BA - Sociology
The BA in sociology offers students the widest flexibility possible in terms of career choices. Sociological analyses supply an understanding of all aspects of the social world, human behavior in groups, the sources and consequences of social change, and potential solutions to social problems. Computer and research-design courses round out the valuable skills possessed by sociology majors.
|General Education Requirements||39-42|
|Of the 51 units required by the university, 9-12 may be satisfied by specified major and support requirements. Consult major advisor for details.|
|Of the 6 units required by the university, all may be satisfied within general education requirements as specified in the schedule of classes.|
|Requirements in the Major||42|
|SOCI 001, SOCI 080, SOCI 100W, SOCI 101, SOCI 104, SOCI 105 and SOCI 116 (21); SOCI 015 or SOCI 102 (3); SOCI 104B, SOCI 105B or SOCI 181B (3)|
|Complete one course from: SOCI 140, SOCI 153, SOCI 160, SOCI 161, SOCI 162, SOCI 163, SOCI 164, SOCI 165, SOCI 169 (3); Complete one course from: SOCI 107, SOCI 151, SOCI 170, SOCI 171, SOCI 172, SOCI 173, SOCI 174, SOCI 175, SOCI 176, SOCI 178 (3)|
|Select any three upper division Sociology courses (may include SOCI 199H).||9|
|A minor is strongly recommended.|
SOCI 120, SOCI 180, SOCI 196 and SOCI 199H may be applied to the major when they have direct relevance; such relevance is determined by advisor.
Double major or double concentration requirements: contact the Sociology Department for an appointment with the department chair.