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Sociology Undergraduate Programs


Professional Opportunities

  • Social service
  • Government
  • Research
  • Teaching
  • Business
  • Graduate school
    • Law
    • Policy
    • Social work
    • Medicine

The sociology major may be combined with minors or second majors in just about any discipline. Some sociology majors are also part of the Honors Program. Sociology majors often choose to study abroad, where they may take up to 6 credit hours toward their sociology degree. Opportunities for internships are available for upper-level majors in a variety of community organizations.

The sociology major offers both structure and flexibility. Students must take 15 credit hours of core subjects that emphasize methods, theory, and issues in the discipline. In addition, each student maps out a program of study that will satisfy the department’s requirements and provide the foundation for the student’s career aspirations.

Entry Requirement for a Bachelor’s degree in Sociology

A student wishing to declare sociology as a major must:

  1. Consult with the sociology department; and
  2. Do EITHER  a. or b.
    1. Earn a grade of C or better in Soc 1033 (or a B in the equivalent course at another university); and earn grades no lower than C in Engl 1033 and Math 1083 at TU, with at least one of these grades being a B or better (or earn B’s in writing and math courses at another university; or earn credit for these or higher courses through AP/IB credits).
    2. Or obtain permission from the sociology department