Sociology - Social Welfare Degree Map

Freshman

Fall Semester / credits

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

Spring Semester / credits

  • Eng 102 Communications Arts II (3)
  • Bus 120 Bus Computer Applications I (3)
  • Gen Ed: Social & Behavioral Sciences/History - Hist 203** (3) 
  • Gen Ed: Arts and Humanities - PHIL 201** (3) 
  • Math 106** College Algebra (3)  

Sophomore

Fall Semester / credits

  • Gen Ed: Physical & Natural Sciences (4)
  • Gen Ed: Arts & Humanities (3) - ENG 203** Major Themes in Literature 
  • SOC 245 Criminology (3)*
  • LS 225 Research Skills of the Behavioral Sciences (1)* 
  • Elective/Minor (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)
  • Elective/Minor (3)

Junior 

Fall Semester / credits

  • Soc 352 Human Behavior & the Social Environment (3) 
  • Soc 395 Pre-Professional Seminar (2)
  • Soc 445 Social Theory (3)
  • Sociology Elective (3)
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Spring Semester / credits

  • Soc 311 Social Statistics (4)
  • Soc 365 Race, Culture & Ethnicity (3)
  • Soc 470 Social Welfare Policy (3) 
  • Elective/Minor (3)  
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Senior 

    Fall Semester / credits

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

  • Soc 370 Poverty & Social Inequality (3) 
  • Soc 419 Gender and Society (3) 
  • Soc 493* Internship in Social Welfare (3) 
  • Elective/Minor (3)
  • Electie/Minor (3)
  • Notes:

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

    This degree map may change at any time, and ASU does not guarantee its accuracy. Always consult with your major advisor before registering for courses. It is your responsibility to know the requirements for your degree.