In Queen’s sociology program, you will consider theories about how societies work, learn methodologies to investigate what is happening, and explore substantive areas such as gender and racism, socio-legal studies, criminology, and communication and information technologies.
We place a major emphasis on how to study a broad range of social processes, from childbirth to aging, and from community groups to world power blocs.
- children’s and social services;
- consumer research;
- corporate training;
- family support services;
- human resources;
- international aid;
- policy analysis and research;
- women’s services.