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(When possible, these courses should be completed first, however the order in which courses are taken often depends on the course schedule for each term.)
SOC 1000 Perspectives of Society
SOC 1600 Social Problems
ANTH 1020 Introduction to Anthropology
Requirements for Sociology Major
SOC 2600 Methods in Social Research
SOC 3900 Senior Seminar
Students must also complete 21 additional sociology credits at the 2000, 3000, or 4000 level from any of the SOC courses listed under Sociology. Students must take at least six of these 21 credits at the 3000 or 4000 level. No more than three credits of SOC 3450 may be applied toward this twenty-one credit requirement.
Requirement in Related Area
MATH 1150 Statistics
SOCIOLOGY CONCENTRATIONS (OPTIONAL)
By selecting a concentration you can acquire specialized knowledge and skills in a specific sociology area. Students may choose from the following sociology concentrations.
Service and the Community Concentration
This concentration focuses on strategies of society and social work practitioners to implement social policy and effect social change.
SOC 2310 Societal Responses to Human Needs Public and Private
SOC 2410 Working with Individuals
SOC 2420 Working with Groups and Communities
SOC 3390 Crisis Intervention
Ethnic and Gender Studies Concentration
This concentration focuses on how ethnicity and gender influence social organization and power relationships in contemporary American society.
SOC 2160 Urban Life: Culture and Change
SOC 2660 Sociology of Women
SOC 2670 Minorities and Majorities
SOC 3760 Wealth, Poverty, and Social Class in America
*Curriculum requirements vary depending on the number and type of credits accepted for transfer. Transfer credits are not needed to enter the program. An advisor will help you develop a personalized education plan.
Curriculum is subject to change.
Unless otherwise noted, all courses are 3 credits.