Students may register for the Honours Program in Sociology at the beginning of their SECOND year (U2). To apply, fill out the Undergraduate Honours Form [.docx] and take it to the departmental honours advisor for review.
To remain in the Honours Program and receive an Honours degree, students must maintain a minimum cumulative grade point average (CGPA) of 3.00, as well as a program GPA of 3.40. For more information, please click here and see Section 10.51.7 "Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Honours Sociology." More information is also available in our Guide to Sociology Honours Programs.
A Minor Concentration outside Sociology must be taken.
Required courses (21 credits)
- SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
- SOCI 211 (3) Sociological Inquiry
- SOCI 330 (3) Classical Sociological Theory
- SOCI 350 (3) Statistics in Social Research
- SOCI 461 (3) Quantitative Data Analysis
- SOCI 477 (3) Qualitative Methods in sociology
- SOCI 480 (3) Honours Project
Complementary Courses (30 credits*)
*At least 9 of these credits must be at the 400 level or higher, and no more than 9 of these credits may be at the 200 level.
Independent Reading and Research Course/ Internship Course/Honours Project/ or Current Problems in Sociology
Students interested in completing an Undergraduate Independent Reading and Research Course/ Internship Course/Honours Project/ or Current Problems in Sociology fill out the Undergraduate independent Reading and Research Courses/ Internship Courses/ Honours Project/ Current Problems in Sociology Form [.pdf] and take it to the professor who will supervise your project.