Students may choose to double major in both Sociology and Criminology, or major in either Sociology or Criminology while minoring in the other.
Sociology and Criminology Double Major
Students wishing to complete a double major must complete the Declaration of Major form for the College of Arts and Sciences and fill in both majors. Students completing a double major are not required to complete a minor as well.
|SOC 101||Introduction to Sociology||3|
|SOC 210||Introduction to Social Research||3|
|SOC 211||Quantitative Methods for Sociologists||3|
|SOC 212||Quantitative Methods Lab||1|
|SOC 401||Sociological Theory||3|
|Select two of the following:||6|
|Social Psychology: Sociological Perspective|
|SOC 470||Theories of Deviant Behavior||3|
|Select one of the following:||3|
|Additional Required Courses|
|ENG 105||English Composition I||3|
|ENG 106||English Composition II||3|
|MTH 113||Finite Mathematics||3|
|Arts and Humanities Cognate||9|
|Total Credit Hours||120-126|
GEG 306 can be substituted for SOC 210 and EPS 452 can be substituted for SOC 210 only by students who are also enrolled in the School of Education.
A minimum final grade of C- and a GPA of 2.0 are required in all courses offered by the Department
A minimum of 31 credits must be earned in residency in the Department; thus, only a maximum of 27 credits can be transferred from other institutions as eligible credits for the SOCIOLOGY/CRIMINOLOGY DOUBLE major
Sociology and Criminology Major-Minor Program
A minor in either Sociology or Criminology while majoring in the other program requires 12 additional credits offered by the Department to the major program requirements, totaling 43 credit hours.