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Sociology

 

Program A: Human Services Concentration

Core Requirements (click here)

 

Major Requirements

Hours

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology

3

SOC 201 Research Methods in the Social and Political Sciences

3

SOC 240 Social Welfare

3

SOC 303 Social Theory in Anthropology and Sociology

3

SOC 341 Human Services Case Management: Theory and Service Learning

3

SOC 402 Program Evaluation Research Methodology and Policy Analysis

3

SOC 450 Senior Seminar 3

SOC 490 Internship in Sociology

3

Sociology or Anthropology Electives

6

Three of the following

9

ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology

3

ANT 102 World Cultures

3

ANT 200 Cultural Myths and Cultural Realities

3

SOC 231 Marriage and Families

3

SOC 232 Family Violence

3

SOC 233 Sociology of the City

3

SOC 241 Social Inequality

3

SOC 265 Population/Demography

3

SOC 310 Aging and Society

3

SOC 311 Sociology of Work

3

SOC 335 Economics of Poverty

3

SOC 344 Gender and Society

3

SOC 401 Sociological Perspectives in Social Psychology

3

 

SOC 403 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Communication

3

SOC 406 Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Class

3

Major Support

 

PSY 101 Introductory Psychology

3

Language other than English 3 & 4

6

MTH 111 Introduction to Statistics I

4

Two of the following:1

6

ECO 113 Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECO 114 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

PSC 331 Introduction to Public Administration

3

PSC 332 Public Policy

3

Free Electives

24

 

 

Program B: Concentration in Research and Theory

Core Requirements (click here)

 

Major Requirements

Hours

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology

3

SOC 201 Research Methods in the Social and Political Sciences

3

SOC 303 Social Theory in Anthropology and Sociology

3

SOC 402 Program Evaluation Research Methodology and Policy Analysis

3

SOC 450 Senior Seminar 3

One of the following

3

SOC 495 Empirical Research Project

 

SOC 499 Research in Sociology

 

Two of the following

6

SOC 241 Social Inequality

3

SOC 265 Population/Demography

3

SOC 390 Independent Study in Sociology

3

SOC 401 Sociological Perspectives in Social Psychology

3

Sociology or Anthropology Electives

12

Three Cognate Social Science Electives2

9

Major Support

 

MTH 111 Introduction to Statistics I

4

Language other than English 3 & 4

6

Free Electives

27

 

Program C: Concentration in Criminology and Criminal Justice

Core Requirements (click here)

 

Major Requirements

Hours

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology

3

SOC 121 Deviance

3

SOC 201 Research Methods in the Social and Political Sciences

3

SOC 220 The Criminal Justice System

3

SOC 221 Criminology

3

SOC 303 Social Theory in Anthropology and Sociology

3

SOC 321 Law, Society and Social Sciences

3

SOC 323 Juvenile Delinquency

3

SOC 402 Program Evaluation Research Methodology and Policy Analysis

3

SOC 450 Senior Seminar 3

SOC 490 Internship in Sociology (or alternative as approved by department chair

3

Three of the following

 

ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology

3

ANT 102 World Cultures

3

ANT 200 Cultural Myths and Cultural Realities                                                              3

SOC 241 Social Inequality

3

SOC 311 Sociology of Work

3

SOC 344 Gender and Society

3

SOC 406 Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Class

3

Major Support

 

MTH 111 Intro to Statistics I 

4

 Language other than English 3 & 4

6

Two of the following

 

HST 316 History of American Law

3

PHL 351 Philosophy of Law

3

PSC 243 Law and Politics

3

PSC 331 Public Administration

3

PSC 451 Constitutional Law I

3

PSC 452 Constitutional Law II

3

SOC 231 Marriage and Families

3

SOC 232 Family Violence

3

SOC 233 Sociology of the City

3

SOC 240 Social Welfare

3

SOC 311 Sociology of Work

3

SOC 341 Human Services Case Management: Theory and Service Learning

3

SOC 403 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Communication

3

Sociology or Anthropology Electives

3

Free Electives

21

 

 

Program D: Concentration in Sociology for Dual Childhood/Special Education

Core Requirements (click here)

 

Major Requirements

Hours

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology

3

SOC 201 Research Methods in the Social and Political Sciences

3

SOC 303 Social Theory in Anthropology and Sociology

3

SOC 450 Senior Seminar 3

One of the following

 

SOC 245 Conflict Resolution

3

SOC 403 Group Dynamics and Interpersonal Communication

3

SOC 490 Internship in Sociology

3

SOC 495 Empirical Research Project

3

Two of the following

 

ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology

3

ANT 102 World Cultures

3

ANT 109 Human Evolution

3

ANT 200 Cultural Myths and Cultural Realities

3

ANT 213 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia: A Topical Approach

3

ANT 300 Anthropological Linguistics

3

ANT 315 Temples, Shrines and Tells: Ancient Near East Archaeology

3

ANT 360 Anthropology Examines Traditional Religion: Witchcraft, Oracles and Magic

3

SOC 241 Social Inequality

3

SOC 311 Sociology of Work

3

SOC 344 Gender and Society

3

SOC 406 Race/Ethnicity, Gender, Class

3

Three of the following

 

SOC 240 Social Welfare

3

SOC 231 Marriage and Families

3

SOC 232 Family Violence

3

SOC 233 Sociology of the City

3

SOC 241 Social Inequality

3

 

SOC 323 Juvenile Delinquency

3

SOC 341 Human Services Caseload Management: Theory and Service Learning

3

SOC 401 Sociological Perspectives in Social Psychology

3

SOC 402 Program Evaluation Research Methodology and Policy Analysis

3

Major Support

 

MTH 111 Statistics I

3

Language other than English3

3

Language other than English3

3

One of the following

 

ECO 113 Principles of Microeconomics

3

ECO 114 Principles of Macroeconomics

3

HST 211-212 American History Survey

3

HST 318 United States Intellectual and Cultural History

3

HST 321-326 US History

3

HST 327 Colonial Latin America

3

HST 328 Latin American Since 1825

3

HST 331-332 British History

3

HST 333 Hitler’s Germany

3

HST 353 Social History of American Women

3

HST 361-362 Russian History

3

HST 400 Women in America

3

HST 401-402 African-American History

3

HST 406 Modern East Asia

3

PSY 101 Introductory Psychology

3

PSC 101 American National Politics

3

PSC 353 Government and the Mass Media

3

PSC 451-452 Constitutional Law

3

Education requirements

 

EDU 105 Teaching in a Diverse Society

3

EDU 120 Child Abuse Prevention and Reporting and Violence Prevention

0

EDU 205 Childhood Learning and Special Needs

3

EDU 225 Assessment & Decision Making for Equity and Inclusion

3

 

EDU 305 Principles and Methods of Multicultural Literacy Learning

3

EDU 315 Planning, Assessing and Managing the Inclusive Classroom

3

EDU 365 Adapting Literacy Learning for Students with Special Needs

3

EDU 375 Strategies and Technology for the Inclusive Classroom

6

EDU 405 Preservice Clinical Teaching Seminar

3

EDU 430 Supervised Preservice Teaching (1-6)

6

EDU 431 Supervised Preservice Teaching (SPE 1-6)

6

 

 

Program E: Concentration in Anthropology

Core Requirements (click here)

 

Major Requirements

Hours

SOC 101 Introductory Sociology

3

SOC 201 Research Methods in the Social and Political Sciences

3

SOC 303 Social Theory in Anthropology and Sociology

3

SOC 450 Senior Seminar 3

ANT 101 Introduction to Anthropology

3

ANT 200 Cultural Myths and Cultural Realities

3

One of the following

 

ANT 300 Anthropological Linguistics

3

BIO 109 Human Evolution

3

REL 315 Temples, Shrines and Tells: Ancient Near East Archeology

3

One of the following

 

ANT 213 Peoples and Cultures of Southeast Asia

3

Two of the following

 

Sociology or Anthropology electives

6

Major Support

 

MTH 111 Introduction to Statistics

4

Language other than English3

6

Three of the following

 

Cognate social sciences2

3

PHL 331 Contemporary Continental Thought

3

PHL 356 Philosophy and the Social Sciences

3

Foreign Language5

3-9

 

An internship in sociology is developed by a student in consultation with department faculty according to the supervisor’s internship guidelines. Normally, no more than three credit hours of internship may be counted toward a major in sociology.

Sociology Minor

A minor in sociology involves 15 credit hours of sociology courses. Selection of particular courses is based upon each student’s needs and interests and is made with the approval of the department chair. These courses normally begin with Introductory Sociology (SOC 101). At least nine of the 15 credit hours must be at the upper level.

Students who seek a minor in sociology should contact the department chair as early in their career at Le Moyne as possible and prior to their enrolling in any upper-level sociology course.
 

Typical Program for Human Services Concentration

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

 

Freshman Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 101

3

 

SOC group*

3

 

ENG 102/PSY 101

3

 

PSY 101/ENG 102

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

HST 101/103

3

 

HST 102/104

3

 

PHL 101

3

 

Natural Science

3-4

 

AVS 101 (not applicable to transfer students)

1

 

 

 

Sophomore Year

 

 

 

 

 

Free elective

3

 

SOC 201

3

 

MTH 111

4

 

SOC 240

3

 

ENG 200/SOC group*

3

 

ENG 200/SOC group*

3

 

PHL 201/SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

PHL 201/Free Elective

3

 

REL 200/Free Elective

3

 

REL 200 /SOC/ANT Elective

3

Junior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 303

3

 

SOC group*

3

 

ECO 113 or PSC 331

3

 

ECO 114 or PSC 332

3

 

ENG 300/SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

ENG 300/SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

PHL 300-303/SOC 341

3

 

PHL 300-303/SOC 341

3

 

REL 301-399/Free Elective

3

 

REL 301-399/Free Elective

3

Senior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 490 (or alternative as approved by department chair)

3

 

 

SOC 402

3

 

 

ENG/HST 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

ENG/HST 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/SOC 450

3

 

SOC 450/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective

3

               

 

*  SOC group = 3 of ANT 101, ANT 200, SOC 231, SOC 265, SOC 233, SOC 241, SOC 335, SOC 340, SOC 344, SOC 401, SOC 403, SOC 406

 

Typical Program for Research and Theory Concentration

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

 

Freshman Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 101

3

 

SOC group*

3

 

ENG 102/Cognate Social Science**

3

 

Cognate Social
Science**/ENG 102

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

HST 101/103

3

 

HST 102/104

3

 

PHL 101

3

 

Natural Science

3-4

 

AVS 101 (not applicable to transfer students)

1

 

 

 

Sophomore Year

 

 

 

 

 

Free Elective

3

 

SOC 201

3

 

MTH 111

4

 

SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

ENG 200/SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

ENG 200/SOC/ANT Elective

 

PHL 201/Cognate Social Science**

3

 

Cognate Social
Science**/PHL 201

3

 

REL 200/Free
Elective

3

 

Free Elective/
REL 200

3

Junior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 303

3

 

SOC group*

3

 

ENG 300/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/ENG 300

3

 

PHL 300-303/Free Elective

 

Free Elective/PHL 300-303

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

REL 301-399/SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

SOC/ANT Elective

3

Senior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 495/499

3

 

SOC 402

3

 

ENG/HST 400-419/Free Elective

 

ENG/HST 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400/Free Elective

3

 

Cognate Social Science**/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/Cognate Social Science**

3

 

SOC 450/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/SOC 450

3

               

 * SOC group = 2 of SOC 241, SOC 265, SOC 390, SOC 401

**  Cognate Social Science group = any ANT, CJS, ECO, EDU, PSC, PSY

 

 

Typical Program for Criminology & Criminal Justice Concentration

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Freshman Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 101

3

 

CJS 101

3

 

ENG 102/PHL 101

3

 

PHL 101/ENG 102

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

HST 101/103

3

 

HST 102/104

3

 

Natural Science

3-4

 

SOC Elective

3

 

AVS 101 (not applicable to transfer students)

 

 

 

Sophomore Year

 

 

 

 

 

Free Elective

3

 

SOC 201

3

 

SOC 121

3

 

SOC 221

3

 

PHL 201/ENG 200

3

 

ENG 200/PHL 201

3

 

MTH 111

4

 

REL 200

3

 

SOC Elective

2-3

 

Free Elective

3

Junior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 303

3

 

SOC 321

3

 

SOC 323

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

ENG 300/SOC/ANT group*

3

 

SOC/ANT group*/ENG 300

3

 

PHL 301-303/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/PHL 301-303

3

 

REL 301-399/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/REL 301-399

3

Senior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 490 (or alternative as approved by department chair)

 

SOC/ANT group*

 

3

 

ENG or HST 400-419/SOC 450

3

 

SOC 450/ENG or HST 400-419

3

 

PHL or REL 400-419/Free Elective

 

Free Elective/PHL or REL 400-419

3

 

SOC/ANT group*

3

 

SOC 402

3

 

Cognate Social
Science group**

3

 

Cognate Social
Science group**

3

 

*  SOC/ANT group. Three of the following: ANT 101, ANT 200, SOC 241, SOC 344, SOC 406.

**Cognate Social Science group. Two of the following: HST 316, PHL 351, PSC 243, PSC 331, PSC 451, PSC 452, SOC 231, SOC 232, SOC 233, SOC 240, SOC 341, SOC 403.

 

 Typical Program for Dual Childhood/Special Education

 

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Freshman Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG 102/PHL 101

3

 

PHL 101/ENG 102

3

 

 

SOC 101

3

 

EDU 105

3

 

 

Language

3

 

Language

3

 

 

MTH 111

4

 

Natural Science

3

 

 

HST 101/103

3

 

HST 102/104

3

 

 

AVS 101 (not applicable to Transfer students)

1

 

 

 

 

Sophomore Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU 205

3

 

EDU 225

3

 

 

SOC 201

3

 

List B/List A

3

 

 

ENG 200/PHL 201

3

 

PHL 201/ENG 200

3

 

 

REL 200/List D

3

 

List B/REL 200

3

 

 

List B/List C

3

 

List D/List C

3

 

Junior Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

ENG 300/PHL 301-303

3

 

PHL 301-303/ENG 300

3

 

 

List A/REL 300-399

3

 

REL 300-399/List B

3

 

 

EDU 305

3

 

EDU 365

3

 

 

EDU 315

3

 

EDU 375

6

 

 

SOC 303

3

 

 

 

 

Senior Year

 

 

 

 

 

 

EDU 120

0

 

PHL/REL Sem

3

 

 

EDU 405

3

 

SOC 450

3

 

 

EDU 430

6

 

ENG/HST Sem

3

 

 

EDU 431

6

 

List C

3

 

 

 

 

 

List C

3

 

               

 

 

List A - one of the following

SOC 245, SOC 403, SOC 490, SOC 495

List B - two of the following

ANT 101, ANT 109, ANT 200, ANT 213, ANT 300, ANT 315, ANT 360, SOC 241, SOC 344, SOC 406

List C - three of the following

SOC 231, SOC 232, SOC 240, SOC 241, SOC 323, SOC 341, SOC 401, SOC 402

List D - one of the following

ECO 113, ECO 114, HST 211, HST 212, HST 318, HST 321, HST 322, HST 323, HST 324, HST 325, HST 326, HST 327, HST 328, HST 331, HST 332, HST 333, HST 353, HST 361, HST 362, HST 400, HST 401, HST 402, HST 406, PSY 101, PSC 101, PSC 353, PSC 451, PSC 452

 

 

 

Typical Program for Anthropology Concentration

First Semester

Hours

Second Semester

Hours

Freshman Year

 

 

 

 

ANT 101/SOC 101

3

 

SOC 101/ANT 101

3

 

ENG 102/Allied Course

3

 

Allied Course/ENG 102

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

Foreign Language

3

 

HST 103+/101

3

 

HST 104+/102

3

 

PHL 101/Natural Science

 

Natural Science/PHL 101

3

 

AVS 101 (not applicable to transfer students)

1

 

 

 

Sophomore Year

 

 

 

 

 

ANT 200/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/ANT 200

3

 

MTH 111

4

 

SOC 201

3

 

SOC/ANT Elective

3

 

ANT sub-field

3

 

ENG 200/PHL 201

3

 

PHL 201/ENG 200

3

 

REL 200/Allied Course

3

 

Allied Course/REL 200

3

Junior Year

 

 

 

 

 

SOC 303/ANT 303

3

 

ANT Ethnographic Area

3

 

ENG 300/
Allied Course

3

 

Allied Course/
ENG 300

3

 

PHL 301/303/
Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/
PHL 301/303

3

 

REL 300-399/
Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/
REL 300-399

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

SOC/ANT Elective

3

Senior Year

 

 

 

 

 

Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

ENG/HST 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

HST/ENG 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

PHL/REL 400-419/Free Elective

3

 

SOC 450/Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective/SOC 450

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

Free Elective

3

 

+ World Civilizations is recommended for the anthropology concentration.

 

 


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