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Sociology and Anthropology

Sociology

Students earning the Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology must complete the university-wide general education requirements, the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences requirements, and the following concentration requirements for the major. Please visit the abovementioned university sites for a more detailed description of their requirements. 

SOCIOLOGY MAJOR (33 CR.)

All of the following:
SOC-S161 Principles of Sociology
SOC-S353 Qualitative Research Methods
SOC-S354 Quantitative Research Methods
SOC-S348 Introduction to Sociological Theory
SOC-S349 Topics in Contemporary Theory
SOC-S351 Social Statistics

Two 400-level Sociology seminars (can include SOC-S494 Field Experience)

Three Sociology Electives (9 credit hours). No more than one 100-level course.


SOCIOLOGY MINOR (15 CR.)

The following introductory course:
SOC-S161 Principles of Sociology

One of the following courses in research methods:
SOC-S353 Qualitative Research Methods
SOC-S354 Quantitative Research Methods
SOC-S351 Social Statistics

One of the following courses in theory:
SOC-S348 Introduction to Sociological Theory
SOC-S349 Topics in Contemporary Theory 
One 400-level Sociology seminar (can include SOC-S494 Field Experience or variable topic courses if the topic is appropriate)

Sociology Electives (3 credit hours at the 200-level or above)