St. George Courses

Courses

Our first year courses introduce students to the concepts and methods that sociologists use in analyzing and understanding the social world.  Students are challenged to rethink their assumptions as they explore the various topics studied and approaches used across the discipline.

Second year courses allow students to explore a particular area in depth and learn more about the research methods that sociologists use to understand the social world.

Our 300-level and 400-level courses delve deeply into specific topics and provide students with advanced skills development in critical thinking, analysis, and academic writing.  In addition to our regular courses, students may also enroll in an Independent Research Course to pursue a specific topic of interest.

Each year, we offer a rotation of “New Topics in Sociology” courses at the 200, 300 and 400 levels. These courses teach up-to date research and highlight areas of our faculty’s research expertise. See this year’s New Topics in Sociology.

 

Research Experience
Many of our courses offer students the experience to conduct their own research. Students might also apply to the University of Toronto Excellence Awards program to work with a faculty member during the summer term.
Study Abroad
Students who wish to take courses through a Study Abroad Program should consult with the transfer credit office. If the course you wish to take is not listed there, please submit a detailed syllabus of the course to the undergraduate chair, Christian Caron for assessment.

Course Offerings

Check the Arts and Science course calendar for restrictions, exclusions and for course descriptions, and the Arts and Science Timetable for course locations.

Fall and Winter 2018 – 2019 Courses

Course TitleSectionTutCapScheduleInstructors  
SOC100H1FIntroduction to Sociology I - Sociological PerspectivesL0101/L2000Y900W12-2Christian Caron
SOC100H1FIntroduction to Sociology - Sociological PerspectivesL5101/L2501Y600T6-8Rachel La Touche
SOC100H1SIntroduction to Sociology I - Sociological PerspectivesL0101/L2001Y700M3-5Lorne Tepperman
SOC150H1SIntroduction to Sociology II - Sociological InquiriesL0101/2000Y500W12-2Christian Caron
SOC150H1SIntroductions to Sociology II - Sociological InquiriesL5101Y250T6-8Rachel La Touche
SOC201H1FClassical Sociological TheoryL0101Y110M10-12Jack Veugelers
SOC201H1FClassical Sociological TheoryL5101Y110M4-6Jack Veugelers
SOC201H1SClassical Sociological TheoryL5101N110T6-9Joseph Bryant
SOC202H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y110W10-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC202H1FIntroduction to Quantitative Methods in SociologyL5101Y110T6-8Irene Boeckmann
SOC202H1SIntroduction to Quantitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y110T2-4Atsushi Narisada
SOC204H1FIntroduction to Qualitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y110M12-2Rachel La Touche
SOC204H1FIntroduction to Qualitative Methods in SociologyL0201Y110TH2-4Rene Bogovic
SOC204H1SIntroduction to Qualitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y110M4-6Rachel La Touche
SOC207H1SSociology of Work & OccupationsL0101N130M2-4Melissa Godbout
SOC208H1SIntroduction to Social PolicyL0101N130M12-2Gabe Menard
SOC209H1SSexuality and ModernityL0101N130TH4-6Adam Green
SOC210H1FSociology of Race and EthnicityL0101N130M2-4Tahseen Shams
SOC212H1FSociology of Crime and DevianceL0101N130W2-4Candace Kruttschnitt
SOC212H1SSociology of Crime and DevianceL0101N275F10-12Mark vander Maas
SOC213H1FSociological Social PsychologyL0101N130T10-12Scott Schieman
SOC243H1FSociology of Health and IllnessL0101N130TH10-12Brigid Burke
SOC249H1FSociology of MigrationL0101N130F9-12Monica Boyd
SOC250Y1YSociology of ReligionL5101N130W6-8Joseph Bryant
SOC251H1FContemporary Sociological TheoryL0101Y75TH4-6Melissa Godbout
SOC251H1SContemporary Sociological TheoryL0101N75TH10-1Christian Caron
SOC252H1FIntermediate Quantitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y75TH12-2Blair Wheaton
SOC252H1SIntermediate Quantitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y75T2-4Geoffrey Wodtke
SOC254H1FIntermediate Qualitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y75M12-2Judy Beglaubter
SOC254H1SIntermediate Qualitative Methods in SociologyL0101Y75M4-6Tahseen Shams
SOC256H1FLives and SocietiesL0101N130T2-4Bonnie Erickson
SOC260H1SFundamentals of Political SociologyL0101N130T12-2Omar Faruque
SOC265H1FGender and SocietyL0101N130T12-2Bonnie Fox
SOC280H1FSociology of CultureL0101N130W10-12Vanina Leschziner
SOC282H1FIntroduction to Social ProblemsL0101N130TH12-2Lorne Tepperman
SOC293H1SNew Topics: Sociology of LawL0101N130W12-2Ron Levi
SOC304H1SStatus AttainmentL0101N100M10-12William Magee
SOC312H1FPopulation and SocietyL0101N100W12-2Brent Berry
SOC313H1SSocial ControlL5101N100TH6-8Chris Tatham
SOC315H1SDomestic ViolenceL0101N100W4-6Amanda Couture-Carron
SOC320H1SFamily DemographyL0101N100TH9-12Irene Boeckmann
SOC332H1SLives in CanadaL0101N40TH3-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC342H1FThe Sociology of Women and International MigrationL0101N40TH9-12Monica Boyd
SOC344H1FSociology of Everyday LifeL0101N40TH12-3Vanina Leschziner
SOC345H1SGlobal InequalityL0101N40TH12-3Rachel La Touche
SOC348H1FCulture and InequalityL0101N40TH3-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC351H1SNew Topics: Transnational AsiaL0101N40M12-3Yoonkyung Lee
SOC352H1SNew Topics: Social Psychology of WorkL0101N40W12-3Scott Schieman
SOC360H1SSocial MovementL0101N100T10-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC363H1SSociology of Mental Health and Mental DisordersL0101N100T12-2Blair Wheaton
SOC365H1FGender RelationsL0101N100T4-6Adam Green
SOC367H1FRace, Class, and GenderL5101N100TH6-8Cinthya Guzman
SOC370H1FImmigration and EmploymentL0101N100T10-12Jeff Reitz
SOC387H1SNew Topics: Three Answers to the Jewish QuestionL0101N100W10-12Robert Brym
SOC393H1FNew Topics: Consumer SocietyL0101N100M2-4Lorne Tepperman
SOC394H1SNew Topics: Deconstructing “Muslim American”— Race, Nationalism, and GlobalizationL0101N100T2-4Tahseen Shams
SOC412H1SMedicalization of DevianceL0101N15M4-6Brigid Burke
SOC413H1FSociology of PunishmentL0101N15T2-4Candace Kruttschnitt
SOC481H1SCulture and Social NetworksL0101N15T2-4Bonnie Erickson
SOC483H1SCulture and CognitionL0101N15W12-2Vanina Leschziner
SOC485H1SNew Topics: Sexuality and Research DesignL0101N15T4-6Adam Green
SOC486H1FAdvanced Topics in Urban SociologyL0101N15W2-4James Lannigan
SOC488H1FMental Health over the Life CourseL0101N15T12-2Blair Wheaton
SOC489H1SNew Topics: Gender and WorkL5101N15T6-8Irene Boeckmann
SOC493H1FNew Topics: Mental Health and EducationL0101N15TH2-4Rachel La Touche
SOC494H1SNew Topics: Global Inequalities and Contentious PoliticsL0101N15TH2-4Yoonkyung Lee
SOC495H1FNew Topics: Corruption and InequalityL0101N15F12-2Melissa Godbout
SOC496H1FNew Topics: Gender, Race, Class, and the Politics of MedicineL0101N15M4-6Brigid Burke
SOC497H1SNew Topics: Sociology of MarketsL0101N15F12-2James Braun
SOC498H1SNew Topics: The Hands That Feed Us: Labour and Social Movements Across the Food ChainL0101N15W2-4Anelyse Weiler
SOC499H1FNew Topics: Sociology of DisabilityL5101N25T6-8Tanya Titchkosky

Syllabi from Previous Years

Our syllabus archive contains the syllabi from courses offered since 2012.