You are now in the main content area

Politics and Governance_Sociology Double Major Professional Table II

A total of eleven (11) courses are required from Professional Table II.

Politics and Governance: A minimum of eight (8) POG courses must be taken, at least 3 of which must be at the 400-level. A maximum of two (2) courses, marked with two asterisks (**), can be used to satisfy 300-level Table II requirements.

Sociology: A minimum of two (2) SOC courses must be taken.  

Politics and Governance:


POG 210* Power and Authority in Canada
POG 310 Provincial Politics
POG 313 The Politics of Race and Ethnicity
POG 315 Equity and Human Rights in Canada
POG 410 Canadian Urban Politics
POG 416 The Politics of Canadian Federalism
POG 417 Canadian-American Relations
PPA 301 
Administrative Law
PPA 319 Politics of Work and Labour


POG 214* Controversial Policy Topics
POG 316 Social Policy
POG 317 Education Politics and Policy
POG 411 Canadian Foreign Policy
POG 412 Government and the Economy
POG 415 Environmental Politics and Policy
PPA 403 e-Government
PPA 411 Advanced Public Policy
PPA 414 Comparative Public Policy


POG 225* Global Governance
POG 323 The Politics of International Development
POG 324 Global Political Economy
POG 327 Non-State Actor and Global Security 
POG 328 Peace and Security in Asia 
POG 423 Nationalism and Identity
POG 424 Human Rights and Global Politics
POG 425 Regional Economic and Political Integration
POG 426 Global Conflict and Peace
POG 427 Women, War, and Peace


POG 240* Intro to Comparative Politics
POG 341 US Politics
POG 342 Politics in Africa
POG 343 Politics in Latin America
POG 440 Indigenous Governance/Justice
POG 442 Women and Comparative Politics
POG 443 Global Cities
POG 444 Politics, Media and Technology
POG 446 Voters, Elections, and Parties
POG 447 Courts and Constitutions 


POG 235* Western Political Thought
POG 320*  Social Identity and Citizenship
POG 331 Politics and Cinema
POG 335 Political Communication
POG 430 Contemporary Political Thought
POG 431 Power, Domination and Resistance
POG 432 Varieties of Democracy

Intensive Experiential Learning

POG 391 MP/MPP Office Placement
POG 392 Government and Politics in Washington DC
POG 494 Women in the House
POG 499 Field Experience


INP 900*  Understanding the Nonprofit Sector
POG 490 Politics and Governance Topics
POG 498 Directed Research in Politics
POG 499 Field Experience
POL 501** Women, Power, and Politics
POL 507** Power, Change and Technology
POL 510** The Politics of Sexual Diversity
POL 511** Well-being and Opportunity in Canada
POL 540** Issues in Third World Politics
POL 588** Neoliberalism and its Alternatives
POL 601** Social Movements and Politics
POL 607** Politics of Technology and Globalization
POL 609** Global Justice
POL 613** International Law for Human Protection
POL 620** Sports and Politics
POL 688** Colonialism and Imperialism
POL 720** Canada in the Continent


*Single Major Politics and Governance students cannot take POG 210, POG 214, POG 225, POG 235, POG 240, POG 320, and INP 900 for credit toward their Table II requirements.  


  1. With a course directive completed in advance, other Public Administration (PPA) courses may be substituted for Table II Professional courses at an equivalent level.  


A maximum of two (2) courses, marked with a dagger (†), can be used toward Table II requirements.  

DST 501 Rethinking Disability
SOC 300†† Sociology of Equity and Diversity
SOC 302 The City and Society
SOC 319 Sociological Perspectives on Crime
SOC 402 The City and Social Problems
SOC 420†† Social Class in Changing Times
SOC 472 At Work in a Changing World
SOC 474 Immigration, Borders and Belonging
SOC 476 Sociology of Fear
SOC 477 Sociology of Advertising
SOC 478 Sociology of Fun
SOC 479 Social Networks and the World Wide Web
SOC 491* Independent Sociological Analysis
SOC 500 Youth and Society
SOC 502 Violence and the Family
SOC 503 Sociology of Education
SOC 504 Children and Society
SOC 505 Sociology of Sport
SOC 506 Health and Society
SOC 530 Blackness and Freedom
SOC 540 Special Topics in Indigenous Studies
SOC 553 Indigenist Thought
SOC 576 Colonialism and Anti-Blackness
SOC 595 Women and Aging
SOC 600 Globalization and Health
SOC 603 Sociology of Gender
SOC 605 Families: Difference and Diversity
SOC 606 Work and Families in the 21st Century
SOC 608†† Women, Power and Change
SOC 609 Women and Human Rights
SOC 611 Future Worlds: Technology and Social Change
SOC 633 Sex, Gender Identities and Sexualities
SOC 700 Men and Masculinities in the 21st Century
SOC 702 Anatomy of Human Conflict
SOC 703 Women, Power and the Global South
SOC 704 Aging, Culture and Society
SOC 705 Law and Justice
SOC 706 Globalized Labour and Consumption
SOC 707 Religion, Meaning and Power
SOC 708 Environmental Sociology
SOC 801 Global Power Relations
SOC 802 Issues in War and Peace
SOC 803 International Community Engagement
SOC 808 Sociology of Food and Eating
SOC 885 Women in Islam
SOC 902 Hollywood and Society
SOC 903 Action Cinema and Modernity
SOC 904 Women in Popular Culture
SOC 931 Waste and Consumerism
SOC 932 The Entertainment Industry
SOC 941 Colonialism and Racialization
SOC 942 Women and Structural Change
SOC 943 Poverty Issues

*Departmental approval required.
†† If not previously selected.