The Department of Sociology offers types of courses: sociology courses with the prefix SOC*;and departmental courses with the prefix SOAN*. The departmental category of courses recognizes the fact that the disciplines of sociology have developed in tandem and it is possible to identify large areas of overlap and convergence in the work of practitioners both historically and in the present. Departmental courses include most of the core theory and methods courses as well as many elective courses. They contribute to the subject matter of sociology for purposes of the undergraduate programs of study in this discipline.
As a Sociology student, Examine society’s vast influence on the lives of groups and individuals. Discover patterns and relationships in human culture and behavior. Gain insight into the cause of inequalities and learn the skills needed to tackle societal problems and improve life.
Consider society from all aspects and on all scales to identify influences and behaviors that impact change. Apply sociological theory to modern problems. Challenge norms by seeing the general in the particular and the strange in the familiar.
Benefit from renowned researchers and award-winning teachers with a wide range of geographical experience and research expertise. Take advantage of opportunities to join faculty as research assistants.
Critically examine contemporary societal problems such as gender and global inequality, social deviance, violence in society, criminality and environmental change. Consider the effect of power and policy and reflect on the ongoing search for solutions.
|Cost of living||1 person||$7,404|
|Accommodation||1 bed room||$6,976|
All applicants must request official transcripts from any and all of the following institutions previously attended:
high school, including summer school
online courses taken at a provincial approved high school or learning center
an accredited private school or organization officially recognized or authorized as an institution of learning.
Required Supplementary Forms
Personal Support Letter
Student Profile Form
If your English proficiency and/or grades do not meet admission requirements, you may wish to be considered for the Guaranteed Admission Pathway (GAP). The combination of the English Language Certificate Program (ELCP) and the Open Learning program provides a flexible option for guaranteed admission to Bachelor of Commerce and Bachelor of Arts degrees. Save time by completing online courses toward your degree while you are completing your Advanced Certificate.
Duolingo English Test:Minimum overall score of 110
*Please note that the University of Guelph will be accepting Duolingo English Test scores for Fall 2021 admission only and will re-evaluate the opportunity for future use
English 5 additional courses
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