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Program Requirements for Continuing Students

Students are required to take a supervised three-credit internship as part of the Applied Sociology concentration. Applied sociology students are required to take the following courses within the department.

Required Courses (43 credits)

SOC 1 Introduction to Sociology (3)
SOC 2 Social Institutions (3)
SOC 53 Sociological Statistics (3)
SOC 85 Social Theory (3)
SOC 91 Methods of Social Research (3)
SOC 92 Internship (3)
ANT 1 Development of Man, Culture and Society (3)
Sociology/Anthropology electives (21)

Applied Sociology students will work out a supporting sequence of courses for their particular areas of specialization with the department’s academic counselor or the chair (21)

Applied Sociology Options

Students must complete at least 12 credits from one area of the following:

SOC 17 Women: A Cross-Cultural and Literary Perspective (3)
SOC 20 Sociology of Aging (3)
SOC 22 Sociology of Families (3)
SOC 24 Youth and Adolescence (3)
SOC 26 Gender, Race and Ethnicity (3)
SOC 28 Men, Women and Power (3)
SOC 60 Sociology of Gender (3)
SOC 61 Feminism and Social Change (3)
SOC 62 Sociology of Human Sexuality (3)
SOC 63/ANT 63 Gender Roles (3)
SOC 64/ANT 64 Individual, Culture and Society (3)
SOC 77 Interpersonal Relations (3)
ANT 32 Anthropology of Aging (3)

Race and Ethnicity

SOC 26 Gender, Race and Ethnicity (3)
SOC 29 Latino/a Culture and Identity (3)
SOC 36 The Sociology of Genocide (3)
SOC 37 Sociology of Conflict (3)
SOC 66 The African American Experience (3)
SOC 68 Sociology of Asian Americans (3)
SOC 69 Race and Ethnicity (3)
ANT 21 North American Indian Cultures (3)
ANT 22 The Anthropology of Middle and South America (3)
ANT 24 Cultures and Peoples of Sub-Saharan Africa (3)
ANT 32 Anthropology of Aging (3)
ANT 35 Global Culture (3)

Community Sociology

SOC 26 Gender, Race and Ethnicity (3)
SOC 11 Cities, Towns and Suburbs (3)
SOC 18 Power, Privilege and Prestige (3)
SOC 19 Political Sociology (3)
SOC 20 Sociology of Aging (3)
SOC 21 Sociology of Health and Illness (3)
SOC 22 Sociology of Families (3)
SOC 23 Ethnographic Field Work (3)
SOC 24 Sociology of Youth and Adolescence (3)
SOC 25 Sociology of Education (3)
SOC 31 Collective Behavior and Social Movements (3)
SOC 33 Deviant Behavior (3)
SOC 34 Sociology of Religion (3)
SOC 46 Complex Organizations (3)
SOC 48 Substance Abuse in American Society (3)
SOC 55 Population Problems (3)
SOC 65/ANT 65 Culture and Mental Health (3)
SOC 67 Gangs and American Society (3)
SOC 69 Race and Ethnicity (3)
SOC 70 Sociology of Poverty (3)
SOC 72 People in Crisis (3)
SOC 77 Interpersonal Relations (3)
ANT 42 Medicine and Anthropology (3)
ANT 45 Anthropology of Hunger and Development (3)

Social Policy and Social Change

SOC 3 Social Problems (3)
SOC 10 Sociology of the Mass Media (3)
SOC 15 Social Change (3)
SOC 16 Social Control (3)
SOC 18 Power, Privilege and Prestige (3)
SOC 19 Political Sociology (3)
SOC 20 Sociology of Aging (3)
SOC 22 Sociology of Families (3)
SOC 32 Justice and Society (3)
SOC 33 Deviant Behavior (3)
SOC 36 The Sociology of Genocide (3)
SOC 37 Sociology of Conflict (3)
SOC 42 Criminology (3)
SOC 43 Juvenile Delinquency (3)
SOC 45 Industrial Sociology (3)
SOC 47 Sociology of Work and Occupations (3)
SOC 61 Feminism and Social Change (3)
SOC 69 Race and Ethnicity (3)
SOC 70 Sociology of Poverty (3)
ANT 51 Forensic Anthropology (3)