This course provides hands-on opportunities for students to gain practical skills and experience in public service, social action, and community engagement, and to learn from experienced professionals and acquire relevant skills that can be in the work or voluntary sector. Students gain theoretical and methodological understanding of the role of organizational leadership, culture, complexity and mobilization of resources for change.
- Teacher: Cheryl Veinotte
This course introduces the basic concepts of sociology including social structure, culture, socialization, deviance, social control, social organization, structured social inequality, and social change. It makes extensive use of examples from the Canadian context. (Format: Lecture 3 Hours)(Distribution: Social World)
- Teacher: Erin Steuter