Degree Requirements

Sample B.A.

Freshman

English 100-110 or 111, and 112 (see Gen Ed req) 6-11
Math (complete one course from 110, 130, 140, 160, 185, 210, or 251) 3-5
Foreign Language (through 222) 4
Freshman Studies 2
Sociology 201 and 202 6
Humanities A Requirement 6
Electives 4
Total Hours 31-38

 

Sophomore

Humanities A Requirement 6
Communications 230 3
Social Science Requirement 6
Laboratory Science Requirement 8
Upper Division Sociology 3
Sociology 318 3
Total Hours 29

 

Junior

Upper Division Sociology 9
Humanities B Requirement 6
Sociology 319 3
Upper Division Minor 6
Social Science Requirement 3
Philosophy 160 3
Total Hours 30

 

Senior

Upper Division Sociology 6
Sociology 402 and 497 6
Upper Division Minor 6
Electives 12
Total Hours 30

 

Minimum credits required for graduation 120
Minimum credit in upper-division courses 36

 

Total number of elective credit hours will depend upon the foreign language, mathematics, and laboratory science requirements.

Sample B.S.

Freshman

English 100, 110 or 111, and 112 (see Gen Ed req) 6-11
Math (complete Math 185 or any two of the following 110 or 140, 160, 170, 210, 251, or 252) 6-8
Foreign Language (through 122) 4
Freshman Studies 2
Sociology 201 and 202 6
Humanities A Requirement 3
Elective 3
Total Hours 30-37

 

Sophomore

Humanities A Requirement 3
Communications 230 3
Upper Division Minor 3
Social Science Requirement 6
Laboratory Science Sequence 8
Sociology 318 3
Electives 5
Total Hours 31

 

Junior

Laboratory Science Sequence 8
Humanities B Requirement 3
Sociology 319 3
Upper Division Minor 6
Upper Division Sociology 6
Humanities A Requirement 3
Total Hours 29

 

Senior

Upper Division Sociology 9
Sociology 402 and 497 6
Upper Division Minor 3
Humanities A Requirement 3
Electives 3
Total Hours 30

 

Minimum credits required for graduation 120
Minimum credit in upper-division courses 42

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