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They are looking for students who care about the world around them and want to make it a better place, particularly for the poor and marginalized.
They offer a social justice focus as part of a sociology major at Crandall University.
Work with professors who are concerned about the problems in society and who will think with you about creative solutions to those problems.
If you want to make a difference, They believe you need to understand the culture to help improve it.
That’s why you should study sociology!
Learning more about the dynamics of human relationships helps you form better relationships.
Understanding society’s major institutions (like education, marriage, or religion) enables you to understand how you can best transform them.
Understanding globalization, patterns of immigration, and relationships between rich and developing countries empower you to work towards world justice.
With courses in poverty, world population, marriage, the family, gender, religion, and many others, They explore the diversity of our social world.
And, it is not only classroom work that creates difference makers. They invite you to be involved in our community and beyond.
You can volunteer with a local organization or go overseas on a missions/development trip as part of our internship programs.
Join the Sociology Society and participate in a food drive or other service opportunities. People are hurting in this broken world.
Since we care about people, we are looking for difference makers.
Develop strong relationships with professors who seek to empower students to connect with their communities and make a difference for good.
Undertake an internship during your degree in Sociology – work in community organizations such as youth centers, mental health homes, homeless shelters or even arrange for an overseas internship experience.
Join the Sociology Society that arranges fun group activities and provides service to food banks, missions, and groups like Big Brothers and Big Sisters.
Learn to think and live in new ways sensitive to our increasingly culturally and socially diverse world.
By focusing on courses like Perspective on Poverty, Population and World Hunger, and Globalization and Current Social Issues, you can add a “social justice concentration” to your sociology degree.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,248|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$4,920|
Note: Applicants from Student Direct Stream (SDS) countries are requested to provide an IELTS – Academic which will be required for your Study Permit application.
Applicants who meet Crandall University’s academic requirements but have not provided proof of English language proficiency may be granted a conditional offer of admission.
Students may complete a university-preparatory English language program at a partner Language Centre: McKenzie College or Atlantic Canada Language Academy.
Atlantic Canada Language Academy:
|Course||Intensity||Lessons per Week||Course Duration (Weeks)||Entry Level (IELTS)|
|General English||Basic 20||20||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|General English||Intensive 25||25||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|General English||Super Intensive 30||30||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|Business English||Intensive 25||25||2-12||5.0 - 7.5|
|IELTS Preparation||Intensive 25||25||25||5.0 - 7.5|
|IELTS Preparation||Super Intensive 30||30||30||5.0 - 7.5|
|Cultural Activity Program||Intensive 25||25||2-52||4.0 - 7.5|
|English for Academic Purposes (University Pathway Program)||Basic 20||20||12-24||5.0 - 7.5|
Applicants must provide sufficient proof of English language proficiency before a full offer of admission may be granted.
Students may also choose to study in their home country and retake their language test.
International applicants must have completed a preparatory program that leads to university entrance in their own country.
Generally, an academic language arts course and a minimum of four additional university-preparatory courses are required.
Secondary school applicants need to have achieved in their final year of schooling an average of 70% (5 best scoring academic subjects).
Applicants who are looking to transfer from another post-secondary institution are required to have an overall GPA of 2.0 (on a 4.3 scale).
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