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Total credits required for the Sociology Major: 36
Required  Courses  (3 credits each, total of 18 credits)
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    1) First year or Sophomore yr: SOC 110: The Social World _____
    2) First year or Sophomore yr: SOC 200: Foundations of Sociological Analysis (pre-requisite: SOC 110) _____
    Students should take SOC 200 and 250 in the same semester.
    3) Sophomore yr: SOC 250: Methods of Social Research I
    (pre-requisite: SOC 110)
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    4) Junior yr: SOC 350: Methods of Social Research II
    (pre-requisite: SOC 200 and SOC 250)
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    Students should take SOC 350 and SOC 390/395 in the same semester.
    5) Junior yr: Choose one of the following theory courses
    (pre-requisite: SOC 200 or permission of instructor)
    SOC 390: Early Social Theory
                                or
    SOC 395: Contemporary Social Theory

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    5) Senior yr: Choose one of the following Senior Option courses:
    (pre-requisites: SOC 390 or 395, AND Soc 350)
    SOC 405: Applied Sociology
                         or
    SOC 416: Qualitative Explorations
                              or
    SOC 410: Sociological Honors


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    Electives: (18 credits, total)

_____120 Social Problems
_____202 Contemporary Global Issues (or ANT 202)
_____212 Marriage & the Family
_____216 Society & Schools
_____225 Racial and Ethnic Minorities
_____240 Sociology of Sport & Leisure
_____280 Hmong Americans (or ERS 280)
_____307 International Development and Cultural Change (or Ant)
_____310 Social Stratification
_____311 Rural and Urban Sociology
_____313 Law and Society
_____315 Religion and Society
_____317 Sociology of Film
_____320 Demography
_____321 Delinquency
_____322 Criminology
_____324 Criminal Justice
_____325 Sociology of Mental Illness
_____326 Sociopharmacology
_____328 Environmental Sociology
_____330 Social Psychology (or PSY 341)
_____334 Sociology of Small Groups
_____335 Collective Behavior
_____338 Sociological Aspects of Work and Life
_____340 Bioethics and Society (or PHL 339)
_____343 American Indian Contemp. Issues (or ERS 343)
_____354 Peoples & Cultures of Latin Am. (or ANT 354)
_____360 Catastrophes & Human Societies (or ANT 360)
_____363 American Indians & the Environ. (or ERS 363)
_____370 Sociology of Gender
_____375 Lesbian Studies (or WGS 375)
_____399 Sociological Forum
_____409 Readings & Research in Sociology Jr. 2-3 cr. 6 max.
_____420 Health Care & Illness
_____422 Death, Grief & Bereavement
_____429 Sociology of Deviance
_____450 Internship in Sociology (Jr., 3-15 cr., 6 max to major)
_____480 Comparative Sociology
_____485 Research Apprenticeship in Sociology (1-2 cr)
_____486 Teaching Apprenticeship in Sociology (1-2 cr)
_____499 Seminar in Sociology

ANTHROPOLOGY COURSES (3 credits each)
Counting Toward Major (Up to Six)

_____202 Contemporary Global Issues (or SOC 202)
_____203 Culture and Ecology
_____250 Women and Society
_____266 Anthropology of Food
_____290 Andean Anthropology
_____304 Hunter & Gatherer Societies
_____305 Indigenous Agricultural Societies
_____307 International Development and Cultural Change (or Soc)
_____315 Prairie-Plains Archaeology
_____342 The Celtic World
_____343 North American Indians
_____350 Language and Culture
_____352 Anthropology of War
_____353 Maya Civilization
_____354 Peoples & Cultures of Latin Am. (or SOC 354)
_____360 Catastrophes & Human Societies (or SOC 360)
_____370 Medical Anthropology
_____399 Anthropological Forum (SOC 399)
_____409 Readings & Research in Anthropology
_____444 Comparative Religion and Magic
_____454 Hist. Theoretical Approaches in Anthropology
_____499 Seminar in Anthropology

TOTAL TO DATE: ______