Current Graduate Course Offerings

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Students need to register with the School of Graduate Studies before enrolling in classes. Registration opens on August 1st and students may begin enrolling in classes any time after they are registered.

The Sociology Department conducts graduate student enrolment in person. Please pick up a course enrolment form from the SGS website or the graduate office, complete it and submit it back to the graduate office.

Students outside the Department of Sociology must submit a Course Add form to the Sociology Graduate Office to request enrolment in Sociology courses. The form must be completed and signed by the student’s home Graduate Chair/Coordinator and the instructor of the course for the request to be considered. Sociology students taking courses outside of the Department of Sociology should check with the individual units as to their enrolment procedures as these vary by unit.

Course Listing

Fall term classes begin the week of September 10th. Registration opens August 1st.

Winter term classes begin the week of January 7th.

We hold all classes at the Department of Sociology, 725 Spadina Avenue, unless indicated otherwise.

Note that courses in sequences are not prerequisites for later courses in the same sequence. For example, Network Analysis I is not a prerequisite for Network Analysis II. View the course listing below.

Course CodeSessionCourse TitleInstructorScheduleRoom No
SOC6511HFall 2019Pro-Seminar IMelissa MilkieMON 10am-12pmRm. 240
SOC6511YFall 2019Pro-Seminar IIMelissa MilkieMON 1pm-3pmRm. 240
SOC6302HFall 2019Stats for SociologistsMarkus SchaferTUES 10am-12pm (class) & TUES 12pm-1pm (lab)Rm. 36
SOC6001HFall 2019Sociological Theory I (Classical)Steve HoffmanTUES 2pm-5pmRm. 240
SOC6010HFall 2019Political Sociology IJack VeugelersTUES 4pm-6pmRm. 385
SOC6119HFall 2019Gender II: Core Feminist TheoryHae Yeon ChooWED 10am-12pmRm. 41
SOC6006HFall 2019Crime and Law IJerry FloresWED 10am-12pmRm.240
SOC6101HFall 2019Sociological Theory II (Contemporary)Erik SchneiderhanWED 12pm-2pmRm. 240
FST1000HFall 2019Food, Culture & SocietyJosee Johnston & Shyon BaumannTHURS 10am-12pmRm. 240
SOC6517HFall 2019Culture and CognitionVanina LeschzinerTHURS 12pm-2pmRm. 240
SOC6008HFall 2019Networks IBonnie EricksonTHURS 1pm-3pmRm. 385
SOC6303HFall 2019Qualitative Methods III: EthnographyJoe HermerTHURS 1pm-3pmRm. 41
SOC6712HFall 2019Qualitative Methods IJudy TaylorTHURS 3pm-6pmRm. 240
SOC6711YFall 2019Research PracticumPing-Chun Hsiung & Markus SchaferFRI 10am-1pmRm. 240
SOC6414HWinter 2020Urban Political EconomyJohn HanniganMON 11am-1pmRm. 240
SOC6101HWinter 2020Sociological Theory II (Contemporary)Dan SilverMON 2pm-4pmRm. 240
SOC6708HWinter 2020Advanced Data Analysis: Age-Period Cohort ModelsEthan FosseMON 5pm-7pmRm. 240
SOC6302HWinter 2020Stats for SociologistsIrene BoeckmannTUES 11am-1pm (class) & WED 11am-12:30pm (lab)Rm. 240 (class) & Rm. 36 (lab)
SOC6707HWinter 2020Intermediate Data AnalysisBlair WheatonTUES 1pm-4pm (class) & FRI 1pm-2pm (tutorial)Rm. 240
SOC6003HWinter 2020Immigration IIClaudia Diehl (Visiting)TUES 4pm-6pmRm 240
SOC6406HWinter 2020Advanced Topics in Crime and Law II: Law, Politics & GlobalizationRon Levi & Sida LiuWED 9am-11amRm. 240
SOC6001HWinter 2020Sociological Theory I (Classical)Kristin PlysTHURS 10am-1pmRm. 240
SOC6712HWinter 2020Qualitative Methods IJudy TaylorTHURS 3pm-6pmRm. 240
SOC6711YWinter 2020Research PracticumPing-Chun Hsiung & Andrew MilesFRI 10am-1pmRm. 240
SOC6506HWinter 2020Advanced Topics in Crime and Law III: Policing and SocietyAkwasi Owusu-BempahFRI 1pm-3pmRm. 385
SOC6002HSummer 2020Immigration IPatricia LandoltMON & WED 10am-12pmRm. 240
SOC6209HSummer 2020Ethnicity III: Indigenous Social and Political ThoughtJennifer AdeseTUES & THURS 10am-1pmRm. 240
SOC6022HSummer 2020Sociology of Health: Population HealthBrent BerryWED 12pm-2pm & FRI 10am-12pmRm. 240


*Day/Time listings are tentative and subject to change.

Course length and weight are indicated by either ‘H’ or ‘Y’:
H = One-term course, which grants a half credit (e.g. SOC 6—HF)
Y = Two-term or three-term course, which grants a full credit (e.g. SOC 6—Y)

The term in which a course is offered during the Fall/Winter session is indicated by either ‘F’, ‘S’ or ‘Y’:
F = First-term/Fall-term course, which runs September to December (e.g. SOC 6—HF)
S = Second-term/Winter-term course, which runs January to April (e.g. SOC6—HS)
Y = Two-term course, which runs September to April, or three-term course, which runs May to April (e.g. SOC 6—Y)

The term in which a course is offered during the Summer session is indicated by either ‘F’, ‘S’ or ‘Y’:
F = First-term course, which runs May to June (e.g. SOC 6—HF)
S = Second-term course, which runs July to August (e.g. SOC6—HS)
Y = Two-term course, which runs May to August (e.g. SOC 6—Y)