AA/AS Degree – Concentration in Sociology

This curriculum is designed for students interested in transferring to a four-year institution in degree programs such as sociology, human services, and education. This program is part of the Education & Training Career Cluster.

The listed sequence of courses provides guidance for students so that they can complete this program of study in the most efficient manner. This sequence assumes that students have met college academic placement and/or other program requirements. Students are strongly urged to contact a college advisor for assistance in developing their plan for enrolling in courses to meet the program of study.

Sociology: 64 Credit Hours

Course CodeCourseCredit Hrs.
Fall Semester CoursesCredit Hrs.
ENG101Composition I3
Social Behavioral Sciences3
Spring Semester CoursesCredit Hrs.
ENG102Composition II3
Social Behavioral Sciences3
Fine Arts3
Lab Science4
Fall Semester CoursesCredit Hrs.
Social Behavioral Sciences3
Non-Lab Science3
Suggested Electives9
Spring Semester CoursesCredit Hrs.
COM103Speech Communication3
Humanities and Fine Arts3
Health Science3
Suggested Electives6
Suggested ElectivesCredit Hrs.
SOC100Introduction to Sociology3
SOC105Introduction to Social Work3
SOC110Contemporary Social Problems3
SOC160Introduction to Cultural Anthropology3
SOC215Racial & Ethnic Relations3
SOC225Sociology of Sex & Gender3
SOC250Marriage & the Family3
SOC255Deviance & Society3
PHI110Introduction to Philosophy3
POL180American Government3
PSY130General Psychology3
PSY239Psychology of Personality and Adjustment3
PSY240Social Psychology3
REL101World Religions3
Education Curriculum Courses**

*Students should determine elective hours based on major and other requirements. **Students planning to enter teaching should follow recommended courses in the education curriculum. Students must complete at least one IAI approved math course. Science requirements include at least one IAI life science and one IAI physical science, and one of those must be a lab science. Additional math and/or science courses are needed to complete general education requirements for the AS degree.