Organization, Business, or Non-Profit Sub-Plan
The Sociological perspective is crucial for working in today’s diverse and multinational work environment. This sociology sub-plan addresses the social and structural factors such as race, ethnicity, gender, age, education, and social class that impact work and how organizations operate.
Work directly with:
- non-governmental organizations
- public organizations
Pursue a graduate program in:
Supportive field courses
Choose at least four supportive field courses outside of the Department of Sociology; 12 credits minimum. Other courses not listed in the University Catalog may be considered as appropriate; please see our sociology advisor to discuss how to have other courses reviewed.
Suggested Sociology Electives
Check out these sociology electives that pair well with this sub-plan.
SOC 3201 - Inequality: Introduction to Stratification
SOC 3251W - Sociological Perspectives on Race, Class, & Gender
SOC 3411W - Organizations and Society
SOC 3412 - Social Networks
SOC 3415 - Consume This! The Sociology and Politics of Consumption
SOC 3421W - Sociology of Work
SOC 3451W - Cities and Social Change
SOC 3452 - Education and Society
SOC 3613W - Food, Culture, and Society
SOC 3721 - Principles of Social Psychology
SOC 4135 - Sociology of White Collar Crime
SOC 4321 - Globalize This! Understanding Globalization through Sociology
SOC 4451 - Sport and Society
BS in General Sociology
Students must complete 5 sociology electives for a total of 15 credits.
BS in Sociology of Law, Criminology, and Deviance
Students must successfully complete SOC 3101 or 3102, two or three law, criminology, & deviance 4XXX-level electives, and one elective that is not a law, criminology, & deviance course.