(120 credit hours)
|Sociology 3325, 4301, 4161||7|
|Sociology (should be advanced if needed for 36 total advanced hours requirement)||9|
|General Studies 1181||1|
Cultural Competence 2323,
English 2321, 2322, 2323, 2326, 2329, 2331, 2341,
History 2311, 2312, 2322,
Philosophy 1301, 2305, 2306
|Modern Languages 2311, 2312 in a single modern language (also 1301, 1302 if necessary)||6-12|
|Core Curriculum. Students should be aware that some majors specify particular courses to meet core-curriculum requirements when options are available.||42|
|Minor (6 hours must be advanced)||18|
|Electives (should be advanced if needed to meet the 36 advanced hour requirement)||16-22|
Internship In Sociology
Internships are available during the fall and spring semesters to qualified students who have:
- Completed at least 15 credit hours in Sociology, and
- Have a cumulative GPA of at least 2.50.
Upon your acceptance as an intern, a faculty coordinator from the Department of Social Work and Sociology will consult with an appropriate representative of a human service agency or entity in the San Angelo area to arrange an internship assignment for the following fall or spring semester. Duties will be performed for the agency or entity under the supervision of the faculty coordinator and an appropriate representative from the field setting.
As an intern, you will be evaluated by the faculty coordinator and the field-setting supervisor. Three credit hours will be received for successful completion of 150 clock hours of internship experience, and six credit hours will be received for successful completion of 300 clock hours. A maximum of three of these credit hours may be counted toward a major in Sociology. To receive credit toward the major, sociology majors should register for Sociology 4371 or 4671. However, you cannot receive credit for both internships.
Admission to an internship requires approval by the internship coordinator and the chair of the Department of Social Work and Sociology. Applications may be obtained in the main office of the department.