|Faculty:||Faculty of Arts and Science
|Field of Study:||Aboriginal Studies
|Description:||Understand human behavior and why people interact the way they do. Participate in group discussions and debates on human nature and society. Listen to what researchers and professionals have to say about current issues such as crime and justice, illness and health care, immigration, education, culture and media. Give your opinion on a variety of topics such as youth culture, addictions, violence, inequality, racism, homelessness, power, resistance, and more. Sociology is the study of human social life, focusing on developing an understanding of changes in social structure and human interaction on an individual, societal and global level. Students in Sociology learn to analyze social issues and think critically about the world around them.
This program is intended to prepare Aboriginal students for careers in corrections, public safety, advocacy, and other areas related to criminal or social justice. It includes required courses in Sociology, focusing on criminology and related courses. This course work includes two 12-week practicum-based courses, normally held in the summer, designed to provide students with the opportunity to gain work experience at local, national or international justice agencies and organizations. Students intending to complete this program must consult the department in the spring of their final year in high school or during their first year of university studies to determine an appropriate sequence of courses and to arrange registration in the practicum.
|Cost per year:*||
Cost per year amount is approximate.
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