Sociology, AA

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Program Overview

Plan of Study in Sociology

The following curriculum is designed to satisfy the basic lower division requirements for sociology majors at senior institutions. If you have chosen a transfer institution, consult them to make course selections. Students are urged to first consult with an academic advisor and to continue to review their course selections and transfer plans with that advisor.

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Log on to MyCreditsTransfer at www.itransfer.org to see how your courses transfer to other colleges and universities. MyCreditsTransfer also offers program requirements and course equivalencies.


Program Requirements

Major courses

SOCY 2523Contemporary Social Problems

3 Credits

SOCY 2543Racial and Ethnic Relations

3 Credits

SOCY 2553Sociology of the Family

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Communications

COMM 1553Introductory Speech

3 Credits

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

ENGL 1623English II

3 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

A minimum grade of C is required in ENGL 1613 and ENGL 1623.

Mathematics

Choose one

MATH 1704Contemporary Mathematics

4 Credits

MATH 1713Finite Mathematics

3 Credits

MATH 1774Statistics

4 Credits

MATH 1834Calculus for Business & Social Science

4 Credits

MATH 2515Calculus & Analytic Geometry I

5 Credits

Total Credit Hours:3-5

Life Sciences and Physical Sciences

Life Science Course

3-4 Credits

Physical Science Course

3-4 Credits

Total Credit Hours:7

 At least one course must be designated as a laboratory course. View life sciences/physical sciences course options

Humanities

Humanities Courses

9 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

Three courses, with at least one from general humanities and at least one from the fine arts or interdisciplinary categories. View Humanities course options.

Social and Behavioral Science

SOCY 2513Sociology

3 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Courses

6 Credits

Total Credit Hours:9

One course must have a prefix other than SOCY. ANTH 1713 is recommended. View Social and behavioral science course options.

Electives

Electives

17 Credits

Total Credit Hours:17

Choose courses from any transfer-level elective area. Appropriate electives have a first digit of 1 or 2, and a second digit of 5, 6, 7, 8 or 9 in the KCC course number. A maximum of four (4) credit hours can come from physical education activity courses. Students must achieve competency in a single foreign language. Four semesters of college-level study in a single foreign language is required. In most cases, each year of high school foreign language may be substituted for one college semester.

Total Credit Hours: 64

Suggested Course Sequence

Fall semester

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

SOCY 2513Sociology

3 Credits

Life Science or Physical Science Course

3-4 Credits

Mathematics Elective

3-5 Credits

Elective

3 Credits

Spring semester

ENGL 1613English I

3 Credits

COMM 1553Introductory Speech

3 Credits

SOCY 2523Contemporary Social Problems

3 Credits

Life Science or Physical Science Course

3-4 Credits

Humanities Course

3 Credits

Fall semester

SOCY 2543Racial and Ethnic Relations

3 Credits

SOCY 2553Sociology of the Family

3 Credits

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

Humanities Courses

6 Credits

Spring semester

ANTH 1713Introduction to Anthropology

3 Credits

or

Social and Behavioral Science Course

3 Credits

 

Electives

14 Credits

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