Sociology - Bachelor of Arts
|SOC 101G||Introductory Sociology||3|
|SOC 351||Sociological Theory||3|
|SOC 352||Social Research: Methods 1,2||3|
|SOC 353||Sociological Research: Analysis 1||3|
|SOC 401||Introduction to Sociological Practice||3|
|Select sufficient electives in sociology to bring total credits in major to 33, including 24 upper-division of which 6 credits must be 400 level (excluding SOC 401). 3||18|
Criminal Justice/Sociology double majors may be permitted to substitute C J 300 Introduction to Criminal Justice Research for SOC 352 Social Research: Methods and C J 301 Advanced Research Methods for SOC 353 Sociological Research: Analysis.
The six credits of SOC 400 electives does not include SOC 401 Introduction to Sociological Practice. SOC 449 Directed Readings can be applied to this requirement. A maximum of six credits of SOC 449 Directed Readings is allowed. In addition, for those in the Master's Accelerated Program, SOC 500 electives can be used to meet the six credit requirement.
In addition, substitution/waivers for courses may be available upon consultation with the Department Head in the Department of Sociology. In all cases, the total number of sociology credits (courses with SOC prefix) must be a minimum of 33.
|General Education Courses||35|
|Viewing a Wider World Courses||6|
|Electives: to bring total to 120 credits, with 48 credits being upper-division||46|
For the Bachelor of Arts in Sociology there is no second language requirement for the degree.