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 2021-2022 Courses

CourseSessionTitleSectionDay TimeInstructor    
SOC100H1FIntro. To Soc I - Sociological PerspectivesL0101/L2000/L2001N.A.Robert Brym & Mitch McIvor
SOC100H1SIntro. To Soc I - Sociological PerspectivesL0101/L2001N.A.Lorne Tepperman
SOC150H1SIntro. To Sociology II - Sociological InquiriesL0101/L2001N.A.Mitch McIvor
SOC196H1FGlobal Cities and Urban RefugeesLEC0101TU11-1James Johnson
SOC197H1FFuture "Agents" and Social RelationsLEC0101M10-12William Magee
SOC198H1FConsumer SocietyLEC0101TH10-12Lorne Tepperman
SOC201H1FClassical Sociological TheoryLEC0101W2-5Cinthya Guzman
SOC201H1FClassical Sociological TheoryLEC0201F12-3Cinthya Guzman
SOC201H1SClassical Sociological TheoryLEC5101TH6-9Joe Bryant
SOC202H1FIntro to Quant MethodsLEC0101M10-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC202H1FIntro to Quant MethodsLEC0201TU2-4Sharla Alegria
SOC202H1SIntro to Quant MethodsLEC0101TU10-12Jonathan Horowitz
SOC204H1FIntro to Qual MethodsLEC0101M4-6Tahseen Shams
SOC204H1FIntro to Qual MethodsLEC0201TH12-2Yoonkyung Lee
SOC204H1SIntro to Qual MethodsLEC0101M12-2Tahseen Shams
SOC205H1FUrban SociologyLEC0101W12-2Brent Berry
SOC207H1SSociology of Works and OccupationsLEC0101TU12-2Sharla Alegria
SOC208H1SIntroduction to Social PolicyLEC0101M10-12Kim Pernell
SOC209H1SSexuality and ModernityLEC0101TH4-6Adam Green
SOC210H1FRace and EthnicityLEC0101M12-2Tahseen Shams
SOC212H1FCrime and DevianceLEC5101W6-8Storm Jeffers
SOC212H1SCrime and DevianceLEC0101F10-12Storm Jeffers
SOC214H1FSociology of the FamilyLEC0101M2-4TBA
SOC220H1FSocial StratificationLEC0101TH10-12Jonathan Horowitz
SOC240H1FSociology of LawLEC0101TU12-2Ronit Dinovitzer
SOC243H1SSociology of HealthLEC0101TH12-2William Magee
SOC249H1SSociology of MigrationLEC0101M12-2Yukiko Tanaka
SOC251H1FContemporary Sociological TheoryLEC0101W2-5Sebastien Parker
SOC251H1SContemporary Sociological TheoryLEC5101W6-9Joe Bryant
SOC252H1FIntermediate Quant MethodsLEC0101TU2-4Blair Wheaton
SOC252H1SIntermediate Quant MethodsLEC0101TU10-12Philip Badawy
SOC254H1FIntermediate Qual MethodsLEC0101W10-12Jooyoung Lee
SOC254H1SIntermediate Qual MethodsLEC0101M4-6Judith Taylor
SOC256H1SLives and SocietiesLEC0101TU4-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC265H1FGender and SocietyLEC0101TH4-6Nicole Schott
SOC270H1FIntroduction to Social NetworksLEC0101TU10-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC280H1SSociology of CultureLEC0101W12-2James Lannigan
SOC282H1FIntroduction to Social ProblemsLEC0101W10-12Lorne Tepperman
SOC305H1SSociology of ProfessionsLEC0101F12-2Ronit Dinovitzer
SOC306H1SEconomic SociologyLEC0101M2-4Kim Pernell
SOC312H1FPopulation and SocietyLEC0101TH12-2Brent Berry
CourseSessionTitleSectionScheduleInstructor
SOC313H1FSocial ControlLEC0101F10-12Natalia Otto
SOC318H1FTheories of StratificationLEC0101TH3-6Jonathan Horowitz
SOC332H1SLives in CanadaLEC0101TH3-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC335H1FUrban HealthLEC0101W3-6Jason Pagaduan
SOC340H1SComparative Political SociologyLEC5101TH6-9Sebastien Parker
SOC345H1SGlobal InequalityLEC0101TU9-12TBA
SOC348H1FCulture and InequalityLEC0101TU3-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC349H1SDeconstructing 'Muslim American' - Race, Nationalism, and ReligionLEC0101M3-6Tahseen Shams
SOC350H1FNew Topics: Social Policy and HousingLEC0101TH9-12Alicia Eads
SOC351H1FNew Topics: Gender Inequality in the Knowledge EconomyLEC0101M12-3Catherine Yeh
SOC351H1SNew Topics: Material CultureLEC0101W3-6Lance Stewart
SOC352H1SNew Topics: Comparative Social Policy and Generalized HealthLEC0101TH9-12Matthew Parbst
SOC353H1FNew Topics: Debates in Contemporary TheoryLEC0101M3-6Jack Veugelers
SOC353H1SNew Topics: Urban PolicyLEC0101TH12-3Prentiss Dantzler
SOC354H1SNew Topics: Sociology of Gun ViolenceLEC0101W9-12Jooyoung Lee
SOC356H1FSociology of TechnologyLEC5101M6-8Rui Hou
SOC360H1FSocial MovementsLEC0101W4-6Sebastien Parker
SOC363H1SSociology of Mental HealthLEC0101TU2-4Blair Wheaton
SOC365H1SGender RelationsLEC0101TU4-6Adam Green
SOC367H1SRace, Class, and GenderLEC5101M6-8Sharla Alegria
SOC370H1FImmigration and EmploymentLEC0101M10-12Emmanuel Kyeremeh
SOC386H1SNew Topics: Sociology of Hip HopLEC0101W2-4Jooyoung Lee
SOC388H1FSociology of Everyday LifeLEC0101W12-2Lance Stewart
SOC395H1SNew Topics: Sociology of the CityLEC0101TU12-2Prentiss Dantzler
SOC409H1FSexuality and Research DesignLEC0101TU4-6Adam Green
SOC412H1SMedicalization of DevianceLEC0101M4-6TBA
SOC448H1FSociology of EmotionsLEC0101TH12-2William Magee
SOC478H1SSocial Context of Public PolicyLEC0101TU2-4Sebastien Parker
SOC481H1FCulture and Social NetworksLEC0101TH4-6Bonnie Erickson
SOC483H1SCulture and CognitionLEC0101TH12-2Gordon Brett
SOC485H1FNew Topics: Sociology of Martial ArtsLEC0101W2-4Jooyoung Lee
SOC489H1SNew Topics: The Political Sociology of the Jewish Question: Liberalism, Socialism and ZionismLEC0101W10-12Robert Brym
SOC493H1FNew Topics: Sociology of ArtsLEC0101M2-4Marie-Lise Drapeau-Bisson
SOC493H1SNew Topics: Housing Markets, Financial Crisis & InequalityLEC0101TH10-12Alicia Eads
SOC494H1FNew Topics: Migration and Settler ColonialismLEC0101W10-12Yukiko Tanaka
CourseSessionTitleSectionScheduleInstructor
SOC494H1SNew Topics: Policy and Inequality in Post-Secondary EducationLEC5101TH4-6Mitch McIvor
SOC496H1SNew Topics: Energy, Climate Change, and SocietyLEC0101M10-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC497H1SNew Topics: Computational Methods for SociologistsLEC0101TU9-12Fedor Dokshin
SOC498H1FNew Topics: Advanced Qualitative MethodsLEC5101W6-9Cinthya Guzman
SOC499H1FNew Topics: Sociology of DisabilityLEC5101TU6-8Tanya Titchkosky

Summer 2021 Courses

Course CodeSectionCourse TitleCapDay/TimeInstructor
SOC100H1FLEC0101Introduction to Sociology I: Sociological Perspectives200ASYNCHAnson Au
SOC150H1SLEC5101Introduction to Sociology II: Sociological Inquiries100MW6-9Lance Stewart
SOC201H1FLEC5101Classical Sociological Theory50TTH6-9Cinthya Guzman
SOC202H1FLEC0101Introduction to Quantitative Methods in Sociology50MW12-3:30Markus Schafer
SOC204H1FLEC5101Introduction to Qualitative Methods in Sociology50MW6-9James Lannigan
SOC212H1SLEC0101Sociology of Crime & Deviance75MW10-12Storm Jeffers
SOC213H1SLEC0101Sociological Social Psychology50ASYNCHBrigid Burke
SOC240H1FLEC0101Sociology of Law50ASYNCHRonit Dinovitzer
SOC243H1FLEC0101Sociology of Health and Illness50TTH12-2William Magee
SOC251H1SLEC5101Contemporary Social Theory50TTH6-9Sebastien Parker
SOC252H1SLEC0101Intermediate Quantitative Methods in Sociology30MW12-4Chang Lin
SOC254H1SLEC5101Qualitative Methods in Sociology40MW6-9Jaime Nikolaou
SOC270H1FLEC0101Introduction to Social Networks50ASYNCHFedor Dokshin
SOC282H1SLEC0101Introduction to Social Problems50ASYNCHRene Bogovic
SOC311H1FLEC0101Immigration and Race Relations in Canada40MW4-6Yukiko Tanaka
SOC326H1SLEC5101Social Control35TTH6-9Natalia Otto
SOC345H1FLEC5101Global Inequality35TTH6-9James Braun
SOC354H1SLEC0101New Topics: Sociology of Murder35ASYNCHJooyoung Lee
SOC363H1SLEC0101Sociology of Mental Health and Mental Disorders40ASYNCHBrigid Burke
SOC386H1FLEC0101New Topics: Sociology of Hip Hop40ASYNCHJooyoung Lee
SOC387H1SLEC0101New Topics: Education and Criminal Justice System40 ASYNCHAndrea Roman Alfaro
SOC463H1FLEC0101Mental Health and Education15MW2-4Valerie Damasco
SOC483H1SLEC0101Culture and Cognition15TTH2-4Gordon Brett
SOC495H1SLEC0101New Topics: Sociology of Boredom15TTH10-12Cinthya Guzman

 

 

Syllabi from Previous Years

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