Sociology

• Full-time or part-time • Most courses start September or January • Fees: $2,893 (one year of arts courses) • Individual university classes • Prince George; individual courses may be offered in Quesnel Careers Sociology is the study of societies and the ways they shape people’s attitudes, actions, identities, interactions, and institutions. Sociology helps us to make sense of the rapidly changing world we live in. At the same time, it helps us to know ourselves in new and exciting ways. By studying sociology, you’ll acquire an increased understanding of human interactions and the ability to interpret social events. Admission You’ll need one of the following: • Successful completion of Grade 12 (with English 12 or English 12: First Peoples) • ABE/CCP Advanced Certificate • GED Certificate • Completion of Grade 11 with an outstanding academic record in the year of application. Tips for your successful application • To ensure you select the most appropriate high school courses for your chosen career path, we strongly recommend that you consult a high school counsellor. • You’ll need to comply with the prerequisites of the specific CNC courses you select (see course listings at the back of this calendar). • The GED certificate meets CNC’s general admission requirements, but does not meet specific program or course prerequisites. Important dates Fall term • Classes: September 7, 2010 – December 17, 2010 • Exams: December 9 – 17, 2010 Spring term • Classes: January 4 – April 21, 2011 • Exams: April 14 – 21, 2011 • Study break: February 14 – 18, 2011
Revised: 11.04.19

What will you study? For help creating the two-year sociology program that meets your personal goals, contact CNC Counselling and Advising, or see Package 4 in the University Classes section (starts page 147) for a sample program of study. • For information on an associate degree in arts, see page 12 • For a list of all sociology courses available at CNC, see page 246 • For information on transferability, visit www.bctransferguide.ca, talk to a CNC counsellor/advisor, or contact the university you plan to attend after CNC You might also be interested in . . . • Aboriginal Studies, Associate Degree • Arts, Associate Degree • Criminology Diploma • Other university-level courses • Psychology • Women’s Studies and Gender Relations Diploma

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