In addition to the courses below, you must two Sociology Electives at the 300-400 level.
The study and analysis of several types of disapproved behavior, which have aroused major social concern and efforts to do something about them. Special emphasis will be given to such areas as drug use and addiction; homosexuality; prostitution; white collar, professional, organized and violent crimes; suicide; and mental illness. PR: SOCI 210. Fall.
Deals with the psychological factors inherent in marriage and family relations. Includes such premarital factors as dating, courtship and selection of a mate. Relates to the integration of personalities in the marital union and training of the progeny. PR: SOCI 210. Spring.
Introduces students to the major theoretical perspectives used in sociological inquiry and their applications to contemporary social analysis. Includes historical background of significant theorists and their theories from the nineteenth century through the present. PR: SOCI 210. Fall.