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2005-2006 Undergraduate Catalog 
    
2005-2006 Undergraduate Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sociology Major with Inclusive Education


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A Major Program in Sociology

Required
SOC 101, 307, 352, and 444; three courses from the following basic substantive areas: SOC 204, 314, 320, 409, 410; nine credits in sociology electives; MTH 207. The senior experience consists of a senior seminar (SOC 444) which integrates material from sociology and other liberal arts core areas (history, philosophy, religious studies, literature, natural sciences, mathematics, fine arts), and a senior comprehensive (SOC 499).

A Sociology major may be combined with the Inclusive Education (Quadruple Certification Grades 1-9) program.

Sociology Core


Students are required to take the following, as well as three courses from the Basic Substantive Areas.

Basic Substantive Areas


Students select three courses from the following:

Sociology Electives


Students select nine credits of Sociology electives from the courses listed below. Please note that courses that have already been selected from the Basic Substantive Areas cannot also count as electives.

Required Courses for Inclusive Education


The following courses are required for Quad Inclusive Education certification. The Quad Inclusive program includes: Childhood Education (Grades 1-6), Childhood with Disabilities (Grades 1-6), Middle Childhood (Grades 5-9), and Middle Childhood with Disabilities (Grades (5-9).

Sociology Senior Experience


The senior experience consists of a senior seminar (SOC 444) which integrates material from sociology and other liberal arts core areas (history, philosophy, religious studies, literature, natural sciences, mathematics, fine arts), and a senior comprehensive (SOC 499).

Sample Program for Sociology Major with Inclusive Education


Freshman Year


  • Modern Foreign Language Credits: 6
  • Perspectives I Credits: 6
  • Math and Science Perspectives I Credits: 7 
As well as:

Sophomore Year


  • Perspectives I Credits: 9
  • Perspectives II Credits: 9
  • Upper Division Sociology Credits: 6
As well as:

Senior Year


  • Upper Division Sociology Credits: 3
  • Liberal Arts Electives Credits: 6
As well as:

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