The department of sociology at McMaster University offers an exceptional graduate experience.
The department fosters close mentorship with faculty members who are leading scholars in the fields of gender, sexuality and family; political sociology, social movements and social policy; race, ethnicity, and immigration; social inequality; social psychology; and sociology of work and occupations.
Our graduate programs emphasize the importance of good scholarship and trains students in current developments in the field of sociology in Canada and internationally.
Prepares students for jobs in a variety of institutions and future academic pursuits.
MA Sociology: Stream in Social Psychology
Study courses in social psychology from a sociological perspective.
Provides the training necessary to pursue academic and non-academic positions.
PhD Sociology, University of Toronto, 2013
Associate Professor | Graduate Chair of the Department of Sociology | Canada Research Chair in Mental Health and Work-Life Transitions
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