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  Dec 14, 2017
 
 
    
2017-2018 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sociology Concentration, Arts and Sciences, A.A.


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The sociology program provides a sequence of courses for students who plan to transfer into upper division programs in sociology. This program includes electives in anthropology, economics, foreign languages, geography, history, human services, political science, psychology, math, and sociology. Students should identify an intended transfer institution as early as possible and complete appropriate courses.

Program Pathway

First Year Fall   First Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits
ENG 101 English Composition 3   Gen Ed English 3
Gen Ed Mathematics 3   Gen Ed Arts/Humanities  3
Gen Ed Arts/Humanities 3   Gen Ed Behavioral/Social Sciences  3
Gen Ed Behavioral/Social Sciences 3   Elective Choose in consultation with an advisor 3
SOC 101 Introduction to Sociology 3   Elective Choose in consultation with an advisor 3
TOTAL   15   TOTAL   15
Second Year Fall   Second Year Spring
Course Number Course Name Credits   Course Number Course Name Credits
Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science Gen Ed
(of your two Science requirements, one must have a lab)
4   Gen Ed Diversity Gen Ed (other than SOC 106) 3
SOC 106 Race and Ethnic Relations in the United States 3   Gen Ed Biological/Physical Science 3
SOC 102 Sociology of Social Problems 3  

SOC 111
or 
SOC 115

Civic Engagement & Social Change
or 
The Consequences of Eating: Sociology of Health 

3
Elective Select in consultation with an advisor 3   Elective Select in consultation with an advisor 3
Elective Select in consultation with an advisor 2   Elective Select in consultation with an advisor 3
TOTAL   15   TOTAL   15

General Education Requirements (31-32 Credits)


Arts/Humanities


Behavioral/Social Sciences


Biological/Physical Science


Diversity


English


Mathematics


Electives (17 Credits)


Electives should be selected in consultation with a transfer advisor and the transfer institution. Some recommended courses are listed below.

Degree Requirement (60 Credits)


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