Sociology (B.A. or B.S.)

Required course work includes the university requirements (see regulation J-3), the general requirements for either the B.A. or B.S. degree and the following courses (electives must be approved by the student's advisor):

ANTH 100Introduction to Anthropology3
SOC 101Introduction to Sociology3
SOC 201Introduction to Inequalities and Inclusion3
SOC 311Development of Social Theory3
Select two courses from the following:6
Social Science Research Methods
Qualitative Social Science Methods
Social Data Analysis
Statistical Methods
Select one course from the following:3
Gender and Crime
Inequalities in the Justice System
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Select 9 credits in related fields as approved by student's advisor 19
Emphases
Select one of the following emphases:21
Total Hours51

A. Inequalities and Globalization

Select one of the following:3
Gender and Crime
Inequalities in the Justice System
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Select one of the following:3
Capstone: Sociology in Action
Select from these emphasis electives:15
Tribal Sovereignty and Federal Policy
Tribal Elders Series
Indigenous Ways of Knowing
Contemporary Pacific Northwest Indians
Human Issues in International Development
Terrorism, Society and Justice
Comparative Criminal Justice Systems
Gender and Crime
Sociology of the Family
Environmental Sociology and Globalization
Science, Technology, and Society
Gender and Science
Power, Politics, and Society
Extremism and American Society
Responding to Risk
Food, Culture, and Society
Workshop
Special Topics
Sociology of Law
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Self and Society
Environmental Justice
Climate Change and Society
Internship (No more than 6 credits may be counted toward major.)
Directed Study (No more than 6 credits may be counted toward major.)
Total Hours21

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree

B. General

Select one course from the following:3
Capstone: Sociology in Action
Select 18 credits from upper-division emphasis electives:18
Tribal Elders Series (No more than three credits may be counted toward this major.)
Indigenous Ways of Knowing
Family, Violence, and Society
Terrorism, Society and Justice
Violence and Society
Inequalities in the Justice System
Sociology of the Family
Environmental Sociology and Globalization
Science, Technology, and Society
Gender and Science
Power, Politics, and Society
Extremism and American Society
Responding to Risk
Food, Culture, and Society
Workshop
Special Topics
Qualitative Social Science Methods
Social Data Analysis
Sociology of Law
Economic (In)Justice in the United States
Sociology of Gender
Racial and Ethnic Relations
Self and Society
Environmental Justice
Climate Change and Society
Internship (No more than 6 credits may be counted toward major.)
Directed Study (No more than 6 credits may be counted toward major.)
Total Hours21

Courses to total 120 credits for this degree