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A minimum of 48 credits of sociology coursework.
A minimum of 27 credits of sociology coursework.
The Crime and Justice option provides students with the ability to apply social science concepts and approaches to better understand and analyze relationships between crime, justice, and public policy from a sociological perspective.
The Environmental and Natural Resource option is designed to provide students with the ability to apply social science concepts and approaches to better understand relationships between societies and their bio-physical environment from a sociological perspective.
The Social Service and Advocacy Option is designed to provide Sociology students with the ability to apply social science concepts to addressing social problems and promoting social change through their occupations and community service.
The clusters of courses illustrate ways in which students may organize their elective coursework in sociology. Students may also design their own cluster in consultation with a faculty advisor. Interest clusters are for guidance purposes only and are not required.