Course schedule change may affect Sociology majors
Quantitative Research Methods (SOC/ANTH/MACS 355) will only be offered in the Fall 2015 term and Qualitative Research Methods (SOC/ANTH/MACS 356) will only be offered in the Winter 2016 term.
If you are planning to graduate at the end of the Fall 2015 term with a sociology major, please contact Charline Johnsen at email@example.com
If you require assistance with course selection or would like to review your graduation requirements, please book an appointment with an Educational advisor.
People belong to many different social groups. Sociology looks at how our participation influences the ways that we understand and confront the challenges of everyday life-- how we communicate, learn, grow up, love, work and age, in families and cities, among friends and strangers.
Sociology, together with the other social sciences, tries to look clearly and critically at the social problems we struggle to solve: inequality, sexism, racism, violence, environmental damage, etc. The sociological imagination strives to create an understanding more objective than the rationalizations and justifications to which we so frequently resort. If you want to work with people - if you want to teach or manage or facilitate - then you will be interested in sociology and its many ways of examining the human condition.
What’s new in Sociology?
Katherine Watson is currently working with the Community Leadership team for Abbotsford's 2013 VitaSigns Report. For detailed information please visit: http://www.abbotsfordcf.org/
Special Topics Courses in Sociology
Sociology Fall 2016
||Key Ideas in Sociology
||Social Problems of Canadian Society
||Sociology of Dev - The Global South
||Intro to Social Research
||Health & Illness
||Aging & Culture
||Sociology of Law
||Alcohol & Culture
||Sociology of Families
||Quantitative Research Methods
||Dev & Underdev: Latin America
||Environment & Society
||Minority Indigenous People of World
||Advanced Topics Deviant Behaviour
||Health, Wealth, & Reason