Stephen F. Austin State University

Sociology

Majors and Minors in Sociology (B.A. or B.S. Degree)

Major

Students with a major in sociology may choose either the Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Sci­ence degree. Students with a major in sociology select one of the following emphases:

SOC 137: Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
ANT 231: Cultural Anthropology (3 credits)
SOC 310: Professional Seminar (3 credits)
SOC 378: Research Methods (3 credits)
SOC 379: Data Analysis (3 credits)
SOC 471: Sociological Theory (3 credits)
SOC 495: Capstone (3 credits)
Additional upper-level sociology courses (9 credits)
Additional upper or lower-level sociology courses (3 credits)
ANT 231: Cultural Anthropology (3 credits)
ANT 248: Physical Anthropology (4 credits)
ANT 251: Intro to Archaeology (4 credits)
ANT 440: Field School) or ANT 441: Qualitative Methods (3 credits)
SOC 137: Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
SOC 310: Professional Seminar (3 credits)
SOC 379: Data Analysis (3 credits)
SOC 471: Sociological Theory (3 credits)
SOC 495: Capstone (3 credits)
Additional upper-level anthropology courses (6 credits)
SOC 137: Intro to Sociology (3 credits)
SOC 310: Professional Seminar (3 credits)
SOC 370: Social Gerontology (3 credits)
SOC 378: Research Methods (3 credits)
SOC 379: Data Analysis (3 credits)
SOC 430: Aging & Generational Relations (3 credits)
SOC 471: Sociological Theory (3 credits)
SOC 495: Capstone (3 credits)
Additional upper-level gerontology courses (9 credits)

Minor

A minor in Sociology requires 18 semester hours of which at least nine must be advanced. Required courses are SOC 137; SOC 253 or ANT 231; plus 12 ad­ditional hours in sociology, nine of which must be advanced.