Sociology provides valuable insights into the human experience and assists in the understanding of human behavior. Sociologists examine human societies, cultures, groups, interactions, problems and the changing nature of these phenomena. Sociology is an empirical discipline that explores assumptions and tests hypotheses about the human condition.
Requirements for a Bachelor of Arts degree in Sociology
· ANTH 115 - Introductory Anthropology
· SOC 116 - Intro to Sociology
· SOC 200 - Social Statistics (or equivalent)
· SOC 202 - Social Analysis
· SOC 300 - Research Methods
· SOC 380 - Sociological Theory (offered in FALL Only)
· SOC 400 - Senior Seminar (offered in SPRING Only)
18 additional hours of Sociology electives
Requirements for a Minor in Sociology
· SOC 116 - Introductory Sociology
15 additional hours of Sociology electives (at least 9 hours at the 300 or 400 level)
Sociology majors and minors who maintain a minimum 3.0 grade point average in the discipline are eligible for induction into Alpha Kappa Delta, the International Sociology Honor Society. A minimum of 12 credit hours in sociology taken at Fredonia is required.