BA in Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance
A bachelor of arts (BA) in sociology requires majors to complete four semesters of foreign language studies to fulfill the CLA second language requirement. The language curriculum complements many students' interests in cross-cultural studies, contributes to the development of a global worldview, and facilitates study abroad experiences.
A BA in sociology allows you to build upon your sociology coursework through the elective-credit flexibility it affords. It's not required, but if you are pursuing the BA you are encouraged to choose a minor that pairs well with your post-graduation plans. Our sociology advisor can help you choose a minor or focus that matches your goals.
Major Project and Honors Proseminar Sequence
Both the bachelor of arts and bachelor of science in sociology require the same number of core and elective courses in sociology and include the major project requirement. Learn more about the major project requirement or the Honors Proseminar Sequence.
Effective fall 2014, transfer students from outside the Twin Cities campus must take at least six upper-level courses from the University of Minnesota Department of Sociology. Find more information for transfer students.