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Criminology, Law & Society - Major (Arts)

Criminology, Law & Society - Major (Arts)

Limited Enrolment — Space in the Major Program in Criminology, Law & Society is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria:

  1. Credits: A minimum of 4.0 credits.
  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a final mark of at least 67% in their first successful attempt at UTM SOC100H5 or a final mark of at least 70% in each of SOC109H5 and 0.5 credit of UTM SOC at the 200 level or above. (See Note 1 below.)
  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Notes:

  1. Students who have taken SOC209H5 will use this credit in lieu of SOC109H5. No specific grade in SOC209H5 is required. The achieved grade in SOC209H5 will be included in the CGPA calculation used to determine admission eligibility.
  2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. 

7.0 credits are required.

First Year:

Higher Years:

  • SOC205H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5
  • 1.0 credit from Group A, B, or C (below) at the 400-level
  • 1.0 credit from Group A, B, or C (below) at the 300-level
  • 1.0 credit from Group A, B, or C (below) at the 300-/400-level
  • 1.5 credits from Group A, B or C (below) at any level

Note: The credits used to satisfy the higher year requirements listed above must include 3.0 credits from Group A.


Group A - Criminology, Law & Society Courses:

SOC206H5, SOC208H5, SOC210H5, SOC211H5, SOC216H5, SOC219H5, SOC301H5, SOC303H5, SOC306H5, SOC310H5, SOC311H5, SOC312H5, SOC316H5, SOC320H5, SOC321H5, SOC322H5, SOC323H5, SOC324H5, SOC325H5, SOC326H5, SOC327H5, SOC328H5, SOC329H5, SOC330H5, SOC331H5, SOC333H5, SOC337H5, SOC338H5, SOC339H5, SOC346H5, SOC351H5, SOC353H5, SOC357H5, SOC358H5, SOC363H5, SOC365H5, SOC366H5, SOC371H5, SOC378H5, SOC379H5, SOC382H5, SOC393H5, SOC394H5, SOC401H5, SOC403H5, SOC405H5, SOC406H5, SOC420H5, SOC421H5, SOC423H5, SOC424H5, SOC429H5, SOC432H5, SOC446H5, SOC447H5, SOC448H5, SOC450H5, SOC456H5, SOC475H5, SOC493H5, SOC494H5

Group B - Interdisciplinary Elective Courses:

ANT205H5, ANT209H5, ANT217H5, ANT306H5, ANT352H5, ANT354H5, ANT369H5, ANT439H5, FSC220H5, FSC239Y5, FSC271H5, FSC360H5, FSC406H5, PHL246H5, PHL265H5, PHL271H5, PHL274H5, PHL275H5, PHL277Y5, PHL365H5, PHL370H5, PHL374H5, PHL376H5 POL209H5, POL210H5, POL215H5, POL216H5, POL310Y5, POL340Y5, POL343Y5 PSY220H5, PSY230H5, PSY240H5, PSY270H5, PSY328H5, PSY340H5, PSY341H5, PSY344H5, PSY346H5, PSY440H5, SOC231H5, SOC253H5, SOC263H5, SOC275H5, SOC302H5, SOC318H5, SOC332H5, SOC342H5, SOC348H5, SOC350H5, SOC359H5, SOC364H5, SOC375H5, SOC380H5, SOC387H5, SOC388H5, SOC425H5, SOC455H5, SOC457H5, SOC460H5, SOC463H5, WGS215H5, WGS350H5, WGS351H5, WGS365H5, WGS373H5, WGS420H5

Group C - Enrichment Courses: SOC230H5, SOC299H5, SOC299Y5, SOC382H5, SOC399H5, SOC399Y5, SOC401H5, SOC403H5, SOC406H5, SOC410H5, SOC411H5, SOC412H5, SOC413H5, SOC414H5, SOC415H5, SOC416H5, SOC417H5, SOC418H5, SOC419H5, SOC420H5, SOC421H5, SOC423H5, SOC439Y5, SOC440Y5, SOC450H5, SOC452H5, SOC456H5, SOC467H5, SOC480Y5, SOC485H5, SOC499H5, SOC499Y5


ERMAJ0727 | Program Area: Criminology, Law and Society

Criminology, Law & Society - Specialist (Arts)

Criminology, Law & Society - Specialist (Arts)

Limited Enrolment — Space in the Specialist Program in Criminology, Law & Society is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria:

  1. Registration Status: Current enrolment in the Criminology, Law & Society Major program.
  2. Credits: A minimum of 8.0 credits.
  3. Prerequisite Courses: ( SOC109H5 or SOC209H5) and SOC205H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5 with a minimum average of 73% across all courses. SOC209H5 will be accepted in place of SOC109H5 with no grade requirement and excluded from the calculation of minimum average of 73% across all courses.
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.


Notes:

  1. Students who have taken SOC209H5 will use this credit in lieu of SOC109H5. No specific grade in SOC209H5 is required. The achieved grade in SOC209H5 will be included in the CGPA calculation used to determine admission eligibility.
  2. Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. 

10.0 credits are required, including 5.0 credits at the 300/400 level

First Year:

Higher Years:

Note: The credits used to satisfy the bulleted requirements listed above must include 3.0 credits at the 300/400 level.


Group A - Criminology, Law & Society Courses:

SOC206H5, SOC208H5, SOC210H5, SOC211H5, SOC216H5, SOC219H5, SOC301H5, SOC303H5, SOC306H5, SOC310H5, SOC311H5, SOC312H5, SOC316H5, SOC320H5, SOC321H5, SOC322H5, SOC323H5, SOC324H5, SOC325H5, SOC326H5, SOC327H5, SOC328H5, SOC329H5, SOC330H5, SOC331H5, SOC333H5, SOC337H5, SOC338H5, SOC339H5, SOC346H5, SOC351H5, SOC353H5, SOC357H5, SOC358H5, SOC363H5, SOC365H5, SOC366H5, SOC371H5, SOC378H5, SOC379H5, SOC382H5, SOC393H5, SOC394H5, SOC401H5, SOC403H5, SOC405H5, SOC406H5, SOC420H5, SOC421H5, SOC423H5, SOC424H5, SOC429H5, SOC432H5, SOC446H5, SOC447H5, SOC448H5, SOC450H5, SOC456H5, SOC475H5, SOC493H5, SOC494H5

Group B - Interdisciplinary Elective Courses:

ANT205H5, ANT209H5, ANT217H5, ANT306H5, ANT352H5, ANT354H5, ANT369H5, ANT439H5, FSC220H5, FSC239Y5, FSC271H5, FSC360H5, FSC406H5, PHL246H5, PHL265H5, PHL271H5, PHL274H5, PHL275H5, PHL277Y5, PHL365H5, PHL370H5, PHL374H5, PHL376H5 POL209H5, POL210H5, POL215H5, POL216H5, POL310Y5, POL340Y5, POL343Y5 PSY220H5, PSY230H5, PSY240H5, PSY270H5, PSY328H5, PSY340H5, PSY341H5, PSY344H5, PSY346H5, PSY440H5, SOC253H5, SOC263H5, SOC275H5, SOC302H5, SOC318H5, SOC332H5, SOC342H5, SOC348H5, SOC359H5, SOC364H5, SOC375H5, SOC380H5, SOC388H5, SOC425H5, SOC455H5, SOC457H5, SOC460H5, SOC463H5, WGS215H5, WGS350H5, WGS351H5, WGS365H5, WGS373H5, WGS420H5

Group C - Enrichment Courses: SOC230H5, SOC299H5, SOC299Y5, SOC382H5, SOC399H5, SOC399Y5, SOC401H5, SOC403H5, SOC406H5, SOC410H5, SOC411H5, SOC412H5, SOC413H5, SOC414H5, SOC415H5, SOC416H5, SOC417H5, SOC418H5, SOC419H5, SOC420H5, SOC421H5, SOC423H5, SOC439Y5, SOC450H5, SOC452H5, SOC456H5, SOC467H5, SOC480Y5, SOC485H5, SOC499H5, SOC499Y5



ERSPE0727 | Program Area: Criminology, Law and Society

Sociology - Major (Arts)

Sociology - Major (Arts)

Limited Enrolment — Space in the Major program in Sociology is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria:

  1. Credits: A minimum of 4.0 credits.
  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a final mark of at least 67% in their first successful attempt at UTM SOC100H5 or a final mark of at least 70% in each of two 0.5 credit UTM SOC courses at the 200 level or above.
  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission. 

7.0 credits of SOC are required.

First Year:

Higher Years:

  • SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 300 level
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 400 level
  • 1.0 credit of SOC at the 300/400 level
  • 2.0 credits of SOC

Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5
    3. SOC205H5
    4. SOC221H5
    5. SOC222H5
    6. SOC231H5
    7. SOC350H5
    8. SOC387H5
    9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERMAJ1013 | Program Area: Sociology

Sociology - Minor (Arts)

Sociology - Minor (Arts)

Limited Enrolment: — Admission is based on the following criteria:

  1. Credits: Students must have a minimum of 4.0 credits.

  2. Prerequisite Course(s): Students must have a minimum final mark of 65% in their first successful attempt at UTM SOC100H5 or a final mark of 67% in each of two 0.5 credit UTM SOC courses at the 200 level or above.

  3. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the CGPA requirement each admission period in relation to the number of applicants and it is never below 2.00.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

4.0 credits in Sociology are required.

Year 1

Year 2

  • 2.5 SOC credits at the 200 level

Year 3

  • 1.0 SOC credit at the 300 level

Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERMIN1013 | Program Area: Sociology

Sociology - Specialist (Arts)

Sociology - Specialist (Arts)

Limited Enrolment — Space in the Specialist Program in Sociology is limited. To be considered for enrolment, students must meet the following minimum criteria:

  1. Registration Status: Current enrolment in the Sociology Major program.
  2. Credits: A minimum of 8.0 credits.
  3. Prerequisite Courses: SOC100H5 and SOC221H5 and SOC222H5 and SOC231H5 with a minimum average of 73% across all courses.
  4. Cumulative Grade Point Average (CGPA): The Department of Sociology determines the minimum CGPA annually in relation to the number of applicants. It is never below 2.00.

Note: Meeting the minimum requirements does not guarantee admission.

10.0 credits of SOC are required.

First Year:

Higher Years:


Note:

Students are not permitted to take any of the following courses elsewhere:

    1. SOC100H5
    2. SOC109H5
    3. SOC205H5
    4. SOC221H5
    5. SOC222H5
    6. SOC231H5
    7. SOC350H5
    8. SOC387H5
    9. SOC440Y5

If any of the above credits are completed outside of UTM, students will be required to complete the UTM version of the course and it will be designated as an EXT course. Special consideration may be given to new students assessed for transfer credit at UTM.


ERSPE1013 | Program Area: Sociology