College of Arts & Sciences
Curriculum

In addition to meeting the standards and requirements of the College of Arts and Sciences, degree candidates must complete department requirements in sociology and related fields for a total of 36 credits. With good reason, students may modify the major program in consultation with a department adviser. Introduction to Sociology (SOCI 1101) is normally the first course taken by majors, but late transfers can substitute Social Problems and Solutions (SOCI 2601) or Sociology of the Family (SOCI 2211) in its place.  
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Major Program Requirements

 

 Required Courses: 

 Credits
 SOCI 1101 Introduction to Sociology

 3

 SOCI 2910 Research Methodology

 3

 SOCI 3310 Sociological Theories

 3

 SOCI 5988 Senior Seminar in Sociology

 3

   

 Total: 12

  Electives:   
   Four sociology 2000 level courses (limit one special topics course)

 12

   One sociology 3000/4000 level course

 3

   Social Science Electives:  
   Nine (9) credits, selected in consultation with adviser, from any of the following disciplines: anthropology, Africana Studies, criminal justice, political science, economics, psychology and social work. No more than three (3) credits may be taken in each discipline.

9

 

 

Total Credits for Major:

 36


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