A major in Sociology requires:
- SOC 100 - Introductory Sociology
- SOC 210 - Introduction to Social Statistics
- SOC 212 - Classical Social Theory
- SOC 315 - Introduction to Social Methodology
- SOC 335 - Themes in Contemporary Social Theory
- ★6 in SOC at the 300- or 400-level
- ★6 in SOC at the 400-level
- SOC 241 - Social Psychology
- SOC 251 - Population and Society
- SOC 260 - Inequality and Social Stratification
- SOC 269 - Introductory Sociology of Globalization
Theory and statistics/methodology coursework should be completed as soon as possible.
It is recommended that Sociology majors:
- Register in SOC 100 in the first year
- Check ahead to see what 200-, 300-, and 400-level courses most interest you to build in appropriate prerequisite courses into your program.
- Each year, request to have your Program Checklist updated by the Faculty of Arts Student Services office (to track the progress of degree completion).