Sociology 2205A/B, Sociology 2206A/B and Sociology 2240E or Sociology 2270A/B and Sociology 2271A/B are required courses for all majors and specializations offered by Sociology. When students combine two majors (e.g., Major in Sociology and Major in Criminology or Major in Criminal Justice) or a specialization and a major (Honors Specialization in Sociology and Major in Criminology or Major in Criminal Justice), however, these courses only need to be taken once. Sociology 2205A/B and Sociology 2206A/B will be counted toward both modules. Sociology 2240E or Sociology 2270A/B and Sociology 2271A/B will count toward one module and an additional 1.0 course at the 2200-level in Sociology must be taken for the other module.
When a major module in sociology is being combined with the Community Development module offered by the Brescia Sociology Department (which does not require that Sociology 2205A/B and Sociology 2206A/B be taken), any 1.0 sociology course numbered 2200 or above may be doubled counted.
This means that students taking two majors in Sociology have 11.0 required courses while those combining a specialization and a major have 14.0.
Note: this is the only overlap allowed between Sociology modules. The Department does not permit any course overlap between a Minor and another module offered in Sociology.
Note: Three-Year Bachelor degrees allow a maximum of 9.0 courses in one subject area. Some modular combinations when taken exclusively through the Department of Sociology, may exceed this maximum, e.g., Major in Sociology + Minor in Criminology. Please consult the Department for further information.
Students who have taken any course from the following list, will need to replace Sociology 2205A/B Statistics for Sociology with an additional 0.5 Sociology course at the 2200 level.
Sociology 2205A/B Antirequisites:
Biology 2244A/B, Economics 2122A/B, Economics 2222A/B, Geography 2210A/B, Health Sciences 3801A/B, MOS 2242A/B, Psychology 2810, Psychology 2820E, Psychology 2830A/B, Statistical Sciences 2035, Statistical Sciences 2037A/B if taken before Fall 2010, Statistical Sciences 2141A/B, Statistical Sciences 2143A/B, Statistical Sciences 2244A/B, Statistical Sciences 2858A/B and the former Psychology 2885, the former Social Work 2205, the former Statistical Sciences 2122A/B.
Students who have completed the former Social Work 2205 must replace Sociology 2205A/B, Statistics for Sociology, and Sociology 2206A/B, Research Methods in Sociology, with 1.0 Sociology course at the 2200 level.
Students who take a full course (1.0 course) as a statistics substitution to satisfy the requirement for Sociology 2205A/B will have an additional 0.5 course for their module.