Sociology 2010-11

 

Sociology Department

B.A. in Sociology ( 36.000 credits )  
SOCI 101 - The Sociological Perspective 3 cr.
SOCI 201 - Research Methods I 3 cr.
SOCI 202 - Research Methods II 3 cr.
SOCI 400 - Sociological Theory 3 cr.
SOCI 490 - Seminar in Sociology 3 cr.

Sociology Electives

15 cr.

   

Electives must include 6 credits from SOCI 240, 300, 320, 330, 350, 370, or 380. 

 

Electives can include a maximum of six credits can come from between SOCI-120 through SOCI-190. 

Auxiliary ( 6.000 credits )
ATDV 110 - Statistics for Social Science 3 cr.
CSIS 010 - Intro to Computer Applications                       OR
CSIS 030 - Intro to Computing with SPSS                        OR

CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science

3 cr.

 

 

B.A. in Sociology ( 30.000 credits )
with a Certification in Social Studies Teaching
Sociology majors seeking initial teaching certification in grades 7-12 for Social Studies
will need to maintain at least a 3.1 in Sociology as well as an overall GPA of 3.1.
SOCI 101 - The Sociological Perspective 3 cr.
SOCI 201 - Research Methods I 3 cr.
SOCI 202 - Research Methods II 3 cr.
SOCI 400 - Sociological Theory 3 cr.
SOCI 490 - Seminar in Sociology 3 cr.

Sociology Electives

15 cr.

Electives must include 6 credits from SOCI 240, 300, 320, 330, 350, 370, or 380 (must have SYUR attribute).

Electives can include a maximum of six credits from SOCI-120 through SOCI-190. 

Auxiliary ( 33.000 credits )
ATDV 110 - Statistics for Social Science 3 cr.
CSIS 010 - Intro to Computer Applications                       OR
CSIS 030 - Intro to Computing with SPSS                        OR
CSIS 110 - Intro to Computer Science 3 cr.
3 credits in Economics 3 cr.
3 hours in Political Science
HIST 101 - Shaping of Contemporary World 3 cr.
HIST 327 - New York State History 3 cr.
6 credits in European history 6 cr.
6 credits in United States history 6 cr.
6 credits in non-Western history 6 cr.
Two semesters ( 6 credits ) in the same foreign language  6 cr.
These languages include: French, Spanish, German, Latin, Russian, Greek, Italian, or Arabic.

American Sign Language does not fulfill this requirement.

 
Education Certification ( 28.000 credits )
EDUC 210 Issues in Contemporary American Education 3 cr.
EDUC 260 Educational Psychology 3 cr.

EDUC 261 Foundations in Language and Literacy

3 cr.

After completing these courses, one must apply to the Education Department. Upon
approval, the following courses are required to obtain the certification:

EDUC 461 - Literacy: Middle and High School

3 cr.

The following courses are completed during the semester students participate in student teaching:
EDUC 481 - Instruction in Inclusion Classroom 3 cr.
EDUC 485 - Student Teaching Seminar: The Reflective Practitioner 3 cr.
EDUC 487 - Clinical Experience in Middle School 5 cr.
EDUC 488 - Clinical Experience in High School 5 cr.
EDUC 495 - Drug Alcohol Tobacco Workshop 0 cr.

EDUC 496 - Child Abuse and School Violence Workshop

0 cr.

Education Department