Sociology, Anthropology, Crime & Delinquency Studies Bachelor of Arts, Sociology
Bachelor of Arts, Sociology
Deepen your understanding of society with a bachelor's degree in Sociology and become an agent of social change.
Including general education requirements and other electives, the Bachelor of Arts in Sociology require a total of 120 credit hours. The curriculum is designed to be flexible enough to pursue careers in local, state, and federal agencies, or to gain admission to graduate study in a field of specialization.
In addition, sociology majors may choose a concentration in Child Maltreatment and Family Violence.
What can you do with this degree?
Case Management, Family Services, Adoption Officer, Victim Advocate, Data Analyst, Housing Specialist, Immigration Specialist, and more.
Students pursuing this degree are required to complete a total of 37 semester hours in sociology and anthropology. In addition to the above requirements, students must choose a second major, a second program of study, or a minor in an academic discipline approved by their advisor. The B.A. degree in Sociology requires students to complete ten hours of one Foreign Language.
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Program Learning Objectives
Students in this program,
- Learn how the self develops sociologically and to explain the relationship between the individual and society.
- Explore social problems such as poverty, racism, discrimination, and inequality from different theoretical perspectives.
- Evaluate quantitative and qualitative research reports, scholarly articles, policies, and media information.
- Identify practical and ethical issues involved with the study of human behavior by studying the American Sociological Association Code of Ethics.
- Express and communicate sociological knowledge inside and outside the classroom.
- Learn how social factors such as race, gender, sexuality, social class, and age influence social interaction and our perceptions and ideas.
- Participate in learning activities that will facilitate student’s interaction with people from different cultural and socio-economic backgrounds.