Sociology studies human societies, the groups that compose them and the interaction that occurs in them. Greater knowledge of the organization and dynamics of social life is central to a deeper understanding of human behavior. To this end, the sociological perspective is critical to the interpretation of key modern issues, including aging, bureaucracy, crime, discrimination, family, poverty and urban change.
Program Requirements (120 Credit Hours)
- Adult general education core requirements (48/49)
- Sociology core requirements (33):
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology (3) ANTH XXX Anthropology Elective (selected from 250-265) (3) SOC 294 Statistics and Research Design I (3) SOC 295 Statistics and Research Design II (3) SOC 300 Social Theory (3) SOC 366 Senior Seminar and Project (3) SOC XXX
- Electives to complete 120 credit hours.
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