Offered face-to-face on the Parkville campus, online, and as an extended learning program on select campuses.
The Bachelor of Arts in Sociology is a valuable liberal arts major that prepares students for a variety of careers in business, government, human and social services, and social research and data analysis. It teaches students to collect, analyze, interpret, and apply valid and reliable data and explanations to personal decisions and to public and organizational policies. This degree requires a minimum of 122 total credit hours to graduate.
|Curriculum (2013-2014 Catalog)||Hours|
|SO||141||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SO||220||Ethical Issues in Social Sciences||3|
|SO||206||Social Issues in Contemporary Society||3|
|SO/PS||307||Statistics for Social Sciences||3|
|*Program specified substitution for EN 306 writing requirement.|
|Two Required Advanced Level Courses:||6|
|SO||315||Minority Group Relations||3|
|SO||302||The Study of the Family||3|
|SO||322||Sociology of Health & Illness||3|
|SO||328||Sociology of Religion||3|
|SO||425||Sociology of Work & Professions||3|
|SO||451||Advanced Social Psychology||3|
|Electives: Choose any three courses from sociology.||9|