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Major Areas of Study: SOCIOLOGY & ANTHROPOLOGY


Course Offerings and Major/Minor Requirements


Course Offerings
By number with credit-hours in parenthesis.
For more information on a specific course, visit the department web site.

Sociology

101. The Sociological Perspective (3)
120. Perspectives in Multicultural Leadership (1)
210. Sociology of Education (3)
216. Social Problems in Contemporary America (3)
270. American Corrections (3)
301. American Society: Class and Culture (3)
320. Racial and Cultural Minorities (3)
321. Social Psychology (3)
333. Human Sexuality (3)
335. Social and Political Philosophy (3)
342. Gender, Film, and Society (3)
345. Sociology of the Family (3)
350. Social Change in an International Perspective (3)
352. Selected Topics in Sociology (3)
360. Social Research Methods (3)
369. Peacemaking (3)
370. Environmental Sociology (3)
380. Visual Sociology (3)
418. Deviance and Crime (3)
422. Sociological Theory (3)
424. Contemporary Sociological Theory (3)
490. Round Table (1)
495. Senior Studies (2)
496. Senior Studies (2)

Anthropology

201. Cultural Anthropology (3)
352. Selected Topics in Anthropology (3)

Sociology Major Requirements (30 credit hours)

  • Sociology 101, 360, 422 or 424, 490 (twice), 495, 496
  • Electives: Remainder of hours from other sociology and anthropology offerings

Sociology Minor Requirements (15 hours)

  • Sociology 101, three hours at 300-400 level
  • Electives: Remainder of hours from other departmental offerings

Teacher Licensure Requirements

  • Integrated social studies, grades 7-12 (with a sociology major)
  • Contact the education department for specific course requirements

NOTE: Major/minor requirements are in addition to the Liberal Arts Essentials (LAE), which are required of all students to graduate.

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