Sociology [SOC courses]


The following timetable information is the most current information available. All changes (additional courses, meeting sections, time changes, course or meeting cancellations) since the original on-line date will be noted in the Information Updated column.

Undergraduate website: For information and course descriptions, visit http://www.sociology.utoronto.ca/Page4.aspx

Students in a course without the prerequisites (as listed in the Arts and Science Calendar) will be removed at any time they are discovered.

For SOC101Y1: Arts and Science students enroll in L0101 only. Section L2001 is reserved for Physical Health and Education students and Transitional Year Program students.

For SOC102H1F: Arts and Science students enroll in L5101 only. Sections L2001 and L2002 are reserved for Transitional Year Program students and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, respectively.

For SOC103H1S: Arts and Science students enroll in L5101 only. Sections L2001 and L2002 are reserved for Transitional Year Program students and the Faculty of Applied Science and Engineering, respectively.

For SOC202H1 S: Students enrolled in L0101 must enroll in either T0101 or T0201; students enrolled in L0201 must enroll in either T0201 or T0202; students enrolled in L5101 must enroll in either T0301 or T0302.

For Topics in Sociological Research courses: Topics vary every session. See timetable on the Faculty of Arts & Science website for current offerings.

For Independent Research courses: Deadline for submission of applications to department, including supervisor's approval, is the first day of classes for the session. See website for prerequisites, instructions and forms.

For 'E' indicator courses: students must contact the Undergraduate Program Administrator via sociology.undergraduate@utoronto.ca.

Departmental Hours:
Monday to Friday 1:30 to 4:00 p.m.




Explanation on codes and Enrolment Indicators

Sociology [SOC courses]
Course Section
Code
Title
(subtitle)
Meeting
Section
Wait
List
Time Location Instructor Enrolment
Indicator
Enrolment
Controls
SOC101Y1YIntro SociologyL0101YW12-2 C. Caron 
   L2001NW12-2 C. CaronR See Details
   T0101NM10     
   T0102NM11     
   T0103NM12     
   T0104NM1     
   T0105NM2     
   T0106NM3     
   T0201NT9     
   T0202NT10     
   T0203NT12     
   T0204NT1     
   T0205NT1     
   T0206NT2     
   T0207NT3     
   T0208NT3     
   T0209NT6     
   T0301NW9     
   T0302NW9     
   T0303NW10     
   T0304NW10     
   T0401NR10     
   T0402NR10     
   T0403NR11     
   T0404NR11     
   T0405NR12     
SOC102H1FSocial InequalitiesL2001NT6-8 L. TeppermanRSee Details
   L3001NTBA  R See Details
   L3002NTBA  R See Details
   L3003NTBA  R See Details
   L5101YT6-8 L. Tepperman   
SOC102H1SSocial InequalitiesL3001NTBA  R See Details
   L3002NTBA  R See Details
SOC102H1YSocial InequalitiesL3001NTBA  R See Details
   L3002NTBA  R See Details
SOC103H1SSocial InstitutionsL2001NT6-8 L. TeppermanRSee Details
   L5101YT6-8 L. Tepperman   
SOC200H1FLogic of Soc InquiryL0101YT12-2 A. MarinRSee Details
   L0201YR10-12 A. MarinR
SOC201H1FTheory IL5101YM6-8 J. VeugelersRSee Details
SOC202H1     S     Quantitative Methods

Students in L0101
must enroll in either
T0101 or T0102.
L0101YR10-12 S. SchiemanRSee Details
T0101 N R1-2:30      
T0102 N F10:30-12      
Quantitative Methods

Students in L0201
must enroll in either
T0201 or T0202.
L0201YF10-12 S. SchiemanR
T0201 N T10-12    
T0202 N W4-6      
Quantitative Methods

Students in L5101
must enroll in either
T0301 or T0302.
L5101 Y M5-7   M. Schafer R
T0301NT1-3   
T0302NW10-12   
SOC203H1STheory IIL5101YM6-8 J. VeugelersRSee Details
SOC205H1SUrban SociologyL0101YT12-2 B. Berry  
SOC212H1FCrime & DevianceL0101YT11-1 C. Kruttschnitt  
   L0201YR2-5 C. Caron 
SOC214H1FFamily PatternsL0101YR12-2 B. Fox  
   T0101NR2   
   T0201NR3   
SOC218H1FAsian CommunitiesL0101YM1-3 E. Fong  
SOC220H1FSoc StratificationL0101YT12-2 G. Wodtke  
SOC243H1FSociology of HealthL0101YM10-12 W. Magee  
SOC244H1SSociol of HealthcareL0101YW2-4    
SOC246H1FSoc of Aging IL0101YT10-12 M. Schafer  
SOC250Y1YSociol of ReligionL5101YW5-8 J. Bryant  
SOC260H1SPolitical SociologyL0101YM10-12    
SOC265H1FGender & SocietyL0101YT12-2 B. Fox  
   T0101NT2   
   T0201NT3   
SOC279H1SContentious PoliticsL0101YR11-1    
   T0101NR1   
   T0102NR1   
   T0201NR2   
   T0202NR2   
   T5101NR6   
SOC281H1FCulture & InequalityL0101YT2-4 B. Erickson  
SOC300H1FQuant ApplicationsL0101YR1-3 B. WheatonRSee Details
   T0101NW12-2   
SOC301Y1YTheories InequalityL0101YR9-11    
SOC302H1SQualitative AnalysisL0101YF1-3  RSee Details
   T0101NF12   
   T0201NF3   
SOC303H1FFamily DemographyL0101YW1-3    
   T0101NR11-12:30   
   T0201NR3:30-5   
SOC309Y1YSociology of AidsL0101YF10-12    
SOC312H1SPopulation & SocietyL0101YW12-2 B. Berry  
SOC313H1SSocial ControlL0101YT9-11    
   L0201YR2-5 C. Caron 
SOC314H1SFamily RelationsL0101YR12-2    
SOC336H1FImmig/Race Rels CanadaL0101YT10-12 J. Reitz  
SOC355H1FIntro Social NetworksL0101YW12-2 A. Marin  
SOC356Y1YTechnology & SocietyL0101YM11-1    
SOC357H1SLives in CanadaL0101YT2-4 B. Erickson  
SOC363H1FSoc of Mental HealthL0101YT1-3 B. Wheaton  
SOC365H1SGender RelationsL0101YT4-6 A. Green  
SOC367H1FRace, Class, GenderL0101YW3-5    
   T0101NF10   
   T0201NF11   
   T0301NF1   
   T0401NF2   
SOC376H1FContemp Sociological TheoryL0101YM10-12 J. VeugelersRSee Details
SOC386H1FTop: Soc Research
(Jews, A Diaspora People)
L0101YM4-6 I. Zeitlin  
SOC388H1FSoc Everyday LifeL0101YT10-12 V. Leschziner  
SOC390Y1YIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC391H1FIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC392H1SIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC395H1STop: Sociol ResearchL0101YR4-6 A. Green  
SOC396H1FTop: Sociol Research
(Sociology of Hip Hop)
L0101YM12-2 J. Lee  
SOC397H1STop: Sociol Research
(International Criminal
Justice & Atrocities)
L0101YM1-3 R. LeviP*See Details
SOC412H1SMedicalization of DevL5101YW5-7  RSee Details
SOC478H1SSoc Context Public PolicyL0101YT2-4 I. PengRSee Details
SOC481H1SCulture & Soc NetworksL0101YR2-4 B. EricksonRSee Details
SOC483Y1YCulture and CognitionL0101YW10-12 V. LeschzinerRSee Details
SOC490Y1SIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC490Y1YIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE
SOC491H1FIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC492H1SIndependent ResearchL0101NTBA StaffE 
SOC493H1FTop: Soc Research
(Sociology of Disability)
L5101YT5-7 T. TitchkoskyRSee Details
SOC493H1STop: Soc Research
(Philosophy of Social Science)
L0101YT2-5 C. CaronR
SOC494H1FTop: Soc Research
(Social Psychology Inequality)
L0101YR10-12 S. SchiemanRSee Details
SOC494H1STop: Soc Research
(Researching Social Networks)
L0101YW12-2 A. MarinR
SOC496H1FTop: Soc Research
(Social Psychology)
L0101YT3-5 G. WodtkeRSee Details
SOC496H1STop: Soc Research
(Sociology of Creativity
& Innovation)
L0101YR10-12 V. LeschzinerR
SOC497H1STop: Soc Research
(Gun Violence)
L0101YM12-2 J. LeeRSee Details
SOC499H1FTop: Soc Research
(Ethnography)
L0101YM3-5 J. LeeRSee Details


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