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SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY

PROGRAMS
ANTHROPOLOGY
Honours Anthropology (Note: As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to the program.)
Combined Honours Anthropology Program (Note: As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to the program.)
Minor in Anthropology
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS): Anthropology

SOCIOLOGY
General Sociology
Honours Sociology
Combined Honours Sociology Programs
Minor in Sociology
Combined Honours in Sociology and Criminology
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS): Sociology

CRIMINOLOGY
Honours Criminology
Combined Honours Criminology Programs
Minor in Forensic and Cultural Anthropology
Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS): Criminology

FAMILY AND SOCIAL RELATIONS
General Family and Social Relations
Honours Family and Social Relations
Combined Honours Family and Social Relations
Minor in Family and Social Relations

Minor in Studies of Sexuality


COURSES
SOCIOLOGY, ANTHROPOLOGY AND CRIMINOLOGY


ANTHROPOLOGY

Anthropology is the comparative study of cultures, societies and human diversity across space and time. Uniquely in academia, anthropology integrates approaches across the social and natural sciences and humanities to understand the human condition. Anthropologists emphasize human variation and the situated and subjective ways humans create meaning, value and engage in social within wider technological, economic and political forces. A background in Anthropology is excellent preparation for careers in public service, non-government organizations, international agencies, the education sector, and museums, in Canada – one of the most culturally diverse countries in the world – and beyond. Anthropology prepares you for the world.

Honours Anthropology
(Note: As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to this program.)

Degree Requirements

Total courses: forty
(a) 48-111, 48-112, SACR-2130, SACR-3900, SACR-3560, SACR-4150
(b) One of SACR-2140 or SACR-2150
(c) Four additional courses from the following: SACR-3230,SACR-3150,SACR-3390,SACR-3400,SACR-3520,SACR-3750
(d) SACR-4120
(e) Four other courses in Anthropology
(f) two courses from Arts
(g) two courses from Languages or Science
(h) two courses from any area of study outside Social Science
(i) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(j) SOSC-2500;
(k) seven courses from any area of study, including Anthropology and any Sociology courses that are cross-listed with Anthropology;
(l) eight courses from any area of study, excluding Anthropology and any Sociology courses that are cross-listed with Anthropology.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Note: Anthropology Honours students interested in graduate studies in Sociology should include the following courses in their program: SACR-3910, SACR-3080, plus one course from SACR-4030, SACR-4050, or its equivalent.

Combined Honours Anthropology Programs
(Note: As of Fall 2013, there are no new admissions to this program.)

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) 48-111, 48-112, SACR-2130, SACR-3900, SACR-3560, SACR-4150, SACR-4120; plus five other Anthropology courses at the 2000 level or above.
(b) Course Requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(c) GART-1500, GART-1510:
(d) SOSC-2500;
(e) two courses from Arts
(f) two courses from Languages or Science
(g) two courses from any area of study outside Social Science
(h) additional options (if required) to a total of forty.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Minor in Anthropology

Required: six courses, including SACR-1100 or SACR-1000; SACR-2200; SACR-2130 or SACR-2150; and three of SACR-3230, SACR-3150, SACR-3380, SACR-3390, SACR-3560 or SACR-3910, SACR-4120, SACR-4150.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Anthropology

Major Concentration: 48-111; 48-112; four 2000-level courses; SACR-3560; three 3000-level courses; two other 4000-level courses.

Minor Concentration: 48-111; 48-112; one 2000-level course; and three other Anthropology courses at the 3rd year or above.


SOCIOLOGY

Sociology is the study of societies, social life, and social change. It investigates social, cultural and demographic issues in Canada and around the world. Topics covered include: sexuality, popular culture, inequality, migration, race, ethnicity, class, gender, values, health, family dynamics, law, social movements, institutions, and community. A degree in sociology provides rigorous training in fundamental research, analytical, and communication skills, research ethics, social research techniques and design, and theory. Program Strengths: comprehensive; fosters critical thinking; research-driven; attentive to global, national, and local dynamics and issues.

General Sociology

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: thirty.
(a) SACR-1100 (recommended) or SACR-1000, SACR-2200, SACR-2900, SACR-2910, SACR-3900, SACR-3910 or SACR-3560.
(b) three Sociology (SACR-) courses at the 3000 or 4000 level
(c) one additional Sociology (SACR-)course;
(d )two courses from Arts;
(e) two courses from Languages or Science;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(g) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(h) six courses from any area of study, including Sociology (SACR-);
(i) six courses from any area of study, excluding Sociology (SACR-) and any Anthropology courses cross-listed with Sociology.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Honours Sociology

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) SACR-1100 (recommended) or SACR-1000 SACR-2200, SACR-2900, SACR-2910, SACR-3080, SACR-3900, and SACR-3910 or SACR-3560;
(b) four Sociology (SACR-) courses at the 3000 level (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under*)
(c) two Sociology (SACR*) courses at the 4000 level (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under*)
(d) two additional Sociology (SACR-) courses (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under*)
(e) two courses from Arts;
(f) two courses from Languages or Science;
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(h) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(i) SOSC-2500;
(j) seven courses from Arts, Languages, or Social Sciences, including Sociology (SACR-XXXX);
(k) nine courses from any area of study, excluding Sociology (SACR-XXXX) and any Anthropology courses cross-listed with Sociology.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (d), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

* SACR- Criminology courses: SACR-2600, SACR-2620, SACR-3620, SACR-3630, SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3710, SACR-3730, SACR-3740, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650 ,SACR-4670 and SACR-4910.

Combined Honours Sociology Programs
(To combine Sociology with Criminology, see Combined Honours in Sociology and Criminology below.)

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) SACR-1100 (strongly recommended) or SACR-1000, SACR-2200, SACR-2900, SACR-2910, SACR-3080, 408-390, and SACR-3910 or SACR-3560;
(b) four Sociology (SACR-) courses at the 3000 level (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under *);
(c) two Sociology (SACR-) courses at the 4000 level (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under *);
(d) two additional Sociology (SACR-) courses (excluding SACR- Criminology courses listed under *)

*SACR- Criminology courses: SACR-2600, SACR-2620, SACR-3620, SACR-3630, SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3710, SACR-3730, SACR-3740, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650, SACR-4670, and SACR-4910

Course Requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(a) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(b) SOSC-2500 (or equivalent);
(c) two courses from Arts;
(d) two courses from Languages or Science;
(e) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(f) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) and (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study..

Combined Honours in Sociology and Criminology

Degree Requirements: 40
(a) SACR-1100 (strongly recommended) or SACR-1000, SACR-2200, SACR-2600, SACR-2620, SACR-2900, SACR-2910, and SACR-3080 or SACR-3900*
(b) SACR-3560 or SACR-3730 or SACR-3910
(c) four of SACR-2040, SACR-2050, SACR-2130, SACR-2140, SACR-2150, SACR-2270, SACR-2280, SACR-2400, SACR-2100, SACR-3010, SACR-3050, SACR-3060, SACR-3230, SACR-3270, SACR-3290, SACR-3330, SACR-3150, SACR-3380, SACR-3390, SACR-3400, SACR-3410, SACR-3500, SACR-3510, SACR-3520, SACR-3530, SACR-3540
(d) one of SACR-4030, SACR-4050, SACR-4080, SACR-4150, SACR-4160, SACR-4220, SACR-4250, SACR-4290, and SACR-4510
(e) four of SACR-3230, SACR-3610, SACR-3620, SACR-3630; SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3710, SACR-3740, and SACR-3820
(f) one of SACR-4210, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650, SACR-4670, SACR-4910
(g) two courses from Arts;
(h) two courses from Languages or Science;
(i) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(j) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(k) SOSC-2500;
(l) seven courses from Arts, Languages, or Social Sciences, including Sociology (SACR-);
m) 6 courses from any area of study, excluding Sociology and Criminology (SACR-) courses

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirement (a) to (f), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study..

*Students considering graduate schools that require training in both qualitative and statistical methods or careers in data analysis are advised to take both SACR-3080 and SACR-3900.


Minor in Sociology

Required: six Sociology courses, including SACR-1100 or SACR-1000 and five courses at the 2000 level or above.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Sociology

Major Concentration SACR-1100; SACR-2910; SOSC-2500; SACR-2900; SACR-3910; SACR-3900; three 3000-level or above courses; two 4000-level courses.

Minor Concentration: SACR-1100; plus two additional 2000-level course; three courses at the 3000-level or above.

Notes:
1. Students are encouraged to closely review prerequisites for other Sociology courses to ensure appropriate planning of their program of study.
2. Students interested in taking Criminology courses in years three and four will need to have the criminology prerequisites SACR-2600 and SACR-2620.

CRIMINOLOGY

Criminology examines criminal activity, legal issues, and the criminal justice system, focusing on the social causes and consequences of crime, illegalities, harms, and regulation. Topics covered typically include: victimology, penology, the environment, white collar crime, policing, security, surveillance, drugs, media and culture, deviance, youth, gender, law, and policy. It provides rigorous training in analytical and communication skills, social research techniques and design, research ethics, and theory. The program is comprehensive, research driven, and attentive to global and local issues. It fosters critical thinking, and experiential learning.

Honours Criminology

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty
(a) SACR-1100 (recommended) or SACR-1000, SACR-2910, SACR-2900, SACR-2600, SACR-2620, SACR-3080, SACR-3900;
(b) two of SACR-2200, SACR-2040,SACR-2050, SACR-2130, SACR-2140, SACR-2150, SACR-2270, SACR-2280, SACR-2400, SACR-2100, SACR-3010, SACR-3050, SACR-3060, SACR-3230, SACR-3270, SACR-3290, SACR-3330, SACR-3150, SACR-3380, SACR-3390, SACR-3400, SACR-3410, SACR-3500, SACR-3510, SACR-3520, SACR-3530, SACR-3540
(c) SACR-3560 or SACR-3730 or SACR-3910
(d) three of SACR-3610, SACR-3620, SACR-3630, SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3500, SACR-3740, SACR-3820, and SACR-3710;
(e) two 4000-level courses, including one of SACR-4210, SACR-4510, SACR-4910, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650, SACR-4670
(f) two courses from Arts;
(g) two courses from Languages or Science;
(h) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(i) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(j) SOSC-2500;
(k) seven courses from Arts, Languages, Social Sciences, including Sociology
(l) nine courses from any area of study, excluding Sociology and any Anthropology courses cross-listed with Sociology.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (e), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Recommended Courses:
Anthropology: SACR-3230
History: HIST-1240, HIST-2180, HIST-2440, HIST-2470, HIST-2500, HIST-2510, HIST-2470
Labour Studies: WORK-1000, WORK-2000
Philosophy: PHIL-2210, PHIL-1290, PHIL-2260
Political Science: POLS-1000, POLS-1300, POLS-1600, POLS-2110, POLS-2130, POLS-2140, POLS-2210, POLS-2670, POLS-2680, POLS-3090, POLS-3140, POLS-3210
Psychology: PSYC-1150, PSYC-1160, PSYC-2200, PSYC-2230, PSYC-2240, PSYC-2360, PSYC-3330, PSYC-3220, PSYC-3300, PSYC-2280
Women Studies: WGST-1000, WGST-2200, WGST-2700, WGST-3100, WGST-3300

Notes:
1) Students interested in government service should include French language courses in their studies; other non-English language courses also are recommended.

Combined Honours Criminology Programs
(To combine Criminology with Sociology, see Combined Honours in Sociology and Criminology above.)

An Honours Criminology Degree can be combined with a specialization in another subject (e.g., psychology, political science, etc.).

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) Criminology: fifteen courses including SACR-1100 (strongly recommended) or SACR-1000, SACR-2910, SACR-2900, SACR-2600, SACR-2620, SACR-3080, SACR-3900; SACR-3730 or SACR-3910 or SACR-3560; three of SACR-3610, SACR-3620, SACR-3630, SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3500, SACR-3740, SACR-3820, and SACR-3710; two 4000-level courses, including one of SACR-4210, SACR-4500, SACR-4910, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650, SACR-4670; and two of any other Sociology (SACR-) courses.
(b) Course Requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(c) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(d) SOSC-2500;
(e) two courses from Arts;
(f) two courses from Languages or Science;
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(h) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty courses.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Notes:
1) Students interested in government service should include French language courses among their options; other non-English language courses also are recommended.
2) Students are encouraged to closely review prerequisites for other courses to ensure appropriate planning of their program of study.

Minor in Forensic and Cultural Anthropology

Required: SACR-2130; SACR-2150; SACR-3230, SACR--3380; SACR-4150; and one of SACR-2140, SACR-3150, SACR-3400, SACR-3540.

Major and Minor Concentrations - Bachelor of Interdisciplinary Arts and Science (IAS) - Criminology

Major Concentration: SACR-1100; two of SACR-2130, SACR-2270, SACR-2400, SACR-2100, SACR-3270, SACR-3330, SACR-3390, SACR-3510, SACR-3520, SACR-3530, SACR-3540; SACR-2910; SACR-2900; SACR-2600; SACR-2620; SACR-3900; SACR-3730 or SACR-3910; three of SACR-3610, SACR-3620, SACR-3630, SACR-3650, SACR-3670, SACR-3680, SACR-3700, SACR-3500, SACR-3740, SACR-3820, and SACR-3710; two 4000-level courses, including one of SACR-4210, SACR-4510, SACR-4910, SACR-4600, SACR-4610, SACR-4640, SACR-4650, SACR-4670.

Minor Concentration: No Minor Concentration offered.


FAMILY AND SOCIAL RELATIONS PROGRAMS

This interdisciplinary program, unique in Canada, developed by leading world-class researchers, provides practical and theoretical insights into changes affecting families and social responses to those changes. Students explore child studies, sexuality, and sexual health (domestic and international), family history and change, marriage dynamics, women's issues, changing gender roles, and aging. The program combines courses from a variety of disciplines including sociology, psychology, social work, history, and women's studies. Family and Social Relations prepares students for careers in child and youth human services, counselling/rehabilitation, community advocacy, case management, and a variety of other related career paths.

Teaching Family and Social Relations
Students intending to teach Family and Social Relations at the Intermediate -Senior level in the school system are advised to take the following courses as a part of the Family and Social Relations program: ECON-1100, PSYC-2230, PSYC-2240, PSYC-2400, PSYC-3270, SACR-2040, SACR-2050, SACR-3060, SACR-3290, SACR-4510, SACR-2140.

General Family and Social Relations

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: thirty.
(a) SACR-1100, SACR-2040; SACR-2050; SACR-2900; one of SACR-3900, SACR-3900, or WGST-3060*;
(b) one of HIST-2500, HIST-2510,PSYC-2400*,SACR-3010, SACR-3060, SACR-2140, WGST-1000.

(c) five further courses, from among: SACR-3290, SACR-4090, SACR-4610, SACR-2100, SACR-3050, SACR-3510, SACR-4510, HIST-4630, SACR-3520, SACR-3530. SACR-3540, SACR-4080, WGST-2200, WGST-3100, WGST-3700, PSYC-2230, PSYC-2240, PSYC-3270, SWRK-1170, SWRK-1180.
(d) two courses from Arts;
(e) two courses from Languages or Science;
(f) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.

(g) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(h)SOSC-2500 (or equivalent);
(i) PSYC-1150 and PSYC-1160 if required as a prerequisite for courses chosen above: otherwise, two Social Science courses;
(j) WGST-1000 if required as a prerequisite for courses chosen above; otherwise, a Social Science course;
(k) additional courses from any area of study, including any course listed above not used to fulfill other requirements, to a total of thirty.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (c), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

NOTE: * 48-112 is a prerequisite for SACR-2140. PSYC-1150 and PSYC-1160 are prerequisites for further courses in Psychology. In History, HIST-2490, SACR-2100 must be taken before HIST-4630. WGST-1000 is a prerequisite for further courses in Women's and Gender Studies.

Honours Family and Social Relations

Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) SACR-1100, SACR-2040, SACR-2050, SACR-2900 (or equivalent), SACR-3080, one of SACR-3900, SACR-3900, SACR-4160, WGST-3060;
(b) one of PSYC-2400, SACR-3010, SACR-3060; HIST-2490, HIST-2500, HIST-2510, SACR-2140, or WGST-1000;
(c) three courses in the family, in sexuality or in gender:

Family Courses: SACR-3290, SACR-4090**, SACR-4610**, WGST-3700;
Sexuality Courses: SACR-3050, SACR-3510, SACR-4510, HIST-3630, WGST-3100;
Gender Courses three from among those not chosen under (b) above, or from the following: SACR-3520, SACR-3530, SACR-3540, SACR-4080**, WGST-2200, WGST-3100, WGST-3700. If not selected under (b), WGST-1000 must be chosen here.
(d) six further courses selected from those not chosen above, or from the following: PSYC-2230, PSYC-2240, PSYC-3270, SWRK-1170, SWRK-1180, SACR-4960.**
(e) two courses from Arts;
(f) two courses from Languages or Science;
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(h) GART-1500, GART-1510;
(i) SOSC-2500 (or equivalent);
(j) PSYC-1150 and PSYC-1160, if required as a prerequisite for courses chosen above: otherwise, two Social Science courses;
(k) WGST-1000, if required as a prerequisite for courses chosen above, but not used as part of a concentration in gender; otherwise, a Social Science course;
(l) additional courses from any area of study, including any course listed above not used to fulfil requirements (h) to a total of forty.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (d), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

Note: * 48-112 is a prerequisite for SACR-2140, PSYC-1150 and PSYC-1160 are prerequisites for further courses in Psychology.
In History, HIST-2490, SACR-2100 must be taken before HIST-4630. WGST-1000 is a prerequisite for further courses in Women's and Gender Studies.

** Highly recommended for those considering graduate work.

Family and Social Relations Honours students interested in graduate studies in Sociology should include the following courses in their program: SACR-2910, SACR-3910, plus one of SACR-4030, SACR-4050, SACR-4080 or SACR-4150.

Combined Honours Family and Social Relations
(Not available for a Combined Honours degree with Sociology.)

Program Regulation:
Students in combined programs must complete all courses used to calculate the major average for both subject areas, and GART-1500 and GART-1510. They must also complete the degree requirements, in the order presented to a total of forty courses. Example: If the total course requirements add up to 43 once the requirements for the second subject area are included, the degree requirements are to be completed in the order presented, until the student reaches a total of 40 courses.


Degree Requirements:

Total courses: forty.
(a) Family and Social Relations: thirteen courses, consisting of:
(i) SACR-1100, SACR-2040, SACR-2050, SACR-2900 (or equivalent), one of SACR-3900, SACR-3900, SACR-4160, or WGST-3060;*

(ii) one of SACR-2140*, PSYC-2400*,SACR-3010, SACR-3060, HIST-2490, HIST-2500, HIST-2510, WGST-1000***;
(iii) three courses from one of the following areas:
    Family: SACR-3290, SACR-4090**, SACR-4610**, WGST-3700*;
    Sexuality: SACR-2100, SACR-3050,SACR-3510, SACR-4510**, WGST-3100*;
    Gender: SACR-3520, SACR-3530, SACR-3540, SACR-4080**, WGST-2200*, WGST-3100*, WGST-3700*;
    (iv) four courses from those no
    t selected aboce, or from the following: PSYC-2230*, PSYC-2240*, PSYC-3270*, SWRK-1170, SWRK-1180, SACR-4960**
(b) Course Requirements - Other Subject: courses used to calculate the major average in the other subject area, as prescribed by that area of study.
(c) GART-1500, GART-1510;

(d) SOSC-2500 (or equivalent)
(e) two courses from Arts;
(f) two courses from Languages or Science;
(g) two courses from any area of study, excluding Social Sciences.
(h) additional courses from any area of study to a total of forty.

Courses used to calculate the major average are: courses listed under requirements (a) to (b), and any courses taken in the major area(s) of study.

* 48-112 is a prerequisite for SACR-2140, PSYC-1150 and PSYC-1160 are prerequisites for further courses in Psychology.
In History, HIST-2490, SACR-2100 must be taken before HIST-4630. WGST-1000 is a prerequisite for further courses in Women's and Gender Studies.
** Highly recommended for those considering graduate work.
***Students who plan to take additional Women's and Gender Studies courses must take this course.

Note: Family and Social Relations Honours students interested in graduate studies in Sociology should include the following courses in their program: SACR-2910, SACR-3910, plus one of SACR-4030, SACR-4050, SACR-4080 or SACR-4150.

Minor in Family and Social Relations

Required: SACR-2040, SACR-3060, SACR-3290, SACR-3510; and one of SACR-3010, SACR-3520, SACR-4090, SACR-4610.

Minor in Studies of Sexuality

Required: six of SACR-2050, WGST-2500, PSYC-2400, SACR-4510, SACR-3510, HIST-4630 (or WGST-4630).