Jul 05, 2020  
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Suggested Four-Year Program of Study: SOCI-BA


 

Sociology Major, B.A.

 
FRESHMAN YEAR (27-31 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
ENGL 1010 - Critical Reading and Expository Writing   3 ENGL 1020 - Critical Thinking and Argumentation   3
SOCI 1020 - Introduction to Sociology   3 SOCI 2020 - Social Problems   3
HIST 2010 - The United States to 1877   3 HIST 2020 - The United States since 1877   3
Foreign Language 1010 or Elective Course 3 Foreign Language 1020 or Elective Course 3
CSCI 1100 - Using Information Technology  or Proficiency exam *                          0-3 MATH 1530 - Probability and Statistics - Noncalculus  or MATH 1910 - Calculus I   3-4
Fall Total 12-15 Spring Total 15-16

 

SOPHOMORE YEAR (32 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
Natural Science Course 4 Natural Science Course 4
Fine Arts Course 3 Advisor Approved Elective Course          3
Advisor Approved Elective Course 3 Non U.S. History Course 3
Oral Communication Course 3 Literature Course 3
Foreign Language 2010 or Elective Course 3 Foreign Language 2020 3
Fall Total 16 Spring Total 16

 

JUNIOR YEAR (30 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
SOCI 3210 - Sociological Research   3 SOAA 3350 - Social Statistics      3
Humanities Course 3 Minor Course 3
Advisor Approved Elective Course 3 Minor Course 3
Minor Course 3 Free Elective Course 3
Free Elective Course 3 Free Elective Course 3
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 15

 

SENIOR YEAR (31 credits)
Fall Semester Credits Spring Semester Credits
SOCI 4057 - Applied Sociology   3 Advisor Approved Elective Course 3
SOCI 4807 - Classical Social Theory     3 Minor Course 3
Minor Course 3 Free Elective Curse 10
Minor Course 3    
Free Elective Course 3    
Fall Total 15 Spring Total 16

TOTAL = 120 credits

Note:


Proficiency exam may be taken for 0 credit in lieu of CSCI 1100 . Must be completed to meet Graduation requirements. Those students who complete the proficiency exam and are short credits towards their total degree requirements may be required to take additional electives.