Extended List of Courses

Limited spaces are available for Law & Society majors in Extended List courses, particularly those offered outside of the Department of Social Science.

If you are having difficulty enroling in a course for which you are eligible, please contact the relevant department.

Please check affiliated department and/or departmental calendars for the following:

  • Course credit exclusions
  • Course enrolments
  • Prerequisites

With the approval of the Law & Society Program Coordinator, students may be able to count other (related) courses for credit in Law & Society. Subject to degree credit exclusion and in-Faculty regulations, students may complete courses offered outside of the Faculty of Liberal Arts & Professional Studies for credit in Law & Society.

The approved courses listed here may not be offered every year. For more information, please consult the relevant program/department supplemental calendar.

*General Education Courses. Please see the program guidelines for additional information.

Department of Anthropology

(416) 736-5261 Office Location: Vari Hall 2054

  • AP/ANTH 3420 3.0 Indigenous Minorities & Human Rights
    Course credit exclusion: AP/ANTH 3420 6.0
  • AP/ANTH 3420 6.0 Indigenous Minorities & Human Rights
    Course credit exclusion: AP/ANTH 3420 3.0
  • AP/ANTH 4340 6.0 Advocacy and Social Movements

Department of Economics

(416) 736-5083 Office Location: Vari Hall 1144

  • AP/ECON 3240 3.0/3249 3.0 Labour Economics – Theory
    Prerequisites: AP/ECON 1000 3.0 and AP/ECON 1010 3.0 or equivalents.
    Course credit exclusions: AP/ECON 3249 3.0, GL/ECON 3540 3.0.
  • AP/ECON 3250 3.0/3259 3.0 Labour Economics Institutions
    Prerequisites: AP/ECON 3240 3.0 or AP/ECON 3249 3.0, or equivalent.
    Course credit exclusions: AP/ECON 3259 3.0, GL/ECON 3550 3.0
  • AP/ECON 4309 3.0 Law and Economics
    Prerequisites: AP/ECON 2300 3.0/2350 3.0 or equivalents, or permission of the instructor. Course credit exclusions: AK/ECON 3800 3.0, GL/ECON 4275 3.0.

Department of History

(416) 736-5123 Office Location: Vari Hall 2140

  • AP/HIST 2500 6.0 Canadian History
    Course credit exclusion: GL/HIST 2670 6.0, GL/SOSC 2670 6.0
  • AP/HIST 3415 6.0 Law, Property and Freedom in Britain and its Empire
  • AP/HIST 3591 6.0 Politics, Law and the Constitution in Modern Canada
  • AP/HIST 3830 6.0 Crime and Punishment in Western Societies
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3030 6.0
  • AP/HIST 3845 6.0 A The Law and Custom of War, 1600 -1994
  • AP/HIST 3850 6.0 Murder and Other Crimes: Law and Justice in 20th Century North America.

Department of Humanities

(416) 736-5158 Office Location: Vanier 262

  • *AP/HUMA 1825 9.0 Law and Morality
  • *AP/HUMA 2115 9.0 Law & Culture in the Ancient World
  • AP/HUMA/SOSC 4143 6.0 Disability and Cultural Representations
    For enrolments, please contact the Health and Society Program Office 416-736-2100 ext. 77796. Prerequisites: the completion of at least 84 credits, including AP/SOSC 2110 6.0 or AP/SOSC 2150 9.0, or written permission of the instructor.

Department of Equity Studies

(416) 736-5235 Office Location: Atkinson 302

  • AP/HREQ 3450 6.0 Law & Society: Legal Institutions and Social Justice
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3370 6.0 Social Justice & the Law
  • AP/MIST 3561 6.0 Racism and the Law
    Course credit exclusion: AP/REI 3561 6.00 (prior to Fall 2013). Course credit exclusion: AP/REI 3561 6.00 (prior to Fall 2013)

Department of Languages, Literatures and Linguistics

(416) 736-5016 Office Location: Ross S561

  • AP/LING 2400 3.0 Language in its Social Context
    Course credit exclusion: GL/EN/LING 3632 3.0
  • AP/LING 2450 3.0 Language and the Law

Department of Philosophy

(416) 736-5113 Office Location: Ross S448

  • AP/PHIL 2050 6.0 Philosophy of Law
    Course credit exclusion: GL/PHIL 2925 3.00. Prior TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusion: AK/PHIL 3530 6.0
  • AP/PHIL 2060 3.0 Social and Political Philosophy
    Course credit exclusion: GL/PHIL 2923 3.00. Prior TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusion: AK/PHIL 2440 3.
  • AP/PHIL 2070 3.0 Introductory Ethics
    Course credit exclusion: AP/MODR 1760 6.0
  • AP/PHIL 2075 3.0 Introduction to Applied Ethics
    Course credit exclusion: GL/PHIL 2615 3.00. Course credit exclusion: AP/PHIL 2071 3.0
  • AP/PHIL 3110 3.0 Political Philosophy
    Prerequisite: At least one of the following: AP/PHIL 2050 6.0, AP/PHIL 2060 3.0
  • AP/PHIL 2070 3.0 or AP/PHIL 2075 3.0 Course credit exclusion: GL/PHIL 3235 3.0.
  • AP/PHIL 3190 3.0 Philosophical Issues in Constitutional Law
    Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2050 6.0
  • AP/PHIL 3195 3.0 Punishment & Responsibility
    Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2050 6.0
  • AP/PHIL 4190 3.0 Seminar in the Philosophy of Law
    Prerequisite: AP/PHIL 2050 6.00 and one of AP/PHIL 3020 3.00, AP/PHIL 3110 3.00, AP/PHIL 3190 3.00, AP/PHL 3195 3.0

Department of Political Science

(416) 736-5265 Office Location: Ross S672

  • AP/POLS 2200 3.0 Communities and Public Law
    Cross-listed: AP/PPAS 2200 3.0 see Department of Public Policy and Administrative Studies
  • AP/POLS 2900 6.0 Perspectives on Politics: Classics of Western Political Thougt
    Cross-listed: AP/PPAS 2900 6.0 Course credit exclusions: AK/PHIL/POLS 2440 6.0
  • AP/POLS 3075 3.0 Law, Justice and Jurisprudence
  • AP/POLS 3135 3.0 Public Law I: The Constitution and the Courts in Canada
    Cross-listed to: AP/PPAS 3135 3.0, GL/POLS 3135 3.0
  • AP/POLS 3136 3.0 Public Law II: The Charter of Rights and Freedoms
    Cross-listed to: AP/PPAS 3136 3.0, GL/POLS 3136 3.0
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3360 6.0 Canadian Charter of Rights and Freedoms
  • AP/POLS 3165 6.0 Problems in Canadian Business Law *no longer offered
    Course credit exclusion: AP/ADMS 3620 3.0, and SB/MGMT 3100 3.0
  • AP/POLS 3190 6.0 Public Administration
    Course credit exclusion: GL/POLS 2500 6.00. Cross-listed to: AP/PPAS 3190 6.0
    Course credit exclusion: GL/POLS 3240 6.0
  • AP/POLS 4015 3.0 Theories of Justice
  • AP/POLS 4105 3.0 Judicial Administration in Canada
  • AP/POLS 4175 6.0 Canadian Constitutionalism
  • AP/POLS 4255 6.0 Issues in International Human Rights
  • AP/POLS 4401 3.0 Systems of Justice
    Course credit exclusions: AP/POLS/PPAS 4130 6.0, AP/SOSC 4362 6.0.
  • AP/POLS 4515 3.0 European Union *no longer offered
  • AP/POLS 4541 3.0 Human Rights in Europe & Canada: A Comparative Approach

School of Public Policy and Administrative Studies

(416) 736-5384 Office: McLaughlin 119

  • AP/PPAS 2200 3.0 Communities and Public Law
    Cross-listed: AP/POLS 2200 3.0
  • AP/PPAS 4070 6.0 Sociology of Law
    There are limited spaces that are reserved for 4th Year Law & Society Majors, who have completed 84 credits.
  • AP/PPAS 4130 6.0 Politics, Law and the Courts
    Cross-listed to: AP/POLS 4130 6.0 Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3381 6.0, AP/POLS 4401 3.0, AP/SOSC 4362 6.0 Law & Society Honours Seminar. : AP/POLS 4401 3.0, There are limited spaces that are reserved for 4th Year Law & Society Majors, who have completed 84 credits.

Department of Social Science

(416) 736-5054 Office Location: S737 Ross

  • *AP/SOSC 1341 9.0 Introduction to the Social Economy
  • *AP/SOSC 2330 6.0/9.0 Economics of Law, Policy and Organization
    For enrolment, please contact Business & Society (416) 736-2100 x7780
  • AP/SOSC/CRIM 2650 6.0 Theories of Criminology
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3382 6.00
    For enrolment, contact Criminology, (416) 736-2100 x22760
  • AP/SOSC/CRIM 3655 3.0 Policing
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC/CRIM 2651 3.0 Cross-listed to AP/CRIM 3655 3.0
    For enrolment, contact Criminology, (416) 736-2100 x22760
  • AP/SOSC/CRIM 3656 3.0 Punishment
    For enrolments, contact Criminology, (416) 736-2100 x22760
    Course credit exclusion: AP/CRIM/SOCI 3652 3.0
    Cross-listed to AP/CRIM 3656 3.0
  • AP/SOSC 3993 3. 0 Strategies of Social Science Research
    For enrolments, contact Health & Society (416) 736-2100 x 77796
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOSC 3363 3.0 and AP/SOSC 3364 3.0
  • AP/SOSC 4043 6.0 Corporate Governance and Business Law
    For enrolment, contact Business & Society Studies 416-736-2100 ext.77805
  • AP/SOSC 4210 6.0 Labour Relations Simulation
    Prerequisite: A university-level course in the labour relations field, or permission of the instructor. For enrolment, contact Labour Studies 416-736-2100 ext.22760
  • AP/SOSC 4370 6.0 State of the Art in Law and Society
    This is not an Honours Seminar Course.
  • AP/SOSC 4918 6.0 Freedom, Rights, Community:Transcultural Perspectives *NO LONGER BEING OFFERED

Department of Sociology

(416) 736-5015 Office Location: Vari Hall 2060

Due to limited space and popularity, it may be difficult to enrol into Sociology courses, especially at the 4000-level. Please do not rely on access to Sociology courses.

  • AP/SOCI 2070 6.0 Social Order and Social Organization
    Prior TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AK/POLS/SOCI 3570 6.0
  • AP/SOCI 3430 6.0 Ethnicity, Power and Identity
    Course credit exclusions: AP/MIST 3580 6.0, AP/REI 3580 6.0 (prior to Fall 2013).
  • AP/SOCI 3810 6.0 Criminalization and Regulation
    Course credit exclusion: AP/SOCI 3810 6.0 (prior to Fall 2013). PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AK/SOCI 3630 6.0, AS/SOCI 3810 6.0, AK/SOSC 3603 6.0. Prior to Fall 2015 Cross listed to HREQ 3810 6.0
  • AP/SOCI 4440 6.0 Racialization and the Law
  • AP/SOCI 4810 6.0 Women and the Criminal Justice System
  • AP/SOCI 4840 3.0/4840 6.0 Advanced Issues in Policing
    Prerequisite: Students must have successfully completed 84 credits. Course credit exclusions: AP/SOCI 4840 3.0, AP/SOCI 4840 6.0 (prior to Fall 2013).
  • AP/SOCI 4850 3.0 Organized Crime
    Prerequisite: Students must have successfully completed 84 credits.

Faculty of Environmental Studies

(416) 736-5022 Office Location: HNES Building, 137A

  • ES/ENVS 4312 3.0 Global Justice and International Humanitarian
    Prerequisite: Fourth year standing or by permission of the instructor. Students with Third year standing may have access subject to space availability and approval from the Faculty. PRIOR TO FALL 2009: Course credit exclusions: AS/POLS 4212 3.0, AS/POLS 4311 3.0

School of Arts, Media, Performance and Design

(416) 736-5822 Office Location: Goldfarb Centre for Fine Arts 322

  • FA/FACS 3360 3.0 The Arts and the Law: Policies and Perspectives
    Prerequisite: Third- or fourth-year standing or permission of the course director. Course credit exclusion: FA/FACS 4920D 3.0 and FA/FACS 3920 M 3.0.

Faculty of Health, Department of Psychology

(416) 736-5117 Office Location: BSB 292

  • HH/PSYC 2120 3.0 Social Psychology
    Prerequisite: AK/AS/HH/SC/PSYC 1010 6.0 or AK/HH/PSYC 2410 6.0, with a minimum grade of C.
  • HH/PSYC 3140 3.0 Abnormal Psychology
    Prerequisite: AK/AS/HH/SC/PSYC 1010 6.0 or AK/HH/PSYC 2410 6.0, with a minimum grade of C.
  • HH/PSYC 3310 3.0 Psychology and Law
    Prerequisite: AK/AS/HH/SC/PSYC 1010 6.0 or AK/HH/PSYC 2410 6.0, with a minimum grade of C. Course credit exclusion: GL/PSYC 3600 3.0.

Faculty of Science and Engineering

Department of Mathematics and Statistics (416) 736-5250 Office Location: Ross N520

  • SC/MATH 2560 3.0 Elementary Statistics I
  • SC/MATH 2570 3.0 Elementary Statistics II