As one of the top Sociology departments in the world, UBC Sociology offers graduate students the opportunity to specialize in one or more of our seven different research areas, from environment, community and social movements, to health, power and economy.
UBC Ph.D candidate Nicole Malette awarded a $63,000 ONCAT grant for her project.
UBC graduate student Cai Manlin talks about the discrimination women face for being single.
In Canada, the emphasis on workers’ right to a safe and healthy workplace in the wake of former governor-general Julie Payette’s resignation provides a rare opportunity to expand the definition of workplace harassment and hold toxic bosses to account.
Gain hands-on experience through assistantships or participate in our student Graduate Student Council.
PhD in Sociology
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In the Media, Students
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