|Faculty:||Faculty of Social Sciences and Humanities
|Description:||The study of Sociology emphasizes the social relationships between people, communities and cultures. By exploring fundamental sociological theories, contemporary thinkers, and a variety of research methods, you will have the opportunity to examine topics including: Health and Aging, Marriage and the Family, Crime and Deviance, Media and Popular Culture, Science and Technology, Gender and Sexuality, Education, Northern Communities, Discrimination, and Social Change. Research and hands-on application is at the core of our programs. You will graduate with the necessary skills to facilitate quantitative and qualitative research and to think creatively and inquisitively in order to better understand social patterns, behaviours and issues.
Our faculty is actively engaged in diverse areas of research such as Gerontology, Education, Health, Demography, Media, Work and Occupations, Social Psychology, and Northern Studies, providing you with well-rounded course options taught by some of the foremost leaders in the field. It is our goal to enhance your knowledge of the society in which you live and to increase your ability to think independently and critically. You will graduate with a strong understanding of social interaction, preparing you for success in virtually any profession.
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The tuition cost estimate is for Year 1 of the program.