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For the sociology course offerings, 1000-level courses provide a comprehensive descriptive overview at the introductory level, 2000-level courses provide an in-depth specialized study of a particular case, area, or social phenomenon and introduce theoretical perspectives and 3000-level courses analyze case materials applying theory critically in specific cases and consider the consequences of various theories on social policy and strategies for social change.
A 1000-level sociology course is required as a prerequisite for any 2000-level sociology course and any 2000-level sociology course is a prerequisite for any 3000-level sociology course. Any student who has grounds to request a waiver of this requirement may do so by contacting the sociology area coordinator for a decision. This request must be made prior to enrolling in the upper-level sociology course.Prerequisite:
|SOC 1000||Social Life||3|
Requirements for Sociology Major:
|SOC 2130||Sociological Theory||3|
|SOC 2200||Race and Ethnicity||3|
|SOC 2470||Sex, Gender and Sexuality||3|
|SOC 2510||Social Movements and Social Action||3|
|SOC 2600||Methods in Social Research||3|
|SOC 2760||Wealth, Poverty and Social Class||3|
|SOC 3900||Senior Seminar: Doing Sociology||3|
Requirements in related areas:
|MATH 1150||Statistics I||3|
Students must take 3 courses (9 credits), at least 1 from 3000-level. These courses may also be used toward a concentration.