Concentrations

Concentrations 

The Sociology Department offers two optional concentrations for majors: 

  • Crime and Criminal Justice
  • Business and Society

Students who complete a concentration will be awarded a certificate by the department and have the concentration included on their college transcript.  Requirements for the concentrations are described below.  A minimum of  thirty-one credits is required for each program.

 

BA in Sociology with a Concentration in Crime and Criminal Justice

          Required courses for the major:

                       One 100 level sociology course

                        Sociology 270 – Sociological Theory

                        Sociology 271 – Social Statistics

                        Sociology 272 – Research Methods in Sociology

          The concentration requires any four (4) of the following courses:

                        Sociology 338 – Sociological Issues in Criminal Justice

                        Sociology 339 – Sociology of Violence

  Sociology 340 – Corrections

                        Sociology 341 – Criminology

                        Sociology 342 – Juvenile Delinquency

                        Sociology 343 – Sociology of Law

                        Sociology 352 – White-Collar Crime

                        Sociology 345 – Advanced Topics Seminar in Criminology

          Plus a minimum of 6 hours of sociology electives

 

BA in Sociology with a Concentration in Business and Society

          Required courses for the major:

                        One 100 level sociology course

                        Sociology 270 – Sociological Theory

                        Sociology 271 – Social Statistics

                        Sociology 272 – Research Methods in Sociology

          The concentration requires any four (4) of the following courses:

                        Sociology 303 – Business and Society

                        Sociology 316 – Conflict Management in Organizations

                        Sociology 351 – Management and Organizations

                         Sociology 352 – White-Collar Crime

                        Sociology 362 – Work, Conflict and Change

                        Sociology 363 – Global Capitalism

                        Sociology 365 – Technology, Culture and Change

                        Sociology 366 – The Sociological Analysis of Film

          Plus a minimum of 6 hours of sociology electives