Dec 02, 2022  
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2022-2023 Undergraduate Catalog

Sociology/General Track Sociology, BA


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The General Track attempts to broadly educate those students who may wish to pursue graduate training in sociology and make sociology a career and profession. Because of its flexibility, it is also appropriate for students who want to pursue double majors that would include such fields as psychology or criminology.The General Track gives students the broadest possible training in sociology. Students graduating with majors in general sociology often find employment in business, industry, and government.

Liberal Studies: 46-48


As outlined in the Liberal Studies Requirements  with the following specifications:

Mathematics:


Liberal Studies Electives: 7-8


  • No courses with SOC prefix (1,2)

Major: 33


Free Sociology Electives: 9 (3)


Foreign Language: 7-8


  • Foreign Language Elementary II Level (102 level) Credits: 4
  • Foreign Language Intermediate Level (201 level) or
  • Department approved course substitution (1,2) Credits: 3-4

Free Electives: 31-44


Total Degree Requirements: 120


(1) Elementary Level II and Intermediate-level foreign language may be included in Liberal Studies electives.

(2) SOC 151/161 Credits counted as Liberal Studies course, not in major.

(3) Students may apply SOC 281/481 Special Topics courses to Sociology Electives with departmental permission.

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