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.
Interdisciplinary Social Science (ISS) provides students with a solid grounding in interdisciplinary social science research methods and critical social theory. Students have the opportunity to explore courses from a range of progressive fields including, for example, work and labour studies, development studies, health and society, urban studies and/or African studies in order to critically examine historical and contemporary issues related to social and political thought, social justice and diversity, sustainability and the environment, social exclusion and identity, diaspora and global development. A degree in ISS will benefit students interested in studying the relationship between culture, politics and the economy in Canadian and global contexts, and prepares students for careers in various fields as well as further post-graduate studies.
Faculty: Liberal Arts and Professional Studies
Degree: Bachelor of Arts (BA), Double Major, Minor
3, 4 yrs
Research / Other Activities
Our degree program prepares you for a wide variety of careers in the public, private, volunteer and community sectors, as well as for further post-graduate studies.