The Sociology major is very flexible and caters to your individual interests. The
major consists of 39 credits, including:
- Introduction to Sociology
- Introduction to Sociocultural Anthropology or Peoples of the World
- Introduction to Statistics
- Sociological Theory
- Methods of Social Research
- Race and Ethnic Relations or SOCI 441 Social Stratification
- ANY 300 level or higher Sociology Elective
- Six departmental electives, four of which must be 300 level or higher (18 credits)
Upon completion of the Sociology, Anthropology, and Social Work Program, graduates
will be able to:
- Think critically, write and speak effectively, and utilize library and internet resources.
- Understand sociocultural perspectives, demonstrate cross-cultural awareness, and identify
forms of social inequality and stratification.
- Understand social science research methods and findings.
- Acquire active/applied learning experiences.
- Be prepared for careers and graduate school.