 Introduction to Social Survey Design and Analysis
SOCI 382 Socio-Ethnographic Research Methods in Sociology
Plus at least 21 credits from 3rd and 4th year Sociology courses.

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