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Sociology Program

Foreign Language Requirements/University Core Curriculum

All Departmental Majors must take 2 consecutive semesters of a foreign language, which will fulfill the language requirement of the University Core Curriculum.

Sociology Major

The Sociology major is designed to provide a broad intellectual and sociological background. The program provides students with both theoretical and methodological tools as well as substantive insights to assist them in understanding social life, social organization, and social action. Because of the concentration's focus on developing analytic skills, Sociology at Lincoln is an excellent preparation for many fields that involve social policy analysis, including law, business management, education, government and social service.

Course Descriptions

University Core specific
2 consecutive semester of a foreign language
8 credits
SOC 101 - Introduction to Sociology 3
SOC 201- General Anthropology 3
SOC 243 Introduction to Human Services 3
SOC 305 Research Methods 3
SOC 306 Social Statistics 3
SOC 318 Sociological Theory 3
Select one (1): 3 credits 3
SOC 205 Marriage and Family or SOC 311 American Community Sociological Theory 3
Four Departmental Electives 12 credits
Total 33 credits

Sociology Minor

SOC 101 Intro to Sociology (satisfies University core) 3
SOC 201 General Anthropology 3
Three Sociology Electives SOC 9
SOC 315 Court and Corrections 3
Total 15 credits