The Firm and Organization stream examines various aspects of the modern corporation, both its internal organization and its relationship with organizations in the national and international society in which corporations operate.
Courses offered in this stream will focus on the manner in which work and workers are organized within and without the corporation, and on the circumstances under which the relation between owners, managers and workers are more or less adversarial. There is a particular focus on how the organization of the corporation is affected by and, in turn, affects gender disparities in society. Issues of corporate governance and regulation also form part of the focus of this stream.
This stream would be a good choice for those students who aim to work in the corporate world, though it should be stressed that none of the stream's courses are aimed to equip students with concrete skills of the corporate workplace.
- AP/SOSC 2342 6.0
- AP/SOSC 3043 3.0
[Pre-Req. AP/SOSC 1340]
3.0 credits chosen from:
- AP/SOSC 3980 3.0 Workers’ Organizations
- AP/SOCI 3600 3.0 The Sociology of Work and Industry
- AP/SOCI 3615 3.0 The Sociology of Occupations & Professions
- AP/ECON 3200 3.0 Industrial Organization
- AP/GL/WMST 3510 6.0 Women & Work: Production & Reproduction
- AP/ADMS 3120 3.0 Gender Issues in Management
- AP/ADMS 3450 3.0 Employment, Equity and Diversity
- AP/ECON 3709 3.0 Economics of Gender
- AP/SOSC 3981 3.0 Diversity Issues at the Workplace
Honours BA Requirements
In addition to the BA requirements, students pursuing BA Hons. will also require:
- AP/SOSC 4043 6.0 Corporate Governance & Business Law