Sociology, Bachelor of Arts
Offered by Department of Sociology
|Foundational Requirements (LOPERs 1-4)||12|
|Broad Knowledge Requirements (LOPERs 5-8)||12|
|Dispositional Requirements (LOPERs 9-10)||6|
|Wellness (LOPER 11) Optional||0|
|BA Language requirement|
|Complete all required courses 2||6|
|Complete all required courses||33|
|Minor or 2nd Major|
|Complete all required courses 3||24|
|Needed to reach 120 credit hours minimum||27|
|Total Credit Hours||120|
|SOC 100||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC 237||Sociological Inquiry||3|
|SOC 300||Sociological Theory||3|
|SOC 468||Senior Seminar||3|
|SOC 201||Social Inequality||3|
|or SOC 250||Anthropology|
|SOC 225||Global Cultures and Diversity||3|
|or SOC 275||Social Psychology|
|PSY 250||Behavioral Statistics||3|
|or STAT 235||Introduction to Statistics for Social Sciences|
|Select 4 courses of the following:||12|
SOC 301-SOC 488 4
|Total Credit Hours||33|
Designated courses with the appropriate content may be approved to satisfy one of the Broad Knowledge requirements plus LOPER 9 or Broad Knowledge plus LOPER 10. Courses may be approved to satisfy LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone. (Courses satisfying LOPER 9 or LOPER 10 alone must be 3 credit hours.) Students applying this option will need to take additional hours in other categories to meet the required GS hours.
For specific language requirements see #2 of Bachelor of Arts Degree requirements.
A minor or second major is required for a complete degree program. The number of required electives needed to reach 120 total credit hours overall will depend upon the specific program chosen.
No more than 3 credit hours from SOC 475.