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Sociology

The Associates of Arts Degree at Gordon State College in Sociology provides students with the information needed to understand the foundational theories, principles, and concepts of sociology and how to scientifically study social forces, structures, interactions, and diversity of humans in society. This degree program prepares students to succeed in the Bachelor of Science in Human Services at Gordon State College or any other program leading to a career in the fields of sociology, criminal justice, psychology or social work.

 

Area F Requirements

Required Courses:   12 hours

SOCI 1101  (3-0-3)
SOCI 1160   (3-0-3)
SOCI 2293  (3-0-3)
HUSV 2101  (3-0-3) or PSYC 1101 (3-0-3)

 

Choose two of the following courses:  6 hours  

ANTH 1102  (3-0-3)
BUSA 2101  (3-0-3)
ECON 2106  (3-0-3)
HUSV 2101  (3-0-3)
MATH 2101  (3-0-3)
PHIL 2010   (3-0-3)
PSYC 1100   (3-0-3)
PSYC 1101   (3-0-3)
PSYC 2570   (3-0-3)
** Any foreign language course(s)

 

Hours Applied to Area F............................................. 18 HOURS

* Students may use one (1) excess Area F credit hour to satisfy Area B requirements.

** Students with credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1060.
Students with credit for SPAN 1060 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1001 and/or  SPAN 1002.

Courses may not be used to satisfy requirements in more than one Area.

Advising Notes

  • SOCI 1101 must be applied to Area F.
  •  Students with credit for SPAN 1001 and/or SPAN 1002 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1060; Students with credit for SPAN 1060 cannot receive credit for SPAN 1001 and/or  SPAN 1002.
  • Students who started at Gordon State College before Fall, 2007, should consult their advisor regarding Area C requirements.

Advisement Worksheet

SOCIOLOGY ADVISEMENT WORKSHEET (pdf)

Please print out this advisement worksheet and review all requirements before your initial meeting with your advisor. Hold on to this worksheet for future planning.

Course Rotation Schedule

Following are our planned offerings of Sociology classes for days (D) and evenings (E) where 20xx are odd numbered years (2009, 2011, etc.) and 20xy are even numbered years (2010, 2012, etc.)

This two year schedule shows a list of planned courses and as such is subject to change. At its sole discretion, the college may revise this schedule and any information contained herein, without advance notice. No contract, either expressly or implied, is created by this schedule.

  Fall 20xx Spring 20xy Summer all years Fall 20xy Spring 20xx
SOCI 1101 D,E D,E x D,E D,E
SOCI 1160   D     D
SOCI 2293 D     D  

 

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Dr. Barry Kicklighter, Department Head
Department of Business & Public Service
Email: bkicklighter@gordonstate.edu
Phone: 678. 359. 5310

Mrs. Ashley Travis, Academic Services Assistant
Department of Business & Public Service
Email: ashleyt@gordonstate.edu
Phone: 678. 359. 5194