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Bachelor of Arts (b.a.) - Sociology
Bachelor of Arts (b.a.) - Sociology

Bachelor of Arts (b.a.) - Sociology

  • ID:US010099
  • Level:4-Year Bachelor's Degree
  • Duration:
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  • Type:Full-time

Fees (CAD)

  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,040.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$3,600.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$611.75
  • TuitionFee/Year:$18,040.00
  • LivingFee/Year:$3,600.00
  • OtherFee/Year:$611.75

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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

  •  Required high school classes

  • SL or HL Mathematics

  • SL or HL Biology or Chemistry or Physics

  • Students can be admitted into this college with one subject deficiency that must be cleared before the second year of study.

  • Required grade average

  • Early admission: 24

  • If you apply by the early admission deadline and have an average of 24 or higher, you will be eligible for early admission.

  • Regular admission: 24

  • After the early admission deadline, we'll continue accepting applications until the final deadline. All applicants will be ranked by admission average and spaces will be offered to the top applicants. Based on last year's applicants, we expect to offer admission to students with an 24 average or above.

English Requirements

  • IELTS: Overall Band Score: 6.5 With minimum individual scores of:

    • Reading: 6

    • Listening: 6

    • Speaking: 6

    • Writing: 6

  • TOEFL: Internet Based:86 With minimum individual scores of:

    • Reading: 19

    • Listening: 19

    • Speaking: 19

    • Writing: 19

Course Information

Sociology is the study of human social life, focusing on developing an understanding of changes in social structure and human interaction on an individual, societal and global level.

What you will learn

You will examine human behavior and why people interact the way they do. You will focus on current social issues and the evolutionary changes of societies as you explore criminology and legal studies, race and ethnic relations, medical sociology, labour and education, agriculture and development, women's and gender studies, mass media and communications, and religion.You will also have the opportunity to develop skills related to research methods, critical thinking, problem-solving, and communication.

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A first-year schedule sample

This degree program is flexible and offers you the opportunity to take courses in many different subject areas. Here’s what a typical first-year schedule might look like:

  • Fall Term

  • SOC 111, Foundations in Sociology Society Structure Process

  • PSY 120*, Biological and Cognitive Bases of Psychology

  • HIST 115*, History Matters Ideas and Culture

  • ENG 113*, Literature and Composition Reading Narrative

  • IS 110*, Global Issues

  • Winter Term

  • SOC 112, Foundations in Sociology Social Construction of Everyday Life

  • PSY 121*, Social Clinical Cultural and Developmental Bases of Psychology

  • WGST 112*, Introduction to Womens and Gender Studies

  • ENG 114*, Literature and Composition Reading Culture

  • CMPT 120*, Digital Document Processing

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Pre Courses

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Career Opportunity

Career Opportunity

  • Many Sociology graduates find themselves in unique and fulfilling jobs, in areas such as politics, education, administration, business, communications, corrections and law, public relations, community affairs or research.

    Some career opportunities include:

  • Community agencies

  • Social services and counselling

  • Corrections and criminal justice

  • Youth justice

  • Human rights and advocacy

  • Probation or parole

  • Public administration

  • Public policy and human resources

  • Public relations

  • Sociology and academia

  • Social research

  • Social work

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