Honours Major / Minor BA Program

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