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Sample Program of Study - Sociology

The listed sequence is only a suggestion. Final decision rest with the student and the academic advisor(s) and will vary depending on the schedule, endorsement requirements, etc.

Students are encouraged to consider taking a foreign language as part of their general education program. (See appropriate section of catalog.) Please see catalog for a complete listing of program requirements.

CLASS

CREDIT HOURS

FRESHMAN - 1st semester

ENG 102 English Composition Skills (General Studies CAT 1)

3

SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (General Studies CAT 5)

3

General Studies CAT 3 or CAT 7

3-5

General Studies CAT 4, CAT 6, CAT 8, CAT 9, or CAT 10

3

 

FRESHMAN - 2nd semester

GST 110 Freshman Experience (may be recommended during the freshman year)

2

CNA 100 Principles of Human Communication (General Studies CAT 2)

3

PSY 101 Intro to Psychology

3

General Studies CAT 3 or CAT 7

3-5

General Studies CAT 4, CAT 6, CAT 8, CAT 9, or CAT 10

3

 

SOPHOMORE - 1st semester

SSC 319 Statistics for Social Science or SOC 200 Social Problems

3

General Studies CAT 4, CAT 6, CAT 8, CAT 9, or CAT 10

6

Minor course(s)

3-6

 

SOPHOMORE - 2nd semester

SOC 300 level course by advisement

3

SSC 300 Social Science Research Methods

3

General Studies CAT 4, CAT 6, CAT 8, CAT 9, or CAT 10

3

Minor courses

6

 

JUNIOR - 1st semester

SSC 319 Statistics for Social Sciences OR SOC courses by advisement

3-6

Electives

3-6

Minor course(s)

3-6

 

JUNIOR - 2nd semester

SOC major courses by advisement

6-9

Minor course(s)

3-6

Electives

3-6

 

SENIOR - 1st semester

SOC 480 Social Theory

3

SOC 497 Internship by advisement

1-6

 

SENIOR - 2nd semester

SOC 490 Assessment Seminar

0

Continue coursework to fulfill remaining major, minor, and graduation requirements.