Sociology (SOCI)

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Sociology (SOCI) Faculty

Sociology (SOCI) Faculty

Chair
Morton Weinfeld
Director, Undergraduate Studies
Matthew Lange
Director, Graduate Studies
John Hall
Emeritus Professor
Maurice Pinard; B.A., LL.L., M.A.(Montr.), Ph.D.(Johns H.), F.R.S.C.
Professors
Alberto Cambrosio; Dip.(Basel), M.A.(Sher.), Ph.D.(Montr.) (Social Studies of Medicine)
John A. Hall; B.A.(Oxf.), M.A.(Penn.), Ph.D.(LSE)
Céline Le Bourdais; B.Sc.(Montr.), B.Sc.(Laval), M.Sc.(Montr.), Ph.D.(Brown) (Canada Research Chair in Social Statistics and Family Change)
Anthony Masi; A.B.(Colgate), M.A., Ph.D.(Brown) (Deputy Provost and Chief Information Officer)
Michael Smith; B.A.(Leic.), M.A., Ph.D.(Brown)
Axel P.M. van den Berg; Kand. Doc.(Amst.), Ph.D.(McG.)
Morton Weinfeld; B.A.(McG.), Ed.M., Ph.D.(Harv.) (Chair, Canadian Ethnic Studies)
Associate Professors
Lucia Benaquisto; B.A.(SUNY, Albany.), A.M., Ph.D.(Harv.)
Shelley Clark; B.A.(Virg.), M.A., Ph.D.(Prin.)
Steven L. Rytina; B.G.S., Ph.D.(Mich.)
Donald Von Eschen; A.B.(Beloit), M.A.(Chic.), Ph.D.(Johns H.)
Assistant Professors
Marc (Marcos) Ancelovici; B.Sc., M.Sc.(Montr.), Ph.D.(MIT)
Giovani Burgos; B.A.(SUNY Albany), M.A., Ph.D.(Ind.)
Jason Carmichael; B.A.(Arizona St.), M.A, Ph.D.(Ohio St.)
Kathleen Fallon; B.A.(Calif.), M.A., Ph.D.(Ind.)
Matthew Lange; B.A.(Car.), M.A., Ph.D.(Brown)
Amélie Quesnel-Vallée; B.Sc., M.Sc.(Montr.), M.A., Ph.D.(Duke)
John (Jack) Sandberg; B.A.(Hunter), Ph.D.(Mich.)
Zoua Vang; B.A.(Penn.), M.A., Ph.D.(Harv.)
Elaine Weiner; B.A.(Grinnel), M.A.(Flor.), Ph.D.(Mich.)
Adjunct Professors
Donald Hinrichs
Catherine Montgomery
Associate Members
Gregory Baum (Religious Studies)
Jennifer Fishman (Social Studies of Medicine - Biomedical Ethnics Unit)
Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Minor Concentration Sociology (18 credits)

The purpose of the Minor Concentration Sociology is to give the student a basic understanding of the field of sociology. This minor concentration may be expanded to the Major Concentration Sociology.

U1 Required Courses (6 credits)

SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
SOCI 211 (3) Sociological Inquiry

Complementary Courses (12 credits)

3 credits from the following:

SOCI 330 (3) Sociological Theory
SOCI 350 (3) Statistics in Social Research

9 credits of complementary courses chosen from the "Areas of Sociology" course lists below of which at least 3 credits must be taken at the 300-level or higher.

Areas of Sociology

The Department of Sociology offers courses in four substantive areas of study:

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

Politics and Social Change

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

The following lists indicate the courses which are included within each substantive area. Students should use these lists when selecting their complementary courses.

The 500-level seminars in each substantive area are open to social science Major Concentration students in their final year and to Honours students. Minor Concentration students may only register for these with the permission of the instructor.

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

SOCI 216 (3) Social Psychology
SOCI 219 (3) Sociology of Culture
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine and Health in Modern Society
SOCI 247 (3) Family and Modern Society
SOCI 250 (3) Social Problems
SOCI 305 (3) Socialization
SOCI 309 (3) Health and Illness
SOCI 310 (3) Sociology of Mental Disorder
SOCI 315 (3) Sociology of Religion
SOCI 318 (3) Television in Society
SOCI 322 (3) Sociology of Literature
SOCI 338 (3) Introduction to Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 377 (3) Deviance
SOCI 388 (3) Crime
SOCI 425 (3) Sociology of the Body
SOCI 435 (3) Popular Culture
SOCI 460 (3) Responses to Social Problems
SOCI 488 (3) Punishment and Prisons
SOCI 489 (3) Gender, Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 508 (3) Medical Sociology and Social Psychiatry
SOCI 515 (3) Medicine and Society
SOCI 525 (3) Health Care Systems in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 535 (3) Sociology of the Family
SOCI 538 (3) Selected Topics in Sociology of Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 571 (3) Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 588 (3) Sociology of Knowledge

Politics and Social Change

SOCI 222 (3) Urban Sociology
SOCI 234 (3) Population and Society
SOCI 254 (3) Development and Underdevelopment
SOCI 265 (3) War, States and Social Change
SOCI 307 (3) Sociology of Globalization
SOCI 326 (3) Political Sociology 01
SOCI 345 (3) Topics in Sociology
SOCI 354 (3) Dynamics of Industrial Societies
SOCI 365 (3) Health and Development
SOCI 370 (3) Sociology: Gender and Development
SOCI 386 (3) Contemporary Social Movements
SOCI 390 (3) Gender and Health
SOCI 424 (3) Networks and Social Structures
SOCI 446 (3) Colonialism and Society
SOCI 455 (3) Post-Socialist Societies
SOCI 484 (3) Emerging Democratic States
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 507 (3) Social Change
SOCI 511 (3) Movements/Collective Action
SOCI 513 (3) Social Aspects HIV/AIDS in Africa
SOCI 519 (3) Gender and Globalization
SOCI 545 (3) Sociology of Population
SOCI 550 (3) Developing Societies
SOCI 565 (3) Social Change in Panama

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

SOCI 230 (3) Sociology of Ethnic Relations
SOCI 270 (3) Sociology of Gender
SOCI 301 (3) Comparative Ethnic Relations
SOCI 327 (3) Jews in North America
SOCI 333 (3) Social Stratification
SOCI 353 (3) Inequality and Social Conflict
SOCI 475 (3) Canadian Ethnic Studies Seminar
SOCI 510 (3) Seminar in Social Stratification
SOCI 512 (3) Ethnicity & Public Policy
SOCI 520 (3) Migration and Immigrant Groups
SOCI 530 (3) Sex and Gender
SOCI 555 (3) Comparative Historical Sociology

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 304 (3) Sociology of the Welfare State
SOCI 312 (3) Sociology of Work and Industry
SOCI 420 (3) Organizations
SOCI 422 (3) Health Care Providers
SOCI 470 (3) Topics in Economic Sociology
Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Major Concentration Sociology (36 credits)

The purpose of the Major Concentration Sociology is to give the student a comprehensive understanding of the field of sociology.

U1 Required Courses (6 credits)

SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
SOCI 211 (3) Sociological Inquiry

U2 Required Courses (6 credits)

Note: Students who are exempted from SOCI 350 must replace it with another 300-level or higher sociology course.

SOCI 330 (3) Sociological Theory
SOCI 350 (3) Statistics in Social Research

Complementary Courses (24 credits)

24 credits of complementary courses selected with the following specifications:

3 credits minimum at the 400-level or higher

9 credits maximum at the 200-level

500-Level Seminars:

Seminars at the 500-level are open to Major Concentration students in their final year.

No more than 6 credits of the current problems, independent study and/or reading courses listed below may count toward the major concentration.

SOCI 340 (3) Current Problems in Sociology 01
SOCI 341 (3) Current Problems in Sociology 02
SOCI 342 (3) Independent Study 1
SOCI 343 (3) Independent Study 2
SOCI 440 (3) Current Problems
SOCI 441 (3) Current Problems in Sociology 03
SOCI 442 (3) Independent Reading and Research 01
SOCI 443 (3) Independent Reading and Research 02

Areas of Sociology

The Department of Sociology offers courses in four substantive areas of study:

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

Politics and Social Change

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

The following lists indicate the courses which are included within each substantive area. Students should use these lists when selecting their complementary courses.

The 500-level seminars in each substantive area are open to social science Major Concentration students in their final year and to Honours students. Minor Concentration students may only register for these with the permission of the instructor.

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

SOCI 216 (3) Social Psychology
SOCI 219 (3) Sociology of Culture
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine and Health in Modern Society
SOCI 247 (3) Family and Modern Society
SOCI 250 (3) Social Problems
SOCI 305 (3) Socialization
SOCI 309 (3) Health and Illness
SOCI 310 (3) Sociology of Mental Disorder
SOCI 315 (3) Sociology of Religion
SOCI 318 (3) Television in Society
SOCI 322 (3) Sociology of Literature
SOCI 338 (3) Introduction to Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 377 (3) Deviance
SOCI 388 (3) Crime
SOCI 425 (3) Sociology of the Body
SOCI 435 (3) Popular Culture
SOCI 460 (3) Responses to Social Problems
SOCI 488 (3) Punishment and Prisons
SOCI 489 (3) Gender, Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 508 (3) Medical Sociology and Social Psychiatry
SOCI 515 (3) Medicine and Society
SOCI 525 (3) Health Care Systems in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 535 (3) Sociology of the Family
SOCI 538 (3) Selected Topics in Sociology of Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 571 (3) Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 588 (3) Sociology of Knowledge

Politics and Social Change

SOCI 222 (3) Urban Sociology
SOCI 234 (3) Population and Society
SOCI 254 (3) Development and Underdevelopment
SOCI 265 (3) War, States and Social Change
SOCI 307 (3) Sociology of Globalization
SOCI 326 (3) Political Sociology 01
SOCI 345 (3) Topics in Sociology
SOCI 354 (3) Dynamics of Industrial Societies
SOCI 365 (3) Health and Development
SOCI 370 (3) Sociology: Gender and Development
SOCI 386 (3) Contemporary Social Movements
SOCI 390 (3) Gender and Health
SOCI 424 (3) Networks and Social Structures
SOCI 446 (3) Colonialism and Society
SOCI 455 (3) Post-Socialist Societies
SOCI 484 (3) Emerging Democratic States
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 507 (3) Social Change
SOCI 511 (3) Movements/Collective Action
SOCI 513 (3) Social Aspects HIV/AIDS in Africa
SOCI 519 (3) Gender and Globalization
SOCI 545 (3) Sociology of Population
SOCI 550 (3) Developing Societies
SOCI 565 (3) Social Change in Panama

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

SOCI 230 (3) Sociology of Ethnic Relations
SOCI 270 (3) Sociology of Gender
SOCI 301 (3) Comparative Ethnic Relations
SOCI 327 (3) Jews in North America
SOCI 333 (3) Social Stratification
SOCI 353 (3) Inequality and Social Conflict
SOCI 475 (3) Canadian Ethnic Studies Seminar
SOCI 510 (3) Seminar in Social Stratification
SOCI 512 (3) Ethnicity & Public Policy
SOCI 520 (3) Migration and Immigrant Groups
SOCI 530 (3) Sex and Gender
SOCI 555 (3) Comparative Historical Sociology

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 304 (3) Sociology of the Welfare State
SOCI 312 (3) Sociology of Work and Industry
SOCI 420 (3) Organizations
SOCI 422 (3) Health Care Providers
SOCI 470 (3) Topics in Economic Sociology
Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Honours Sociology (51 credits)

Students may register for the Honours Program at the beginning of their second year (U2).

To remain in the Honours Program and receive an Honours degree, students must maintain a GPA of 3.30 in their program courses and, according to Faculty regulations, a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in general.

Required Courses (21 credits)

Note: Students who are exempted from SOCI 350 must replace it with another 300-level or higher sociology course.

SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
SOCI 211 (3) Sociological Inquiry
SOCI 330 (3) 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)

30 credits of complementary sociology (SOCI) courses selected with the following specifications:

9 credits minimum at the 400-level or higher

9 credits maximum at the 200-level

500-Level Seminars:

Seminars at the 500-level are open to Honours students in their final year.

Graduate Seminar:

The graduate seminar listed below is open to final-year Honours students with adequate preparation.

SOCI 652 (3) Current Sociological Theory

Areas of Sociology

The Department of Sociology offers courses in four substantive areas of study:

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

Politics and Social Change

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

The following lists indicate the courses which are included within each substantive area. Students should use these lists when selecting their complementary courses.

The 500-level seminars in each substantive area are open to social science Major Concentration students in their final year and to Honours students. Minor Concentration students may only register for these with the permission of the instructor.

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

SOCI 216 (3) Social Psychology
SOCI 219 (3) Sociology of Culture
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine and Health in Modern Society
SOCI 247 (3) Family and Modern Society
SOCI 250 (3) Social Problems
SOCI 305 (3) Socialization
SOCI 309 (3) Health and Illness
SOCI 310 (3) Sociology of Mental Disorder
SOCI 315 (3) Sociology of Religion
SOCI 318 (3) Television in Society
SOCI 322 (3) Sociology of Literature
SOCI 338 (3) Introduction to Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 377 (3) Deviance
SOCI 388 (3) Crime
SOCI 425 (3) Sociology of the Body
SOCI 435 (3) Popular Culture
SOCI 460 (3) Responses to Social Problems
SOCI 488 (3) Punishment and Prisons
SOCI 489 (3) Gender, Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 508 (3) Medical Sociology and Social Psychiatry
SOCI 515 (3) Medicine and Society
SOCI 525 (3) Health Care Systems in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 535 (3) Sociology of the Family
SOCI 538 (3) Selected Topics in Sociology of Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 571 (3) Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 588 (3) Sociology of Knowledge

Politics and Social Change

SOCI 222 (3) Urban Sociology
SOCI 234 (3) Population and Society
SOCI 254 (3) Development and Underdevelopment
SOCI 265 (3) War, States and Social Change
SOCI 307 (3) Sociology of Globalization
SOCI 326 (3) Political Sociology 01
SOCI 345 (3) Topics in Sociology
SOCI 354 (3) Dynamics of Industrial Societies
SOCI 365 (3) Health and Development
SOCI 370 (3) Sociology: Gender and Development
SOCI 386 (3) Contemporary Social Movements
SOCI 390 (3) Gender and Health
SOCI 424 (3) Networks and Social Structures
SOCI 446 (3) Colonialism and Society
SOCI 455 (3) Post-Socialist Societies
SOCI 484 (3) Emerging Democratic States
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 507 (3) Social Change
SOCI 511 (3) Movements/Collective Action
SOCI 513 (3) Social Aspects HIV/AIDS in Africa
SOCI 519 (3) Gender and Globalization
SOCI 545 (3) Sociology of Population
SOCI 550 (3) Developing Societies
SOCI 565 (3) Social Change in Panama

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

SOCI 230 (3) Sociology of Ethnic Relations
SOCI 270 (3) Sociology of Gender
SOCI 301 (3) Comparative Ethnic Relations
SOCI 327 (3) Jews in North America
SOCI 333 (3) Social Stratification
SOCI 353 (3) Inequality and Social Conflict
SOCI 475 (3) Canadian Ethnic Studies Seminar
SOCI 510 (3) Seminar in Social Stratification
SOCI 512 (3) Ethnicity & Public Policy
SOCI 520 (3) Migration and Immigrant Groups
SOCI 530 (3) Sex and Gender
SOCI 555 (3) Comparative Historical Sociology

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 304 (3) Sociology of the Welfare State
SOCI 312 (3) Sociology of Work and Industry
SOCI 420 (3) Organizations
SOCI 422 (3) Health Care Providers
SOCI 470 (3) Topics in Economic Sociology
Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)

Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) - Joint Honours Component Sociology (36 credits)

Students wishing to study at the Honours level in two disciplines can combine Joint Honours Program components in any two Arts disciplines. For a list of available Joint Honours programs, see "Overview of Programs Offered" and "Joint Honours Programs". 

Students may register for Joint Honours at the beginning of their second year (U2).

Joint Honours students should consult an adviser in each department to discuss their course selection and their interdisciplinary research project (if applicable).

Joint honours students must maintain a GPA of 3.30 in their program courses, and, according to Faculty regulations, a minimum CGPA of 3.00 in general.

Required Courses (18 credits)

Note: Students who are exempted from SOCI 350 must replace it with another 300-level or higher sociology course.

SOCI 210 (3) Sociological Perspectives
SOCI 211 (3) Sociological Inquiry
SOCI 330 (3) Sociological Theory
SOCI 350 (3) Statistics in Social Research
SOCI 461 (3) Quantitative Data Analysis
SOCI 480 (3) Honours Project

Complementary Courses (18 credits)

18 credits of complementary sociology (SOCI) courses approved by the Departmental Honours Adviser.

500-Level Seminars:

Seminars at the 500-level are open to Honours/Joint Honours students in their final year.

Areas of Sociology

The Department of Sociology offers courses in four substantive areas of study:

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

Politics and Social Change

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

The following lists indicate the courses which are included within each substantive area. Students should use these lists when selecting their complementary courses.

The 500-level seminars in each substantive area are open to social science Major Concentration students in their final year and to Honours/Joint Honours students. Minor Concentration students may only register for these with the permission of the instructor.

Institutions, Deviance, and Culture

SOCI 216 (3) Social Psychology
SOCI 219 (3) Sociology of Culture
SOCI 225 (3) Medicine and Health in Modern Society
SOCI 247 (3) Family and Modern Society
SOCI 250 (3) Social Problems
SOCI 305 (3) Socialization
SOCI 309 (3) Health and Illness
SOCI 310 (3) Sociology of Mental Disorder
SOCI 315 (3) Sociology of Religion
SOCI 318 (3) Television in Society
SOCI 322 (3) Sociology of Literature
SOCI 338 (3) Introduction to Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 377 (3) Deviance
SOCI 388 (3) Crime
SOCI 425 (3) Sociology of the Body
SOCI 435 (3) Popular Culture
SOCI 460 (3) Responses to Social Problems
SOCI 488 (3) Punishment and Prisons
SOCI 489 (3) Gender, Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 508 (3) Medical Sociology and Social Psychiatry
SOCI 515 (3) Medicine and Society
SOCI 525 (3) Health Care Systems in Comparative Perspective
SOCI 535 (3) Sociology of the Family
SOCI 538 (3) Selected Topics in Sociology of Biomedical Knowledge
SOCI 571 (3) Deviance and Social Control
SOCI 588 (3) Sociology of Knowledge

Politics and Social Change

SOCI 222 (3) Urban Sociology
SOCI 234 (3) Population and Society
SOCI 254 (3) Development and Underdevelopment
SOCI 265 (3) War, States and Social Change
SOCI 307 (3) Sociology of Globalization
SOCI 326 (3) Political Sociology 01
SOCI 345 (3) Topics in Sociology
SOCI 354 (3) Dynamics of Industrial Societies
SOCI 365 (3) Health and Development
SOCI 370 (3) Sociology: Gender and Development
SOCI 386 (3) Contemporary Social Movements
SOCI 390 (3) Gender and Health
SOCI 424 (3) Networks and Social Structures
SOCI 446 (3) Colonialism and Society
SOCI 455 (3) Post-Socialist Societies
SOCI 484 (3) Emerging Democratic States
SOCI 495 (3) Social Problems and Conflicts
SOCI 507 (3) Social Change
SOCI 511 (3) Movements/Collective Action
SOCI 513 (3) Social Aspects HIV/AIDS in Africa
SOCI 519 (3) Gender and Globalization
SOCI 545 (3) Sociology of Population
SOCI 550 (3) Developing Societies
SOCI 565 (3) Social Change in Panama

Social Stratification: Class, Ethnicity, and Gender

SOCI 230 (3) Sociology of Ethnic Relations
SOCI 270 (3) Sociology of Gender
SOCI 301 (3) Comparative Ethnic Relations
SOCI 327 (3) Jews in North America
SOCI 333 (3) Social Stratification
SOCI 353 (3) Inequality and Social Conflict
SOCI 475 (3) Canadian Ethnic Studies Seminar
SOCI 510 (3) Seminar in Social Stratification
SOCI 512 (3) Ethnicity & Public Policy
SOCI 520 (3) Migration and Immigrant Groups
SOCI 530 (3) Sex and Gender
SOCI 555 (3) Comparative Historical Sociology

Work, Organizations, and the Economy

SOCI 235 (3) Technology and Society
SOCI 304 (3) Sociology of the Welfare State
SOCI 312 (3) Sociology of Work and Industry
SOCI 420 (3) Organizations
SOCI 422 (3) Health Care Providers
SOCI 470 (3) Topics in Economic Sociology
Faculty: 
Faculty of Arts—2010-2011 (last updated Apr. 22, 2010) (disclaimer)

Sociology (SOCI)

Location

Location

  • Stephen Leacock Building, Room 712
  • 855 Sherbrooke Street West
  • Montreal, Quebec H3A 2T7
  • Undergraduate Program Information: 514-398-6868
  • Fax: 514-398-3403
  • Email: giovanna [dot] terrasi [at] mcgill [dot] ca
  • Website: www.mcgill.ca/sociology

About Sociology

About Sociology

Sociology is commonly defined as the scientific study of society. It offers the student an educational experience which is both intellectually rewarding and practically useful as a preparation for future career opportunities. It provides the student with the theoretical and analytical tools to better understand the complex social forces which affect our lives, contributing in this way to personal enrichment and more effective citizenship. It is also valuable preparation for advanced study in the social sciences, as well as for careers in the professions, management, education, law, medicine and health-related areas, social work, and communications in both the public sector and private industry.

The Department offers a Minor Concentration, a Major Concentration, and an Honours Program in Sociology. Although students from outside the Department may take courses in the Department without having had SOCI 210 Sociological Perspectives (except where noted otherwise), the course is recommended. The purpose of the Minor Concentration is to give the student a basic understanding of the field of Sociology, while the Major Concentration will provide a more comprehensive coverage of the field. The purpose of the Honours Program is to permit a student to study the field in depth, and to do an Honours Project – a research paper under the supervision of a faculty member, the topic and supervisor chosen by mutual agreement between the student and the professor.

Undergraduate Adviser
  • Jason Carmichael
  • Telephone: 514-398-6838
  • Email: jason [dot] carmichael [at] mcgill [dot] ca
Honours Undergraduate Adviser
  • Matthew Lange
  • Telephone: 514-398-6850
  • Email: matthew [dot] lange [at] mcgill [dot] ca
General Program Inquiries
  • Joanne Terrasi, Administrative and Student Affairs Coordinator
  • Telephone: 514-398-6868
  • Email: giovanna [dot] terrasi [at] mcgill [dot] ca

Orientation Session for New Students

Orientation Session for New Students

The Sociology Department Orientation Session will be held in Leacock 738 (7th floor of the Stephen Leacock Building, directly opposite the elevators).

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