The Behavioral Sciences Department Program at the College of Continuing Professional Studies offers a bachelors of science in sociology. Sociology involves the systematic study of behavior in human social systems, varying from small groups to large societies. SOCI 101: Introduction to Sociology prerequisite for most sociology courses.
In addition to the course offerings, departmental majors are encouraged to work in community, social and/or correctional agencies where they can apply classroom knowledge to real problems.
Students should complete all 100- and 200-level requirements before accumulating 60 credit hours (junior status). In addition to the general education requirements, the sociology major requires 31 hours of coursework in the following distribution:Required Courses (25 hours):
Students also must complete 6 hours of sociology electives numbered 300 or above.
Students must take the following course as part of general education requirements:
PLSC 101 Government and Politics in the U.S.