BA in Sociology: Model Four-Year Plan

Freshman Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
WRI 1100

Analyzing and Writing Arguments
(Communication Skills-A)

3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3
SOC 1000 Introduction to Sociology
(World Cultures B and Major Requirement)
3 WRI 1200 Research, Argument, and Writing
(Research & Epistemology-A)
3
CSCI 1011 Introduction to Computer-Based Systems
(Communication Skills-C and Digital Literacy)
3 PSY 1000 Introduction to Psychology
(Research & Epistemology-C)
3
GEOG 1000 Introduction to Physical Geography
(Global Systems-A)
3 SOC 2000

Social problems and Policy
(major requirement)

3
SPAN 1100 Beginning Spanish I
(Communication Skills-B, first semester language)
4 SPAN 1200 Beginning Spanish II
(second semester language)
4
Total 16 Total 16
Sophomore Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
ECON 2010 Principles of Microeconomics
(Values & Choices-B)
3 SOC 3380 Cross-Cultural Relations
(major requirement and UD Global Citizenship)
3
LIT 2000 Introduction to Literature 3 CLST 1000 Great Books, East and West
(Values & Choices-A)
 3
Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3 SOC

3200

Social Statistics
(major requirement)
3
SOC 2600 Peace Studies
(Global Systems C and major requirement)
3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3
SOC 3100 Methods of Inquiry
(major requirement and UD research and writing)
3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3
Total 15       15
Junior Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
SOC 3650 Global Systems and Development
(major requirement)
3 ECON 1010 Introduction to Global Economic Issues
(Global sustems-B)
3
PHIL 2090 Principles of Logic
(Research & Epistemology)
3 GEOG 1500 World Regional Geography
(World Cultures-A)
3
AL 2000 Introduction to Linguistics
(World Cutlures-C)
3 Upper Division Sociology course #2
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3
Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3 Upper Division Sociology course #3
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3
Upper Division Sociology course #1
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3
Total 15 Total 15
Senior Year
Fall Semester   Spring Semester
SOC or
PHIL
4000
3731

Social Theory or
Philosophy of the Social Sciences
(major requirement)

3 SOC 4971 or
4900
Research Practicum I
(major requirement)
3
Upper Division Sociology course #4
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3 Upper Division Sociology course #6
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3
Upper Division Sociology course #5
(student will fufill 18 credit hours of Upper Division Sociology courses)
3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
 3
Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
3 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
 3
Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
(for example 2 credit art course, or on two different semesters 1 credit PE course)
2 Unrestricted Elective
Students may choose any course from the course catalog, provided prerequisites have been met
 3
Total 17 Total 15
Total Credits = 124