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Department of Sociology

Sociology is the study of social life; it focuses on the linkages between individual experience and the wider society in which we live.

Sociology at Laurier is characterized by strengths in the areas of equity and social justice. The aim of this program is to help you gain a better understanding of contemporary social issues by providing you with the theoretical, methodological and writing skills to analyze and engage with these issues. This prepares you for careers, further graduate studies and post-degree programs in fields such as social work, education, criminal justice and law.

Applied Social Research Specialization

Sociology students can choose to take advanced methods courses in upper years and add an Applied Social Research Specialization to their honours Sociology degree.

Applied Social Research Option

Non-Sociology students can enrol in the Applied Social Research Option, which can be added to honours degree programs in many faculties throughout the university.

Contact Us:

Sandra Dalpe

E: sdalpe@wlu.ca
T: 519.884.0710 x3402
Office Location: DAWB 5-135

Info for Future Students

BA in Sociology MA in Sociology