University of Guelph 1999-2000 Undergraduate Calendar

X--Degree Programs

Rural and Development Sociology

Department of Sociology and Anthropology, College of Social and Applied Human Sciences.

The program of Rural and Development Sociology focuses on the study of rural institutions and processes in industrialized societies with an emphasis on changes in rural communities, agriculture and natural resources, including historical and comparative analyses of the development of rural life. It provides students with major research and conceptual tools needed for the understanding of rural transformation, their interdependence with the natural environment and with urban society.

Honours Program Major

A minimum of 8.00 credits in Sociology and Anthropology is required, including:

  1. ANTH*1150, SOAN*2111/2, SOAN*2120, SOAN*3070, SOAN*3120, SOAN*3300, SOC*1100, SOC*2080, (ANTH*3690 OR SOC*3310), SOC*3380, SOC*4210
  2. 4 of SOAN*4220, SOAN*4240, SOC*2010, SOC*2090, SOC*2280, SOC*2390, SOC*4210, SOC*4880, SOC*4890, SOC*4900, SOC*4910
  3. at least 1.00 credit at the 4000 level

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Last revised: January 1999.