Sociology is the study of society, including social relationships, economies, and cultures.
Sociology encourages you to think about the connection between personal circumstances and public issues. It looks at the way social systems and institutions shape people’s lives and the way people organize to change society.
Studying sociology can help you gain a better understanding of how the world works. You will develop critical thinking and research skills, especially around power and privilege.
Register in Sociology Courses
Before you can register in a course, you must be accepted into an NIC program. You can study Sociology through the following programs, or as an elective from any NIC program:
Five post-degree employment pathways for Sociology graduates
Human resources specialist
Law enforcement officer
Five post-degree educational options for Sociology graduates
Bachelor of Laws
Doctor of Medicine
Master’s degree in Counselling
Certificate in Planning
Bachelor of Education
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Humanities & Social Sciences
PhD in Sociology (Carleton University)