Want the marketability of a Legal Studies degree with the breadth of a Sociology degree? We make it easy to do both! Many of the courses we offer are cross-listed between Sociology and Legal Studies programs, which reduces the number of courses required to complete both Majors at once. Use the space this creates to pick up a minor or expand your breadth courses. Our cross-listed courses include:
- Research Methods (221)
- Juvenile Delinquency (222)
- Deviance: Perspectives and Processes (223)
- Criminology (227)
- Terrorism (240)
- Organized Crime (263)
- Social Statistics (280)
- Field Research Methods (322)
- Sexuality and the Law (325)
- Punishment and Society (326)
- Policing in a Democratic Society (327)
You can add work experience to your double honours major by enrolling in our departmental co-op program through Sociology - one of the few departmental co-op programs offered in the Faculty of Arts.
Those accepted to co-op will have their first work terms at the end of year two. Students then alternate between academic terms and paid work terms.
Academic term/work term sequence
|F = Fall; W = Winter; S = Spring/Summer|
*Co-op application should be made in the 2A term, with registration status beginning in 2B and the first work term scheduled for the spring term of the second year of study.