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Sociology

Sociology is the branch of knowledge that deals with the development, structure, and collective behavior and interaction of human society.

Northern Lights College offers the following sociology courses:

SOCI101 Introduction to Sociology I
SOCI102 Introduction to Sociology II
SOCI201 Structure of Canadian Society
SOCI204 The Family in Canada
SOCI205 Deviant Behavior in Canadian Society
SOCI207 Introduction to Statistics in the Social Sciences.

 

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