Minor in Sociology and Social Anthropology of Economy, Work and Development

This minor is available to students registered in a 120 credit hour Bachelor of Applied Computer Science, Bachelor of Arts, Bachelor of Commerce, Bachelor of Community Design, Bachelor of Computer Science, Bachelor of Informatics, Bachelor of Management, Bachelor of Music, Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Medical Sciences) program.

This minor requires a minimum of 18 to a maximum of 27 credit hours above the 1000 level from the list below.

  • SOSA 2001.06: Ethnography in Global Context OR SOSA 2002.06: The Sociological Perspective (only one of these two may be included in the minor)
  • SOSA 2045.03: Indian Society
  • SOSA 2111.03: Is there an Atlantic Canada?
  • SOSA 2140.03: Going Global; Geography, Economy, and Work in the 21st Century
  • SOSA 2141.03: Why Work?
  • SOSA 2270.03: Introduction to Popular Culture
  • SOSA 2271.03: Popular Culture in a Global Context
  • SOSA 2401.06: Food and Eating Across Cultures
  • SOSA 2402.03: Food and Culture
  • SOSA 2403.03: Food Activism
  • SOSA 3005.03: Knowledge, Work and Culture in the Contemporary World
  • SOSA 3006.03: Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Work
  • SOSA 3014.03: Rethinking Culture and Class
  • SOSA 3060.03: Social Change and Development
  • SOSA 3096.03: Introduction to Demography
  • SOSA 3165.03: Peoples and Cultures of the World: Selected Area Studies
  • SOSA 3168.03: Issues in Latin American Society
  • SOSA 3185.03: Issues in the Study of Indigenous Peoples of North America
  • SOSA 3200.03: Environmental Anthropology
  • SOSA 3211.03: Continuity and Change in Rural Societies
  • SOSA 3214.03: Living in a Globalized World
  • SOSA 3215.03: Migration and Identity
  • SOSA 3284.03: Living in Cities
  • SOSA 3310.03: Indian Society: Change and Continuity

Contact Sociology and Social Anthropology for more information.