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Combined Honours in Sociology and Another Subject (B.A.)


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Admission


Completion of any Level I program with a Grade Point Average of at least 5.0, including a grade of at least C in SOCIOL 1Z03  or SOCIOL 1A06 A/B. Satisfaction of admissionrequirements for the Honours program in the other B.A. subject. For continuation in the program, see the section on Minimum Requirements for Entering and Continuing in a Program Beyond Level I in the Faculty of Social Sciences Academic Regulations.

Notes


  1. Subject to meeting admission requirements, students may combine two subjects and be graduated with a combined Honours B.A. degree. These combinations are available within the Faculty, with programs in the Faculty of Humanities, and with the Arts and Science Program.
  2. Students interested in graduate studies in sociology are advised to consider the Combined Honours in Sociology (Specialist Option) and Another Subject (B.A.)  
  3. Students enrolled in Level II of the Combined Honours in Sociology and Another Subject (B.A) in 2016-17 may request to transfer to the Combined Honours in Sociology (Specialist Option) and Another Subject (B.A.) .
  4. Students must normally complete SOCIOL 2KK3 , 2LL3  and 2Z03  before entering Level III courses.
  5. Students must normally complete SOCIOL 2FF3  before entering Level IV courses.
  6. Students will be given priority enrolment in Level IV lecture courses.
  7. Students must take a maximum of 6 units of Level IV Sociology.
  8. Students taking six units of independent research or thesis in their other program may not take SOCIOL 4M03 , 4MM6 A/B S  or 4N03 .
  9. Students may take a maximum of nine combined units of SOCIOL 3GG3  and 4GG3 , depending on the topic.
  10. Students should check both this Calendar and the Departmental website for prerequisites and course descriptions.

Requirements


120 units total (Levels I to IV), of which 48 units may be Level I

30 units


  • the Level I program completed prior to admission to the program
    (See Admission above)

3 units


  • Level IV Sociology lecture, seminar, or directed research course lists
    (See Note 7 above)

3 units


  • Level IV Sociology seminar

18 units


  • Levels II or III Sociology, of which a maximum of 12 units may be Level II.

36 units


  • Courses specified for the other subject

6 units


18 units


Electives, of which at least 6 units (above Level I ) must be taken outside of Sociology

Requirements for Students Entering Combined Honours in Sociology and Another Subject (B.A.) Prior to September 2017


Admission


Completion of any Level I program with a Grade Point Average of at least 5.0, including a grade of at least C in SOCIOL 1A06 A/B. For continuation in the program, see the section on Minimum Requirements for Entering and Continuing in a Program Beyond Level I  in the Faculty of Social Sciences Academic Regulations.

Notes


  1. Subject to meeting admission requirements, students may combine two subjects and be graduated with a combined Honours B.A. degree. These combinations are available within the Faculty, with programs in the Faculty of Humanities, and with the Arts and Science Program.
  2. Students enrolled in Level II of the Combined Honours in Sociology and Another Subject (B.A.) in 2016-17 may request to transfer to the Combined Honours in Sociology (Specialist Option) and Another Subject (B.A.) 
  3. Students must normally complete SOCIOL 2S06 A/B (or SOCIOL 2KK3  and 2LL3 ) and 2Z03  before entering Level III courses.
  4. Students must normally complete 3 units of SOCIOL 3A03  or 3P03  before entering Level IV courses.
  5. Students must normally complete SOCIOL 3H06 A/B (or SOCIOL 3FF3 ) and 3 units of SOCIOL 3O03  or 3W03  before entering Level IV courses.
  6. Students must take a maximum of 6 units of Level IV Sociology. Additional units of Level IV Sociology cannot be used towards degree requirements.
  7. Students taking six units of independent research or thesis in their other program may not take SOCIOL 4M03 , 4MM6 A/B S  or 4N03 .
  8. Students may take a maximum of nine combined units of SOCIOL 3GG3  and 4GG3 , depending on the topic.
  9. Students who previously completed SOCIOL 3PP3 may substitute this course for SOCIOL 3A03  or 3P03  to satisfy the advanced theory requirement.
  10. Students who previously completed SOCIOL 3I03 may substitute this course for SOCIOL 3O03  or 3W03  to satisfy the advanced methods requirement.
  11. Students should check both this Calendar and the Departmental website for prerequisites and course descriptions.

Requirements


120 units total (Levels I to IV), of which 48 units may be Level I

30 units


from

  • the Level I program completed prior to admission to the program
    (See Admission above)

6 units


  • Level IV Sociology
    (See Note 6 above - Additional units of Level IV Sociology will not count towards the degree)

18 units


  • Levels II or III Sociology

36 units


  • Courses specified for the other subject

6-9 units


9-12 units


  • Electives, of which no more than 9 units can be from Sociology (the maximum Sociology courses to be taken is 54 units).

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