Liberal Arts and Sciences – Sociology Concentration
Purpose and Content
- The Sociology Concentration is mainly a transfer program for students majoring in Sociology who are interested in pursuing a baccalaureate degree or higher in the field. The program addresses social institutions, social organizations, and social inequalities while providing a broad foundation in the several specializations in Sociology.
Transfer and Career Opportunities
- This program prepares students to pursue a baccalaureate degree in Sociology and related fields such as Social Work. Students will also receive a foundation in the study of human societies, which will serve them well in careers in social services and policy, human relations, applied research, education, and marketing/communications.
Key Courses in Common Core
- I.A. EN101 and EN102
- I.B. Math/Quant Reasoning
- I.C. Life & Physical Sciences
- II.A. World Cultures/Global Issues: HI110, HI111 or HI112
- II.B. U.S. Experience/Diversity: HI125, HI127, HI128, HI136, PLSC101
- II.C. Creative Expression
- II.D. Individual and Society: SOCY100 or 200 series, ANTH101, CRIM102, UBST101;
Note: Sociology Majors are strongly recommended to take SOCY101; SOCY220, 230 or
275; and SOCY240 or 250.
- II.E. Scientific World
Suggested First Semester
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