Sociology Undergraduate Major (BA, BS, HBA, HBS)
Also available via Ecampus.
Sociology is the study of human social behavior and sociologists examine interactions within and between groups and resulting social institutions. The undergraduate program in sociology provides a general analysis and broad understanding of human societies and culture for persons in all fields. Selecting courses around a topic or theme of interest adds meaning to one’s education and strengthens the base of understanding from which one can pursue a career or further education. Two options are currently available for those interested — Crime and Justice, and Environmental and Natural Resource Sociology — although students can shape a custom theme such as international development or social policy.
|Select 51 credits|
|SOC 204||*INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (Prereq. to all upper-division sociology courses] Also offered via Ecampus)||3|
|SOC 315||^METHODS I: RESEARCH DESIGN (Also offered via Ecampus.)||4|
|SOC 316||METHODS II: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS (Also offered via Ecampus.)||4|
|SOC 413||SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY (Also offered via Ecampus.)||4|
|Select 33 credits 1||33|
Baccalaureate Core Course (BCC)
Writing Intensive Course (WIC)
Transfer students may apply a maximum of 12 credits of lower-division sociology credits toward a degree in sociology.
A minimum grade-point average of 2.50 must be earned in sociology course work. A grade of C– or above is required in SOC 315 ^METHODS I: RESEARCH DESIGN, SOC 316 METHODS II: QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS, and SOC 413 SOCIOLOGICAL THEORY.
Major Code: 980