Why a Sociology Module?

  • Award-winning teachers and researchers who research and publish in a variety of areas within the discipline.
  • Areas of specialty include Migration and Social Inequality.
  • Students who study sociology, gain a deeper understanding of the social world around them.
  • We offer a range of courses, modules, and degree options.
  • Approximately 125 courses exploring many different areas of social life including social inequality, policing, violence against women, health, aging and the life course, population studies, immigration, the family, work, youth, deviance, education, identity and more.
  • 7 modules: Honours Specialization in Sociology, Specialization in Sociology, Major in Sociology, Minor in Sociology, Honours Specialization in Criminology, Major in Criminology, and a Minor in Criminology.

Academic Calendar

 

Examples of Social Inequality courses: 

  • Sociology 2140 - Social Problems
  • Sociology 2144 A/B - Sociology of Education
  • Sociology 2180 A/B - Development of Health Inequalities
  • Sociology 2212 A/B - Women and Third World Development
  • Sociology 2228 A/B - Social Inequality in Canada
  • Sociology 2229 A/B - Global Inequality
  • Sociology 3341 F/G - The Social Construction of Gender
  • Sociology 3347 F/G - Current Issues in Stratification

 

Examples of courses in Various Dimensions of Social Experience:

  • Sociology 2106 A/B - Technology and Society
  • Sociology 2144 A/B - Sociology of Education
  • Sociology 2166 A/B - Organization & Experience at Work
  • Sociology 2172 A/B - Advertising and Society
  • Sociology 2233 - Social Psychology
  • Sociology 2235 - The Family
  • Sociology 3301 F/G - The Internet and Society
  • Sociology 3362 F/G - Sociology of Utopia
  • Sociology 4401 F/G - Everyday Life
  • Sociology 4416 F/G - Migration

 

Examples of Criminology courses:

  • Sociology 2259 - Sociology of Deviance
  • Sociology 2266 A/B - Introduction to Criminology
  • Sociology 2267 A/B - Youth in Conflict with the Law
  • Sociology 3312 A/B - Wrongfully Convicted
  • Sociology 3260 A/B - Sociology of Law
  • Sociology 3358 F/G - Women and Crime
  • Sociology 4442 F/G - Serial Killers
  • Sociology 4451 F/G - Policing and Society