Glendon Campus
York University
2275 Bayview Avenue
Toronto, Ontario
Canada M4N 3M6



Web site comments?

 

Untitled Document
Sociology

Sociology is the study of our social world — of our social lives as individuals, of how people connect as members of various groups, of how societies are organized, and of how they change over time. As a sociology student, you’ll consider the various options facing societies in an increasingly complex, specialized world. You’ll also find yourself thinking about how you can influence and participate in societal change in a meaningful way.
Why Sociology at Glendon? › ›

 

Careers

Sociology graduates obtain careers in sociology and related fields, or go on to professional degrees in law, social work, public policy, and related fields. Graduates also pursue careers in teaching, journalism, non-governmental organizations, social research, social justice, and government.

Professors

Professor Donald Carveth is a renowned psychoanalyst frequently featured on the CBC and other media
  Program Highlights

The Sociology department recognizes outstanding achievement through the Florence Knight Scholarship named in honour of our first and longest-serving Administrative Assistant. Click here to view a list of past recipients.

Sociology is available as a bilingual or trilingual international Bachelor of Arts.

Take advantage of our unique exchange agreement with the Sociology department at the University of Laval in Quebec City.


Students
Juan

Juan came to Glendon from a core French environment and is now working on his 5th course taught in French. A Sociology and Drama Studies major who is active in the student community, Juan has set his sights on a career in student affairs and higher education.

Shauna

Shauna’s interest in social behaviour, including a passion about social inequality is what led her to major in Sociology. From an extended French background, Shauna has found Glendon’s bilingual environment crucial to maintaining and improving her skills.


Ready to apply?
Ontario Universities' Application Centre (OUAC) Codes
BA: YGB
iBA Bilingual: YGG
iBA Trilingual: YGH (Upper-year entry)