This eight-semester plan (see important details) is intended to guide a first-year student through a four-year undergraduate career, with completion of an academic major and all college-wide degree requirements. The plan is designed as an advising tool – a starting point for careful discussions between a student and his/her academic adviser. In consultation, the student and adviser will adjust the plan to accommodate the student’s prerequisite needs, transferred credits, and other such variables.

Students are responsible for reviewing their Progress Reports each semester to track their own progress toward degree requirements.

Sociology

Year 1

Fall SemesterSpring Semester
CourseCredits
Gen Ed: Composition (COMP)3
Gen Ed: World Civilizations and Cultures (WRLD)3
Gen Ed: The Arts (ART)3
Elective3
Elective3
Total15
CourseCredits
Gen Ed: Composition (COMP)3
Gen Ed: Humanities (HUM)3
SOC100 Intro To Sociology (SSCI)3
Gen Ed: Western Civilization (WEST)3
Elective3
Total15

Year 2

Fall SemesterSpring Semester
CourseCredits
Gen Ed: Foreign Languages (FLNG)3
Major Elective3
SOC220 Social Inequality in the United States (USST)3
Gen Ed: Natural Sciences (NSCI)3
Elective3
Total15
CourseCredits
Gen Ed: Foreign Languages (FLNG)3
Major Elective3
Elective3
Gen Ed: Natural Sciences (NSCI)3
Gen Ed: Diversity (DIVR)3
Total15

Year 3

Fall SemesterSpring Semester
CourseCredits
SOC306 Research Methods4
SOC303 Sociological Theory3
Upper-Divsion Elective3
Upper-Division Elective3
Major Elective3
Total16
CourseCredits
SOC307 Social Statistics (MATH)4
Upper-Division Major Elective3
Upper-Division Elective3
Upper-Division Elective3
Elective3
Total16

Year 4

Fall SemesterSpring Semester
CourseCredits
Upper-Division Major Elective3
Gen Ed: Writing Intensive (WI) - Note 13
Upper-Division Major Elective3
Elective3
Elective3
Total15
CourseCredits
Upper-Division Major Elective3
SOC490 Senior Seminar in Sociology3
Upper-Division Elective3
Upper-Division Elective3
Elective3
Total15

Notes

Students may take a Writing Intensive course in Sociology and apply those three credits toward the 18 required elective credits.

Total Credits: 122