These items are optional and you can choose them as you wish after applying for the course.
Sociology is the fascinating study of human societies including social structures and rules, common beliefs and behaviours, social changes over time, the differences that exist between social groups, and society as a whole.
Sociology is one of the most popular programs in the Faculty of Arts at Acadia.
offer a variety of courses that cover a wide range of social issues including anthropology, criminology and deviance, cultural studies, education, issues in families, gender and feminism, health and health care, political economy, race and ethnic relations, research and methodology, social movements, social theory, societal development, and work.
The sociology program involves careful inquiry into how societies work. It focuses on social problems and their solutions, and makes sense of the changing world using a variety of cross-cultural, historical and critical approaches.
Acadia’s sociology department prides itself on having excellent student-teacher contact. With smaller classes, particularly at the senior levels, you are able to develop and express your own ideas.
You will participate actively in the department - attending meetings and serving on key committees. have a strong honours program, and a small-but-solid graduate program. Graduate and honours students often act as assistants in lower level courses and act, less formally.
as mentors to undergraduates who are adjusting to university life. Your opinions and ideas are what make our classrooms and café discussions great. Get ready to commit sociology.
|Cost of living||1 person||$4,020|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$5,570|
EAP Program Information
Acadia University's English for Academic Purposes (EAP) program is a 10-week, intensive English language program for students who:
Are graduate and undergraduate students who want additional language training to help them be successful in their degree programs.
What does the EAP program include?
Each EAP term is 10 weeks long, with 25 hours of study per week. This includes:
Concentrated study in specific areas including grammar, vocabulary, pronunciation, communication skills, and technical English.
What EAP level will I be placed in?
You will write the Acadia placement test on the first day of term to determine your EAP level. If you have recently taken a CAEL, TOEFL iBT or PBT, or IELTS, you do not have to take our placement test. You can go directly into your appropriate level based on your score.
|Foundations||EAP 500||EAP 1000||EAP 2000||Bridging||University|
|CAEL 10-20||CAEL 30||CAEL 40||CAEL 50||CAEL 60||CAEL 70|
|iBT below 49||iBT 49-58||iBT 59-68||iBT 69-78||iBT 79-89||iBT 90|
|IELTS below 4.5||IELTS 4.5||IELTS 5.0||IELTS 5.5||IELTS 6.0||IELTS 6.5|
a minimum program GPA of 3.00 is required to graduate.
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