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Undergraduate Programs

We have a variety of programs available to suit your academic interests and career aspirations. Browse our options below and find the best fit for your needs.

African Studies

Grow intellectually as you gain personal and political insight on topics such as African history, the well-being of African people, and the continent’s role in global affairs.

Business & Society

Study the impact of business decisions on the larger society, and understand the correlation between economic decisions and social outcomes. You will benefit from a combination of philosophical, historical, economical, geographical, sociological and political approaches to business.


Discover how the study of crime and its control intersects with social life and connects to the pursuit of justice in the 21st century.

Health & Society

Challenge yourself to critically look at the complexity of health policy, and discover ways in which globalizing economies shape both illness and health care.

Interdisciplinary Social Science

Examine historical and contemporary issues within the social science field, including topics such as sustainability and the environment, social justice and diversity, diaspora and global development.

International Development Studies

Explore the foundations of international development theory and how these theories translate into the practice of helping those in need as you study the current realities facing communities throughout the world, and the factors that contribute to the inequalities between the rich and the poor.

Law & Society

Sharpen your research and analytical skills in fields as varied as philosophy, anthropology, and criminology, as you pursue the knowledge of the law, how it has impacted the course of history and the role it plays in today’s society.

Urban Studies

Gain real world perspectives and theoretical knowledge as you investigate the complex relationship between political institutions, economic systems, ecological processes, physical structures, social relations and cultural understandings.

Work & Labour Studies

Learn how work occupies much of our lives and influences how we live and think about the world while exploring the complex nature of work and employment, the impact of globalization and the role of trade unions.