Current course offerings and course descriptions (.pdf) will be updated on our webpage each semester.
|Course #||Course Title|
|GS/SOCI 5901||Key Debates in Sociological Theory (MA students only)|
|GS/SOCI 5995||MA Seminar (MA students only)|
|GS/SOCI 6001||Doctoral Seminar I (PHD1 students only)|
|GS/SOCI 6002||Doctoral Seminar II (PHDII students only)|
|GS/SOCI 6060||Qualitative Methods|
|GS/SOCI 6090 A||Selective Topics in Empirical Methods: Archives, Interviews, Data: Reflections on Methods—SUMMER 2023|
|GS/SOCI 6090||Selective Topics in Empirical Methods: Text Mining for Social Scientists|
|GS/SOCI 6112||Quantitative Analysis|
|GS/SOCI 6195||Theorizing Modernity|
|GS/SOCI 6200 A||Contemporary Topics in Social Theory: Queer Theory|
|GS/SOCI 6200 M||Contemporary Topics in Social Theory—Theorizing the Digital|
|GS/SOCI 6204||Indigenous Theory|
|GS/SOCI 6312||Critical Political Ecologies|
|GS/SOCI 6542||Violence, Identity and Subjectivity|
|GS/SOCI 6615||Diaspora, Hegemony and Cultural Identity|
|GS/SOCI 6665||Sociologies of Global Capitalism|
|GS/SOCI 6711||Social Movements|
|GS/SOCI 6745||Asian Studies: Critical Perspectives|
|GS/SOCI 6755||Research in Latin American and Caribbean Studies—SUMMER 2023|
|GS/SOCI 6760||Race and Ethnicity|
|GS/SOCI 6831||Health and Illness|
|GS/SOCI 6886||Social Dimensions of Legal Discourse|
ALL 5900 and 6900 sections: Independent reading courses are available to graduate students in sociology only. Students must fill out the reading course form and return it to the Program Office by the posted deadlines. Final approval rests with the Graduate Program Director.
For more information on our course offerings, including day/time of the course, room allocation and catalog number, please go to the York Course Website.
The Graduate Program in Sociology at York is an exciting environment to pursue innovative, socially engaging, career-ready education. Contact our Graduate Program Assistant to learn more.