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Sociology Courses

General Education Communication:

ENG 121 English Composition I - 3 Credits 
A passing score the college’s placement test or a grade of “C” or better in ENG 010.

ENG 122 English Composition II - 3 Credits 
A grade of “C” or better in ENG 121
OR
ENG 125 English Composition II: Writing About Literature - 3 Credits

SPE 121 Fundamentals of Public Speaking - 3 Credits
OR
SPE 123 Discussion and Debate - 3 Credits

General Education History:

HIS 121 History of Western Civilization I - 3 Credits
HIS 122 History of Western Civilization II - 3 Credits
___ ___ General Education Humanities Elective (GE HUM) - 3 Credits 
Choose one course designated in the course descriptions as general education humanities (GE HUM) from the following: African-American Studies, Art, Dance, English, Modern Language, Music, Philosophy, and Theatre.

___ ___ Language Elective General Education Humanities - 3 Credits 
Choose two modern language courses in sequence (GE HUM) from either: FRE, GER, ITA or SPA . For students who completed at least two years of high school study (GE HUM) in one modern language, their level of language will be determined by a placement test excluding SPA 242.

___ ___ Language Elective General Education Humanities - 3 Credits

General Education Mathematics, Science and Technology:

___ ___ Technology Elective (GE MST) - 3 Credits
___ ___ Mathematics Elective (GE MST) -3-4 Credits
___ ___ Science Elective (GE MST) - 3-4 Credits
___ ___ Mathematics or Science Elective (GE MST) - 3-4 Credits

Students must take 12-15 credits in general education mathematics, science, and technology courses. Choose one science course, two math courses and one technology course in consultation with an academic advisor. For their technology elective, students should choose either BUS 107, CSC 105, or CSC 106. (Students may also choose a programming course if taken along with MAT 014.)

General Education Social Sciences:

___ ___ General Education Social Sciences Elective (GE SS) - 3 Credits
___ ___ General Education Social Sciences Elective (GE SS) - 3 Credits

Choose courses designated in the course descriptions as general education social sciences (GE SS) from the following: African-American Studies, Anthropology, Economics, Political Science, Psychology and Sociology.

Liberal Arts Electives:

___ ___ Sociology Elective - 3 Credits 
___ ___ Sociology Elective - 3 Credits  
___ ___ Sociology Elective - 3 Credits 
___ ___ Sociology Elective - 3 Credits

Students should choose four Sociology courses (SOC) that they are not taking to satisfy other requirements for the degree.

___ ___ General Education Diversity Elective (GE DIV) - 3 Credits

Choose courses designated in the course descriptions as general education diversity (GE DIV). Choose one course from the following areas: AFS, ART , CJU, COM, COR, DAN, EDU, ENG, FRE, GER, H ED, HIS, ITA , LNC, MUS, PED, PHI, POL, POS, PSY, SSD, SOC, SPA , SPE and THE.

___ ___ Divisional Elective - 3 Credits 
Choose one course designated in the course

___ ___ Physical/Health Education Elective - 1 -3 Credits

Students may satisfy this requirement with any HED or PED course except PED 270.

Total Credits: 61-66