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Sociology, Honours Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, Primary/Junior
Sociology, Honours Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, Primary/Junior

Sociology, Honours Bachelor of Arts/Bachelor of Education, Primary/Junior

  • ID:LU010281
  • Level:6-Year Combined Degree
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Admission Requirements

Entry Requirements

English Requirements

  • Canadian Academic English Language Assessment (CAEL) or CAEL CE (Computer Edition) or CAEL Online, Minimum Score: 60

  • Cambridge Academic English (C1 Advanced or C2 Proficiency)

  • DuoLingo English Test, Minimum Score: 110

  • International English Language Testing System (IELTS): Applicants must complete the Academic test, not the General test. , Minimum Score: 6.5 (no individual score less than 6.0)

  • Michigan English Test (MET):  Minimum Score: 85

  • Pearson Test of English Academic (PTE Academic), Minimum Score: 58 (no component score less than 50)

  • Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL):  Minimum Score for Internet Based Test (iBT): 80 (no component score less than 19)

  • Minimum Score for Computer Based Test (cBT): 213 (no component score less than 17)

  • Minimum Score for Paper Based Test (pBT) when Speaking is present: 550 (no component score less than 50)

Course Information

The study of Sociology emphasizes the social relationships between people, communities and cultures. By exploring fundamental sociological theories, contemporary thinkers, and a variety of research methods, you will have the opportunity to examine topics including:

  • Health and Aging

  • Marriage and the Family

  • Crime and Deviance

  • Media and Popular Culture

  • Science and Technology

  • Gender and Sexuality

  • Education

  • Northern Communities

  • Discrimination

  • Social Change 

Research and hands-on application is at the core of our programs. You will graduate with the necessary skills to facilitate quantitative and qualitative research and to think creatively and inquisitively in order to better understand social patterns, behaviours and issues. 

Our faculty is actively engaged in diverse areas of research such as Gerontology, Education, Health, Demography, Media, Work and Occupations, Social Psychology, and Northern Studies, providing you with well-rounded course options taught by some of the foremost leaders in the field.

It is our goal to enhance your knowledge of the society in which you live and to increase your ability to think independently and critically.  You will graduate with a strong understanding of social interaction, preparing you for success in virtually any profession.

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First Year :

  • (a) Sociology 1100

  • (b) One FCE in English, French, or Indigenous Language

  • (c) One half-course from Type A courses

  • (d) One FCE in Science (General Science 1000 recommended) (see Concurrent Education Content Regulations #1, regarding eligible Science courses)

  • (e) One FCE elective from Type B courses

  • (f) Education 1050

Second Year:

  • (a) Sociology 2111 and 2911

  • (b) One FCE in Sociology

  • (c) Two and one-half FCE electives

  • (d) Education 2050

Third Year:

  • (a) Sociology 3312, 3311, 3410, 3411

  • (b) One-half FCE elective in Music or Visual Arts

  • (c) One and one half FCE electives

  • (d) Sociology 2755 or Sociology 3818

  • (e) One-half FCE Education elective (see Electives in he Department of Undergraduate Studies in Education Courses list)

  • Note: Concurrent Education students should check the timetable for Pre-Professional Program course offerings.

Fourth Year:

  • (a) Sociology 4313

  • (b) Either Sociology 4411 and one-half FCE in Sociology at the fourth year level, or Sociology 4105

  • (c) One FCE in Sociology at the third or fourth year level

  • (d) One-half FCE in Sociology at the fourth year level

  • (e) Two FCE electives

  • Fifth and Sixth Years (2-Year Professional Program):

  • Concurrent Education (Primary/Junior) requirements

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Career Opportunity

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Future Careers

Community Affairs and Social Organizations

  • Child and Youth Work

  • Human Resources

  • Program Evaluation

  • Management

  • Counselling & Social Work


  • Child Development Worker

  • Education Policy Analyst

  • School Resource Officer

  • School Counsellor


  • Family Court Support Worker

  • Probation Officer

  • Social Programs Officer

  • Youth Court Worker

  • Police Officer

  • Aboriginal Liaison

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Overseas Student Health Cover

Health Insurance: 580 per year

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