Sociology Major Guide

2019-2020

Central Arizona College

Sociology majors study human social interaction in different groups, organizations, regions, and nations of the world. Students will examine society and its origins, functions, as well as issues like crime, social inequality, politics, education, medicine, culture, and population, to name a few. Coursework in written communication, statistics, and research round out the degree program. Graduates are prepared for many different career fields including social justice advocacy, healthcare, criminal and civil justice, business, technology.


Associate's Degree
An associate's degree is comprised of 60-64 community college credits. Below is information specific to your major.

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  AGEC Requirement
The Arizona General Education Curriulum block for this major is the AGEC-A.

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AGEC-A Course List
  Central Arizona College Courses
The courses listed below are recommended if you plan to transfer to a university and study Sociology.
COURSES  
Introduction to SociologySOC 101
Racial & Ethnic MinoritiesSOC 200
Social ProblemsSOC 202
Sociology of GenderSOC 212
Sociology of Marriage & FamilySOC 203


Bachelor's Degrees & Majors

  Bachelor's Degree for Sociology
UNIVERSITY / LOCATION DEGREE MAJOR LANGUAGE REQUIREMENT
Arizona State University - Lake HavasuBASociology
None
Arizona State University - OnlineBSSociology
None
Arizona State University - TempeBSSociology
None
Arizona State University - WestBASociology
None
Arizona State University - WestBSSociology
None
Northern Arizona UniversityBSSociology
None
NAU-Statewide & OnlineBSociology
TBD
University of ArizonaBASociology
4th Semester Proficiency

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