Examine processes of social and cultural life in human societies past and present in the undergraduate programs at UBC Sociology.
Study topics such as inequality, gender and sexuality, race and ethnicity, law and criminal activity, immigration, families, and more.
Gain hands-on experience through various opportunities and assistantships, and by participating in our student association.
Make informed and thoughtful decisions about your academic path with the help of Arts Advising.
Prof. Guy Stecklov to teach new course about global population dynamics
UBC Sociology Professor Guy Stecklov's new course, Global Population Dynamics, aims to engage with population dynamics from a very global and historical perspective.
Advice from your Arts Peer Advisors
Second year sociology student Sabrina Moshenko and fellow peer advisors offer their words of wisdom for incoming UBC Arts students.
Kimberly Huyser’s research amplifies Indigenous voices during the COVID-19 Pandemic
A new interdisciplinary research network is announcing eight research projects investigating COVID-19 variants of concern (VOCs) and variants of interest (VOIs) in Canada. University of British Columbia Sociology Professor Kimberly Huyser is overseeing Pillar 7, which focuses on Indigenous Engagement, Development, and Research (CIEDAR).