The study of group life: its characteristics, changes, causes, and consequences. It combines scientific and humanistic perspectives in the study of urban and rural life, family patterns and relationships, social change, intergroup relations, social class, mass media and communications, health-seeking behaviour, as well as social movements and community responses to disasters - natural and created.
- Junior English (3 credits)
- Language other than English (6 credits) (if required) or Options (6 credits)
- Options (18 credits) second Junior English recommended
Refer to University’s calendar or consult with an advisor for second year course selection