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                        GENERAL SOCIOLOGY TRACK

Required Lower-Division Course:

SOC 001   Introduction to Sociology 

Required Upper-Division Courses:

SOC 106 Social Research Methods

SOC 107  Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis

SOC 171   Sociological Theory

SOC 195   Senior Seminar

SOC 192   Extra-Curricular Departmental Activities

Select ONE course from FOUR out of the following FIVE categories:

  • Sociology of Religion         

SOC 120 Religions and Society

  • Deviance and Social Control

SOC 177 Interpersonal Violence

SOC 182 Sociology of Deviant Behavior

  • Social Stratification

AN 135 Gender and Sex Roles in Cross-Cultural Perspectives

SOC 180 Human Services and Social Policy

SOC 189 Racial and Ethnic Relations

  • Comparative Sociology/Globalization

AN 140 Food Systems

SOC 155 Sociology of Global Inequality and Development 

  • Social Interaction

SOC 130 The Family

SOC 145 Social Psychology

SOC 150 Cross-Cultural Communication

SOC 160 Internet and Society

SOC 175 Child Welfare

  • And take two more Sociology or Anthropology upper-division classes of your choice.

HUMAN SERVICES SOCIOLOGY TRACK

Required Lower-Division Course:

SOC 001   Introduction to Sociology 

Required Upper-Division Courses:

SOC 106 Social Research Methods

SOC 107  Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis

SOC 171   Sociology Theory

SOC 175    Child Welfare OR SOC 177 Interpersonal Violence

SOC 180   Human Services and Social Policy

SOC 190   Field Placement (Internship)

SOC  195   Senior Seminar

SOC  192   Extra-Curricular Departmental Activities

and take two from the following:

Soc 110 Social Problems

Soc 130  The Family

An 135  Gender & Sex Roles in Cross Cultural Perspective

Soc 182  Sociology of Deviant Behavior

Soc 189  Racial and Ethnic Relations

and take ONE more upper-division Sociology or Anthropology class of your choice.

CROSS-CULTURAL SOCIOLOGY TRACK

Required Lower-Division Course:

AN 001     Introduction to Cultural Anthropology

Required Upper-Division Courses:

SOC 106 Social Research Methods

SOC 107  Qualitative and Quantitative Data Analysis

AN 115     Peoples & Cultures  OR  SOC 189 Racial and Ethnic Relations

AN 145     Culture Theory

AN 192   Extra-Curricular Departmental Activities

AN 195   Senior Seminar

And take four from the following:

AN 130     Applied Anthropology

AN 135     Gender & Sex Roles in Cross Cultural Perspective

AN 140     Food Systems

AN 150     Cross Cultural Communication

SOC 155 Sociology of Global Inequality and Development    

and take TWO more upper-division Sociology or Anthropology classes of your choice.