Sociology Degree Plan
The Sociology major develops an ability to interpret social phenomena with perceptiveness and to appreciate the diversity and complexity of society. Students develop analytical skills, broaden their understanding of the social world and discover the diverse methods of analyzing social experience. The major affords opportunities to develop a sense of awareness of and responsibility for the welfare of the community.
Please see the Undergraduate Bulletin for course descriptions.
Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Sociology - Degree plan (pdf), current academic year
Bachelor of Arts with a Major in Sociology - Degree planning guide (pdf), current academic year
Requirements for a Minor in Sociology, current academic year ** Students who have already taken Statistics and Research for another major may substitute topics courses as long as at least one of these courses is at the 3000 or 4000 level.
To find out which degree plan year you should follow, verify in the Biographical area of EdWeb under 'major catalog'.