Sociology majors typically take the following courses in the fall semester of their first year:
First-Year Experience Learning Community Courses
We will register you in these courses.
- Philosophy (PHIL 201)
- English Composition (ENG 101) OR Theology (TRS 201)
Major and Elective Courses
You will need to choose and register for these courses.
- Introduction to Sociology (SOC 101) or Global Social Problems and Social Justice (SOC 102)
- A foreign language
- A course of your choosing
1 st Semester Courses
This area of study focuses on the root causes and implications of crime in societies, the preventative strategies that could control such social behavior, and approaches the study of crime from an evidence-based and Catholic social justice perspective. Since first year courses are rooted in this liberal arts perspective, courses in Sociology and the First-Year Experience complement each other well.
Criminology majors should enroll in SOC 205: Sociology of Crime and Justice.
Analysis of causes and consequences of criminal behavior. Exploration of the racial, socioeconomic, and other factors influencing the definition, treatment, and amelioration of criminal behavior.
Students are also encouraged to take courses reinforcing writing, analytical, and research skills.
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