Associate Professor ‐ Psychology/Director of the Honors Program
Sociology and anthropology study the many facets of human societies, cultures, and social behavior. Courses in this area will illuminate the attempts of social scientists to provide answers to persistent questions of social life. Students will learn how to better observe and conceptualize their social and cultural world.
The Sociology and Psychology major is recommended for students seeking a career in business organizations, government service, as pre-professional education for later careers in human services and social work, and as preparation for graduate work in sociology, psychology or law. The sociology minor is appropriate for students preparing for secondary teaching, business careers, or government service.
Students are highly recommended to apply for an internship experience to be completed after the first semester of the junior year.
Requirements for a Major in Sociology and Psychology
33 hours of coursework, consisting of the following:
All of the following,
|MAT265||Quantitative Methods I||3|
|SOC102||Principles of Sociology||3|
One of the following:
|PSY374||History of Psychology||3|
Two of the following, at least one of which must be at the 300-level:
|SOC210||Alcohol, Alcoholism and Society||3|
|SOC306||Minority Peoples in the U.S.||3|
|SOC311||Deviance and Control||3|
|SOC299/399||Special Topics in Sociology||3|
Requirements for a Minor in Sociology
20 hours in Sociology or accepted alternative courses, including SOC102 and a minimum of six hours at the 300-level.