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BA (Honours) in Sociology

University of Windsor, Canada


Next enrollment cycle

September 2023

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First Year Course Fee

USD 23,750

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  • 4 Years
  • On Campus
  • Undergraduate
  • Degree
  • Up to 7% scholarship
Society today is complicated. You’ll learn how to unravel its most urgent issues in this program that is focused on research, analysis and communication — skills relevant to a wide range of fields. You can tailor your degree by picking courses that match your interests. The department is small, ensuring you’ll get lots of personal attention.
  • Sample Courses: Foundations of Social Life; Social Dilemmas; Sociology of Families; Perspectives on Culture; Crimes of the State: Genocide, War Crimes and Ethnic Cleansing; Social Movements
  • Career Tracks: Immigration officer, human resources manager, community relations worker, mediator, case worker

Enrollment Cycles

  • September 2023
  • January 2024
  • May 2024
  • Course Requirements: English/ENG4U
  • Minimum Average: 70%
  • Mean Average (Entering Fall 2019): 80%

This Course is Available General 3-year program, Honours 4-year program and Combined Honours programs available

  • SACR-1000. Understanding Social Life
  • SACR-1100 for credit.)
  • SACR-1100. Foundations of Social Life
  • SACR-1110. Introduction to Family and Social Relations
  • SACR-2040. Sociology of Families
  • SACR-2050. Sociology of Sexualities
  • SACR-2100. Gender, Sexuality and Social Justice
  • SACR-2130. Perspectives on Culture
  • SACR-2140. Gender, Culture, and Power
  • SACR-2150. Principles of Physical Anthropology
  • SACR-2160. Education and Society
  • SACR-2170. Religion and Society
  • SACR-2200. Social Dilemmas: Social Science Perspectives
  • SACR-2220. Morals, Markets, and Myths
  • SACR-2270. Globalization, Development and Social Change
  • SACR-2280. Class, Wealth and Power in Canada
  • SACR-2400. Introduction to Race and Ethnicity
  • SACR-2600. Introduction to Criminology
  • SACR-2620. Introduction to Criminal Justice
  • SACR-2900. Researching Social Life
  • SACR-1000; students must be in semester 3 of their program to register for this course).
  • SACR-2910. Theorizing Social Life
  • SACR-3010. Sociology of Childhood
  • SACR-3050. Sexuality and Health
  • SACR-3080. Intermediate Statistics
  • SACR-3150. On Death and Dying
  • SACR-3170. Humanitarianism and Counterinsurgency Warfare
  • SACR-3230. Forensic Anthropology
  • SACR-3270. Social Movements
  • SACR-3290. Contemporary Families
  • SACR-3010 and semester 5 or higher standing
  • SACR-3330. Crimes of the State: Genocide, War Crimes and Ethnic Cleansing
  • SACR-3380. Stuff: Seeing Culture Through 'Things'
  • SACR-3390. Refugees, Borders, and Human Rights
  • SACR-3400. Food and Global Sustainability
  • SACR-3410. Human-Animal Studies
  • SACR-3500. Practical Strategies for Social Change: Intervening to Prevent Sexual Violence
  • SACR-3510. Gay and Lesbian Studies
  • SACR-3520. Citizenship, Rights, and Social Justice
  • SACR-3530. Women, Power, and the Environment
  • SACR-3540. Gender, Space, and Time
  • SACR-3560. Cultural Theory
  • SACR-3610. Youth in Conflict with the Law
  • SACR-3620. Victimology
  • SACR-3630. Penology
  • SACR-3650. Green Criminology
  • SACR-3670. White Collar Crime
  • SACR-3680. Policing and Security
  • SACR-3700. Selected Topics in Criminology
  • SACR-3710. Drugs and Society
  • SACR-3730. Contemporary Criminological Theory
  • SACR-3740. Crime, Media and Culture
  • SACR-3820. Surveillance and Society
  • SACR-3900. Qualitative Approaches to Social and Cultural Research
  • SACR-3910. Contemporary Social Theory
  • SACR-3970. Selected Topics in Sociology
  • SACR-4030. Advanced Seminar in Culture and Ideology
  • SACR-4050. Advanced Seminar in Social Theory
  • SACR-4080. Advanced Seminar in Feminism
  • SACR-4090. Advanced Seminar in Family, Gender and Culture
  • SACR-4120. Human Skeletal Variation
  • SACR-4150. Advanced Seminar in Culture, Power, and Globalization
  • SACR-4160. Survey Research Capstone
  • SACR-4210. Special Topics in Sociology and Criminology
  • SACR-4220. Advanced Seminar on Race and Ethnicity
  • SACR-4250. Social Life in the City Capstone
  • SACR-4290. Advanced Seminar in Family Studies
  • SACR-4500. Practicum in Social Change
  • SACR-4510. Advanced Seminar in Sexualities and Identities
  • SACR-4600. Advanced Seminar in Constructions of Deviance
  • SACR-4610. Advanced Seminar in Law and Social Policy
  • SACR 4620. Advanced Seminar in Policing, Security, and Surveillance
  • SACR-4640. Advanced Seminar in Sociology of Law
  • SACR-4650. Advanced Seminar in Gender, Law, and Crime
  • SACR-4670. Criminology Professional Development Practicum
  • SACR-4910. Advanced Seminar in Criminology
  • SACR-4960. Honours Essay
  • Program Type: Undergraduate
  • Major or Degree: Arts, Humanities, Soc Science
  • Course Load: Full Time
  • Fee Category: Canadian Citizen or Permanent Resident
  • Term: Fall
  • Residence: Alumni Hall - Single in a 2 Bedroom Suite
  • Meal Plan: Full Meal Plan - moderate off campus flexibility.
  • Estimated Total = $ 10722.86
  • Base Tuition
  • Base Tuition - $ 2899.90 - Assessed each term
  • Coop - $ 455.00 - If applicable

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