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Sociology is the scientific study of individuals and groups within society. Through research and critical examination, sociologists study human interaction and social institutions to answer society's most complex questions. The Department of Sociology is home to student-centered faculty who bring diverse research interests into the classroom. Students have the opportunity to take courses from content areas of race and social class, gender and sexuality, criminology and social deviance, aging and dementia, popular culture, social movements, sustainability, and the environment. Sociology remains essential to a liberal arts education by preparing students to think critically about the world around them while applying practical skills in research methods and data analysis.

Sociology majors may choose the Bachelor of Arts in Sociology or the Bachelor of Science in Applied Sociology. The B.A. degree prepares students for professional or graduate study in the liberal arts tradition; whereas the B.S. provides practical research skills for students who wish to attend graduate school or to enter the work force upon graduation. Both degrees require 39 hours of Sociology coursework; however, the B.S. in Applied Sociology affords students the opportunity to complete an internship prior to graduation. Throughout the internship, students learn how to connect their classroom education to employment or graduate school opportunities. Both degree programs include a data analysis course where students will use statistical software packages to learn how to collect, analyze, interpret, and present data on a variety of social phenomena. Qualitative and quantitative research courses teach students practical methods for conducting research while enhancing critical thinking and writing skills. Graduates are prepared for a variety of employment opportunities, including law, management, education, non-profit and community work, data analysis, politics and public administration, social services, and human resource management in business, government and industrial settings. The Department of Sociology provides academic advising and encourages all students - declared and prospective - to take advantage of these services. Suggested degree plans, while helpful in planning an academic schedule, should not be used in lieu of academic advising.

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College of Liberal Arts

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Toàn thời gian (MINIMUM REQUIRED: 120 SEMESTER CREDIT HOURS)

Học phí
US$23,820.00 (549,515,490 đ) một năm
Given tuition fee is based on 15 hours per semester; Summer tuition and fees: USD $5,080 (Based on 6 hours per semester)
Hạn nộp đơn

Dự kiến November 2021

Ngày bắt đầu

Dự kiến Tháng Một, Tháng Tám 2021

Địa điểm

Texas State University

601 University Drive,

SAN MARCOS,

Texas,

78666, United States

Yêu cầu đầu vào

Dành cho sinh viên đến từ Mỹ

Applicants must have completed a high school. Students applying without this curriculum will go through our review process. 4 credits of English - Including: English I, II, III and IV; 4 credits of Math - Including: algebra I and II, geometry and advanced math courses such as pre-calculus, calculus and statistics; 4 credits of Science - Including: biology, chemistry and two advanced sciences such as physics, environmental science, anatomy and physiology, or integrated physics and chemistry (IPC) is acceptable between biology and chemistry; 3 credits of Social Studies - Including: world/human geography or world history, U.S. history since 1877, U.S. government and economics; 2 credits of Foreign Language; 1 credit of Fine Arts; 1 credit of Physical Education.

Dành cho sinh viên quốc tế

Students must have attended at least two years of school in the U.S. must provide SAT/ACT scores and meet regular freshman admission standards are as follows: Four credits of English; Four credits of Math; Four credits of Science; Three credits of Social Studies; Two credits of Foreign Language; One credit of Fine Arts; One credit of Physical Education.

Minimum Score for Regular Admission: Total: 78 (Each Section: 19; Except Writing: 18), TOEFL PBT: Total: 550, IELTS (Overall: 6.5; Each Section: 6.0), GCE/GCSE/IGCSE: Grade of "C", WASSCE: Grade of "B3".

An International Baccalaureate grade of 4 or higher in English A1 or A2 at the Higher Level or Standard Level or English B at the Higher Level is required for regular admission (predicted or actual).

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