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Sociology Courses in Canada

Course background

Sociology is the study of societies and tries to determine the laws governing human behaviour in social contexts. It is concerned with economic, social, political, and religious group activities.

Sociologists study such areas as bureaucracy, community, public opinion, social change, and social stratification.

Specific areas of sociology include social psychology, human ecology, demography, sociological theory, and applied sociology.

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Career prospects

When you graduate from sociology, these are the types

of jobs waiting for you

  • Police and probation services.

  • Local and central government.

  • Social and market research.

  • Charitable, counselling and voluntary organisations.

  • Public relations, journalism and communications.

  • Media and marketing.

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Highlighted Course


Sociology at St. Thomas

To find out more about what courses you would be taking as a

Finance major, please visit the link below.

  • STU > Sociology


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