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Bachelor of Arts Concentrated Honours in Social Anthropology - Halifax - Nova Scotia Bachelor of Arts Concentrated Honours in Social Anthropology - Halifax - Nova Scotia
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The Department's honours programs are designed for students with an interest in, and demonstrated aptitude for, advanced study in either Sociology or Social Anthropology.
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Bachelor of Arts Concentrated Honours in Social Anthropology
Course Description:
Concentrated Honours BA Program

Departmental Requirements

Classes required in Concentrated Honours in Social Anthropology:


1000 level
            
•     One of: SOSA 1000.06, 1050.06, 1100.06, 1200.06, or King's Foundation Year Program

2000 level
            
•     SOSA 2001.06 or 2002.06
•     At least one additional 2000 level credit

3000 level
            

•     SOSA 3400.03
•     SOSA 3402.03
•     SOSA 3403.03

4000 level
            
•     SOSA 4000.06
•     SOSA 4003.03
•     A minimum of one additional SOSA 4000-level seminar (0.5 credit)

In total a minimum of nine (9) and a maximum of eleven (11) SOSA credits beyond the 1000 level are required.

NOTE: Students considering graduate work in Sociology are strongly advised to take SOSA 4002.03: Quantitative Analysis for the Social Sciences II, since intermediate statistical competence is often required as a component of graduate social science programs.

  • SOSA 1000X/Y.06: Culture and Society.
  • SOSA 1050X/Y.06: Explorations in Culture and Society.
  • SOSA 1100X/Y.06: Introduction to Anthropology.
  • SOSA 1200X/Y.06: Introduction to Sociology.
  • SOSA 2001X/Y.06: Ethnography in a Global Context.
  • SOSA 2002X/Y.06: The Sociological Perspective: Thinking and Doing Sociology.
  • SOSA 2040X/Y.06: Social Inequality.
  • SOSA 2090X/Y.06: Youth and Society.
  • SOSA 2100X/Y.06: Environment and Culture.
  • SOSA 2110X/Y.06: Exploring Canadian Society.
  • SOSA 2161X/Y.06: Work and Occupations in a Changing World.
  • SOSA 2181.03: Explaining Crime and Criminal Behavior.
  • SOSA 2182.03: Exploring Crime and Criminal Behavior.
  • SOSA 2190X/Y.06: Comparative Perspectives on Gender.
  • SOSA 2200X/Y.06: The Family in Comparative Perspective.
  • SOSA 2221X/Y.06: Society and the Self.
  • SOSA 2291X/Y.06: Goblins, Ghosts, Gods, Gurus.
  • SOSA 2300X/Y.06: Introduction to Social Problems.
  • SOSA 2400X/Y.06: Health and Illness Across Cultures.
  • SOSA 2401X/Y.06: Food and Eating Across Cultures.
  • SOSA 2501X/Y.06: Sociology of Health and Illness.
  • SOSA 3002.03: Native Peoples of Canada.
  • SOSA 3005.03: Does Industrial Society Have a Future?: Knowledge, Work, and Culture in the Contemporary World.
  • SOSA 3006.03: Comparative Perspectives on Gender and Work.
  • SOSA 3008.03: Canadian Society and Politics.
  • SOSA 3009.03: Public Opinion in Canada.
  • SOSA 3013.03: Religion in Contemporary Society.
  • SOSA 3014.03: Rethinking Culture and Class.
  • SOSA 3015.03: Popular Memory.
  • SOSA 3031.03: Social Problems and Social Policy.
  • SOSA 3060.03: Social Change and Development.
  • SOSA 3071.03: Human Nature and Anthropology/Sociology.
  • SOSA 3085.03: Self and Society.
  • SOSA 3091.03: The Sociology of Culture.
  • SOSA 3105.03: Media and Society.
  • SOSA 3116.03: Issues in Social Research.
  • SOSA 3120.03: Social Conflict.
  • SOSA 3135.03: The Social Organization of Health Care.
  • SOSA 3141.03: Sociology of Mental Disorders.
  • SOSA 3143.03: Health, Illness and the World.
  • SOSA 3145.03: Gender and Health.
  • SOSA 3147.03: Social Gerontology.
  • SOSA 3148.03: The Sociology of Addiction: Drugs, Health and Society.
  • SOSA 3149.03: Childhood in Cross Cultural Perspective.
  • SOSA 3150.03: Sociology and Anthropology of the Body.
  • SOSA 3155.03: Sociology and Anthropology of Emotion.
  • SOSA 3165.03: Peoples and Cultures of the World: Selected Area Studies.
  • SOSA 3168.03: Issues in Latin American Society.
  • SOSA 3169.03: Southern Africa: Comparative Societies and Institutions.
  • SOSA 3175.03: Sociology of Education.
  • SOSA 3180.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3181.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3182.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3183.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3184.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3185.03: Issues in the Study of Indigenous Peoples of North America.
  • SOSA 3186.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3187.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3188.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3189.03: Special Topics in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3190.03: Social Movements.
  • SOSA 3206.03: Ethnicity, Nationalism and Race.
  • SOSA 3211.03: Continuity and Change in Rural Societies.
  • SOSA 3214.03: The Anthropology of Globalization.
  • SOSA 3215.03: Migration and Identity.
  • SOSA 3220.03: Coastal Communities in the North Atlantic.
  • SOSA 3225.03: Culture, Rights and Power.
  • SOSA 3228.03: Belief Systems: Symbol, Myth, and Meaning.
  • SOSA 3231.03: Psychological Anthropology.
  • SOSA 3245.03: Women and Aging.
  • SOSA 3250.03: Beyond Genes and Circuits: The Anthropology and Sociology of Technoscience.
  • SOSA 3275.03: Crime and Public Policy.
  • SOSA 3281.03: Youth Crime.
  • SOSA 3285.03: Sociology of Law.
  • SOSA 3295.03: Society and the Police.
  • SOSA 3310.03: Indian Society: Change and Continuity.
  • SOSA 3400.03: History of Anthropological Theory.
  • SOSA 3401.03: History of Sociological Thought.
  • SOSA 3402.03: Figuring Out Society.
  • SOSA 3403.03: Qualitative and Field Methods.
  • SOSA 3405.03: Contemporary Social Theory.
  • SOSA 4000X/Y.06: Honours Seminar in Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 4001.03: Quantitative Analysis for the Social Sciences I.
  • SOSA 4002.03: Quantitative Analysis for the Social Sciences II.
  • SOSA 4003.03: Contemporary Perspectives in Ethnography.
  • SOSA 4004.03: Issues in Economy, Work, and Development.
  • SOSA 4005.03: Issues in Social justice and Inequality.
  • SOSA 4006.03: Issues in Critical Health Studies.
  • SOSA 4011.03: Issues in Social Theory.
  • SOSA 4012.03: 4013.03: Issues in Sociology and Social Anthropology.
  • SOSA 4031.03: Social Policy Research Seminar.
  • SOSA 4072.03: Naturalistic Approaches to the Social Sciences.
  • SOSA 4205.03: Moral Panics as a Social Phenomenon.
  • SOSA 4210.03: Tourism and Development.
  • SOSA 4400X/Y.06: Majors Seminar: Applying Sociology and Social Anthropology Inside, Outside, and Beyond University.
  • SOSA 4500X/Y.06: Honours Seminar in Sociology.
  • SOSA 4510.03: 4520.03: Readings in Sociology/Social Anthropology.
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