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.
Congratulations to our Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference prize winners
Congratulations to Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference prize winners Hal Kowalewski, Emilia Heilakka and Teodora Marie Rawsthorne Eckmyn.
Watch: Our Honours students present their research at our 2023 Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference
We had a fantastic lineup of student presentations at our Sociology Undergraduate Research Conference. Thanks to all of our Honours students who participated!
Working from home is a human rights issue, Prof. Sylvia Fuller tells CBC News
"It's not just a convenience issue for people. It is a human rights issue, insofar as it maps onto folks with some disabilities [and] health conditions [who really need] that flexibility," she said. "[There's] a lot of people who are quietly still not wanting to get infected and wanting to protect their health and that of their family."