Honours Double Major BA Program

The Honours BA program described may be pursued jointly with any Honours Major Bachelor’s degree program in the Faculties of Liberal Arts and Professional Studies, Environmental Studies, Fine Arts, or with a minor in Biology, Chemistry or Physics and Astronomy in the Faculty of Science and Engineering.

The requirements are the same as for the Honours BA Program:

Students must take at least 42 credits in Work and Labour Studies, including the following:

  • AP/SOSC 1510 6.0 The Future of Work
  • AP/SOSC 2210 6.0 Labour Relations in Canada

12 credits chosen from the following:

  • AP/SOSC 2211 6.0 Diversity in the Canadian Workplace
  • AP/SOSC 3130 6.0 Women and Work: Production and Reproduction
  • AP/SOSC 3210 6.0 The Working Class in Canadian Society
  • AP/SOSC 3211 6.0 Work For A Change: Strategic Research, Organizing and
    Communications
  • AP/SOSC 3240 3.0 Labour & Globalization I: North American Perspectives
  • AP/SOSC 3241 3.0 Labour and Globalization II: Comparative Perspectives
  • AP/SOSC 3242 3.0 Sex Work/Sexual Labour
  • AP/SOSC 3380 6.0 Law, Labour and the State
  • AP/SOSC 3815 3.0 Jobs, Unemployment & Canadian Labour Market Policy
  • AP/SOSC 3980 3.0 Workers’ Organizations
  • AP/SOSC 3981 3.0 Diversity Issues at the Workplace
  • AP/SOSC 3982 3.0 Work-Life Balance in Canada
  • AP/SOSC 3993 3.0 Strategies of Social Science Research
  • AP/SOSC 4250 6.0/3.0 Special Topics in Work & Labour Studies
  • AP/SOSC 4251 6.0 Mobile Worlds: Work, Labour and Power in the Global Era

6 additional credits chosen from the Work and Labour Studies lists of courses at the 3000 or 4000 level

12 credits at the 4000 level:

  • AP/SOSC 4210 6.0 Labour Relations Simulation
  • AP/SOSC 4240 6.0 Labour Studies Work Placement