This stream is for students who wish to work with communities to create sustainable futures. With the skills learned from these courses, students will be able to engage in, and provide respectful assistance to, hurting communities. Students will learn about historical and contemporary social movements and sociocultural practices.
In addition to the required general courses for Sociology students, students specializing in Community Engagement can take the following:
12 credits of:
- SOCI 310 - Qualitative Methods
- SOCI 321 - Community and Place
- SOCI 361 - Sociology of Development
- 4xx (Major Research Project, in development)
6 credits of:
- SOCI 316 - Aboriginal Issues in Canada
- SOCI 319 - Sociology and the Environment
- SOCI 370 - Marriage and Family
- SOCI 376 - Sociology of Religion
Program streams are carefully selected groups of courses that allow for specialization within a degree program and prepare students for employment and professional studies.