SOC440H5Y Research Project in Criminology, Law and Society

2018-19 Application & Instructions

SOC440H5Y is a seminar course where students pursue advanced research supervised by a CLS faculty member. Students develop a research proposal, conduct independent research, analyze data and present findings. Admission by academic merit and preference given to eligible CLS Specialists and Majors.

Click to view research projects from 2017-18.

Course Prerequisites: SOC205H5/SOC231H5, SOC221H5, SOC222H5, completed at least 13 credits, permission of the instructor.


  • This half credit (0.5) course is offered over the full academic year. Classes are held bi-weekly and scheduled for Tuesdays 3pm-5pm. 
  • Students cannot take SOC439H5Y and SOC440H5Y in the same academic year.

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