We participate in social structures each and every day. Some of these structures are incredibly positive and allow for society flourish, others look good at first glance but digging deeper reveals how they rely on the constant oppression of others.
Learn to make a difference in the lives of people around you. Think abstractly about life and society, and prepare yourself for careers in social work, our legal system, correctional services, and more.
In addition to the required general courses for Sociology students, students specializing in the General stream can take the following:
9 credits of:
- SOCI 316 - Aboriginal Issues in Canada
- SOCI 309 - Methods of Inquiry and Analysis in the Social Sciences
- SOCI 345 - Media and Society
- SOCI 362 - Science and Society
- SOCI 370 - Marriage and Family
- SOCI 376 - Sociology of Religion
6 credits of:
Program streams are carefully selected groups of courses that allow specialization within a degree program and prepare students for employment and professional study in areas of interest.