Explore some of the most important topics affecting today’s increasingly complex and specialized social world – social inequality, the causes and effects of global migration and the meaning of gender and race in society. You'll graduate with a new understanding of how global economic, political, technological and cultural changes are reshaping the future of human experience.
Sociology is offered at the Glendon campus, a passionate cosmopolitan community which offers top-quality programs with a strong international flair. The welcoming campus aims to prepare students to become fully-engaged local and global leaders, providing its students with cultural understanding and the ability to obtain bilingual+ skills. Located on a picturesque estate in mid-town Toronto, the inclusive and diverse campus has small class sizes and offers a forward-thinking environment. You’ll establish strong personalized connections to professors, support staff and other students, positioning you competitively in the workplace.View Faculty
Examine social interactions and the concepts that guide human organization. The faculty of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies' Sociology program offers this and something more: a broad-based sociology of engagement that challenges common assumptions to address the vital issues of our time. Study what you love and learn what you need, as a member of the largest liberal arts faculty in Canada.View Faculty
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