A. One introductory course: SOCG 105: The Social World
B. Three required upper-level courses:
SOCG 364: Quantitative Research Methods and Analysis* and
SOCG 365: Qualitative Research Methods and Analysis** and
SOCG 471: History of Social Theory or
SOCG 472: Contemporary Sociological Theory
* Note that STATS 180: Statistics is a prerequisite for SOCG 364.
** SOCG 364 and SOCG 365 need NOT be taken in sequence. SOCG 364 is typically offered in the fall term and SOCG365 in the spring
C. Eighteen additional upper-level credits in sociology,
excluding internships (SOCG 499). The 18 credits may include Sociology 155 and up to 6 credits of 300- or 400-level anthropology courses, excluding individual study (ANTH 491, 492) and internships (ANTH 499).