Streamline Your Courses, Enhance Your Learning Experience: A Guide for Sociology Majors

 

Department of Sociology offers multiple courses in a variety of subject. Our faculty specialize and teach courses in wide-ranging areas. The Department’s research and teaching are grouped in four major areas. These are:

The following guideline is intended to help students majoring in Sociology who wish to focus on specific areas of research with streamlining their courses. Please note that following courses exclude the required courses for Major, Minor, or General Degrees in Sociology. Please also note that the following streamlined courses are only suggestions that are meant to enhance the students’ experience of their area(s) of interest and organize their electives.

Ecology, Global Issues & Social Movements

  • SOCI 202 – Constructing Social Problems
  • SOCI 215 – Class and Social Inequality
  • SOCI 220 – Media and Contemporary Society
  • SOCI 307 – Regulation and Social Control
  • SOCI 310 – Religion in Society
  • SOCI 316 – Social Movements
  • SOCI 318 – Social Change
  • SOCI 326 – Social Networks
  • SOCI 331 – Politics and Society
  • SOCI 355 – The Corporation, Capitalism, and Globalization
  • SOCI 383 – Feminisms in Theory and Practice
  • SOCI 384 – Colonialism, Postcoloniality and Indigenous Resurgence
  • SOCI 388 – Sociology of Food and Eating
  • SOCI 436 – Issues in Sociology and Social Justice
  • SOCI 437 – Issues in Environmental Sociology and Climate Change 

 Gender, Racialization & Ethnicity

  • SOCI 103 – Canadian Society
  • SOCI 202 – Constructing Social Problems
  • SOCI 204 – Self, Identity and Society
  • SOCI 205 – Sociological Perspectives on Family Relationships
  • SOCI 235 – Racialization and Ethnicity
  • SOCI 281 – Sociology of Genders
  • SOCI 305B – Families and Social Change
  • SOCI 316 – Social Movements
  • SOCI 318 – Social Change
  • SOCI 382 – Sociology of Sexualities
  • SOCI 383 – Feminisms in Theory and Practice
  • SOCI 388 – Sociology of Food and Eating
  • SOCI 435 – Issues in Gender, Sexuality and Trans Communities
  • SOCI 436 – Issues in Sociology and Social Justice

 Sociology of Crime and Law

  • SOCI 202 – Constructing Social Problems
  • SOCI 206 – Crime and Deviance
  • SOCI 215 – Class and Social Inequality
  • SOCI 307 – Regulation and Social Control
  • SOCI 312 – White-Collar Crime
  • SOCI 313 – Sociology of Law
  • SOCI 434 – Issues in Deviance, Crime, Law and Social Control

 Health, Aging & Society

  • SOCI 202 – Constructing Social Problems
  • SOCI 204 – Self, Identity, and Society
  • SOCI 205 – Sociological Perspectives on Family Relationships
  • SOCI 281 – Sociology of Genders
  • SOCI 285 – Health over the Life Course
  • SOCI 305B – Families and Social Change
  • SOCI 327 – International Perspectives on Inequities in Health and Health Care
  • SOCI 345 – Sociology of Mental Health
  • SOCI 382 – Sociology of Sexualities
  • SOCI 385 – Sociology of Aging
  • SOCI 389 – Death and Dying
  • SOCI 432 – Issues in Health and Aging
  • SOCI 433 – Issues in Demography and Families
  • SOCI 436 – Issues in Sociology and Social Justice
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