Sociology - Criminology Degree Map

Freshman

Fall Semester / credits

  • Soc 201 Sociological Imagination (3)
  • Eng 101 Communication Arts I (3) 
  • Gen Ed: Social & Behavioral Sciences/History - Psyc 101** (3)
  • Gen Ed: Social & Behavioral Sciences/History - Econ 201** (3) 
  • Gen Ed: Arts & Humanities (3) 
  • Spring Semester / credits

  • Eng 102 Communication Arts II (3)
  • Bus 120 Bus Computer Applications I (3)
  • Gen Ed: Social & Behavioral Sciences/History - Hist 203** American History 1865 to Present (3) 
  • Gen Ed: Arts & Humanities - Phil 201** Introduction to Philosophy (3) 
  • Math 106 ** College Algebra (3) 
  • Sophomore 

    Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen Ed: Physical & Natural Sciences (4)
  • Gen Ed: Arts & Humanities - Eng 203** Major Themes in Literature (3) 
  • Soc 245 Criminology (3)*
  • LS 225 Research Skills for the Behavioral Sciences (1)*
  • Sociology Elective (3) 
  • Spring Semester / credits

  • Gen Ed: Physical & Natural Sciences (4)
  • Gen Ed: Social & Behavioral Sciences/History (3) 
  • Soc 251 Social Problems (3)*
  • Soc 340 Readings in Sociology (2)
  • Soc 346 Criminal Justice (3) 
  • Junior 

    Fall Semester / credits

  • Soc 395 Pre-Professional Seminar (2)
  • Soc 445 Social Theory (3)
  • Sociology Elective (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Spring Semester / credits

  • Soc 311 Social Statistics (4)
  • Soc 365 Race, Culture & Ethnicity (3)
  • Soc 347 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
  • Soc 419 Gender and Society (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Senior 

    Fall Semester / credit

  • Soc 455 Soc. Research Methods (4)
  • Soc 401 Social Psychology (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Spring Semester / credits

  • Soc 447 Correctional Systems (3)
  • Soc 494 Internship in Criminology (3)*
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Notes:

    • * Offered Fall & Spring
    • ** Recommended by the Department of Sociology

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