Minor in Sociology
|SOC 120||Introduction to Sociology 1||3|
|SOC 298||Basic Sociological Theory||3|
|Select 12 units from the following:||12|
|Anthropology for Everyday Life 2|
|Introduction to Statistics 3|
|Contemporary Social Problems|
|Comparative Family Systems|
|Human Diversity 2|
|Immigrant L.A. OS|
|Sociology of Religion OS|
|Education and Society F|
|The Sociology of Gender|
|Field Internships 4|
|Social Movements ES|
|Crime and Delinquency|
|Social Stratification F|
|Contemporary Social Theory OS|
|Writing 3: Qualitative Social Research Methods 5, F|
|Writing 3: Quantitative Social Research Methods 5, S|
|Senior Seminar: Faith and Social Issues OF|
Meets the General Education Social Sciences requirement.
Meets the General Education Intercultural Competence requirement.
Meets the General Education Quantitative Literacy requirement.
Meets the General Education Integrative and Applied Learning requirement.
Meets the General Education Writing 3 requirement.
|F||Offered in Fall only|
|S||Offered in Spring only|
|F/S||Offered in both Fall and Spring terms|
|EF||Offered in Fall in even years|
|ES||Offered in Spring in even years|
|OF||Offered in Fall in odd years|
|OS||Offered in Spring in odd years|
Program Learning OutcomesStudents who successfully complete this program shall be able to:
- Understand and evaluate social research, and also to develop well-designed research projects.
- Recognize the influence of race, class, and gender on human behavior and social conditions.
- Articulate the role of social institutions—family, religion, government—in shaping social life and identity.
- Utilize the comparative and historical perspective to evaluate the effects of the social context on cultural beliefs, values, attitudes and practices.
- Utilize a sociological perspective on human behavior and the social order—including social structures and institutional practices—that empowers them to act in response to the Scriptural mandate to work for peace and justice.
- Describe their sociological education and the development of a sociological imagination in relation to Christian faith and life.