Affiliated Centres and Programs

In 2013, Woodsworth College's undergraduate Criminology and Employment Relations programs were integrated with the programs administered by the Centre for Criminology and Sociolegal Studies and the Centre for Industrial Relations and Human Resources respectively.  The Undergraduate Program Office remains located in Woodsworth College. The relationship between the Centres and Woodsworth College allows program students, regardless of college affiliation, to benefit from the rich academic support services and facilities available at the College.


Centre for Criminology & Sociolegal Studies
The undergraduate Criminology and Sociolegal Studies program incorporates theory, research methods, and knowledge from a wide range of other disciplines such as history, political science, philosophy, sociology, psychology, law and economics. The program provides students with a sound foundation for the understanding of crime and the administration of justice in Canada and abroad, and, more generally, the processes of social order and disorder.  Most students combine their studies in Criminology and Sociolegal Studies with programs in Political Science, Psychology or Sociology.

Program Office | Woodsworth College
119 St. George Street - Room 236 | Toronto ON M5S 1A9
crim@utoronto.ca

Centre for Industrial Relations & Human Resources
The overarching goal of the undergraduate program in Employment Relations is to offer an interdisciplinary learning opportunity in which to study  the employment relationship in a Canadian and global context from the perspectives of economics, history, law, management, political science and sociology.  The program provides students with a theoretical background and knowledge of current developments in the field of work and employment that will serve as a basis for careers in government, the trade union movement and the corporate sector. Typical jobs include such roles as a Human Resources Generalist, Recruitment Specialist, Employment Equity Officer, Training and Development Consultant, Corporate Trainer, Labour Policy Advisor, Trade Union Officer and Labour Relations Specialist.

Program Office | Woodsworth College
119 St. George Street - Room 236 | Toronto ON M5S 1A9
er@utoronto.ca