• B.A. in Sociology
  • Minor in Sociology

Sociology majors complete core courses in sociological theory, research methods and statistics, as well as a capstone internship or research practicum.

Substantive courses in sociology include social inequality, race relations, sociology of professions and occupations, gender, family, juvenile delinquency, deviance and criminology, addictions, society and environment, and sociology of film, among others.

Course requirements

For detailed course requirements for the major or minor, see the college catalog.

Sociology courses

In addition you can take sociology courses as part of the minor in Addiction Studies (interdisciplinary with psychology and criminal justice).

Some sociology courses may also be used for credit toward the general social sciences degree and the Bachelor of Arts in Public Affairs.