Bachelor of Arts in Sociology: 2013-2014 Academic Year
Official course selections should be made with the guidance of an
academic advisor and will depend on an individual student's situation.
Specific information regarding majors, minors, course descriptions, policies and procedures can be found in the university catalog.
|GWC 1000: GWC College Experience||3||GEN 1400: Media Studies, Technology, and GWC||4|
|GEN 1200: Mathematical Reasoning for Science & Mgt||3||GEN 1500: Intro Research and Information Literacy||4|
|GEN 1300: Inclusivity and Expression||4||GEN 1600: Scientific Inquiry||4
|SEP 1100: A Powerful Way of Change||3||SEP 1200: Innovators, Problem Solvers, and Their Tools||4|
|Total Semester Hours||13||Total Semester Hours||16|
|GEN 2100: Historical Studies and Society||4||GEN 2300: Arts, Literature, and Inquiry||3|
|GEN 2200: Ethical Reasoning and Values||4||GEN 2400: Social Inquiry||4|
|SEP 2100: Tools of Transformation for Sustainable, Constructive Change
SEP 2200: Developing a Proposal – Changing Lives
* CRJ/SOC 2300: Criminology
|SOC1100: Introduction to Society||4||SOC Elective / Elective||4|
|Total Semester Hours||15||Total Semester Hours||17|
|PSY/SOC 3500: Research and Statistical Methods||4||* SOC Elective||4|
|* PSY/SOC 3450: Social and Applied Psychology||4||*** SOC Elective / Elective||4|
|SOC Elective / Elective||4||*** SOC Elective / Elective||4|
SOC Elective / Elective
|*** SOC Elective / Elective||4|
|SEN 3100: Implementation to Real World||1||SEP 3200: Transformation to Real World||1|
|Total Semester Hours||17||Total Semester Hours||17|
|** SOC 4310: Seminar in Classical Sociological Theories||4||** SOC 4320: Seminar in Contempoary Sociological Theories||4|
|* SOC Elective||4
||*** SOC Elective / Elective||4|
|*** SOC Elective / Elective||4||*** SOC Elective / Elective||4|
|SEN 4100: Leading for the Future||2||SEN 4200: Capstone||2|
|Total Semester Hours||14||Total Semester Hours||14|
* Students need to take 15 hrs of elective SOC courses; a SOC elective could include an Internship from 1 to 4 semester hours.** These courses are offered every other year in the fall and spring (Even year Fall and odd year spring).
*** Students majoring in Sociology should consider using their Electives to complete a major/minor in Criminal Justice or Psychology that may assist them in pursuing their academic and career goals.