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deeply engaged learning

The requirements for the our degrees are flexible, allowing you to tailor your undergraduate experience to your personal needs and interests. 

We offer diverse signature undergraduate experiences such as community engaged learning opportunities and mentored research activities. Emphasizing interdisciplinary collaboration, community engagement, and a global outlook, we aim to develop first-rate scholarship and offer high quality education that addresses the myriad social, political, and economic challenges of the contemporary world.

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DOUBLE MAJOR

Use the required 12 allied credit hours to double major, minor or earn certificates in the College of Social and Behavioral Science.

CSBS DEPARTMENTS & PROGRAMS

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INTERNSHIPS

Gain real-world, career-related experience and see what types of jobs are related to your coursework and learning.

SOCIOLOGY INTERNSHIPS

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SENIOR THESIS

Conduct an independent research project under the guidance of a faculty mentor.

SENIOR THESIS PROGRAM

HONORS DEGREE

Engage in advanced research to enrich your sociology major and strengthen your graduate school applications.

SOCIOLOGY HONORS DEGREE

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COMMUNITY ENGAGED LEARNING (CEL)

Work with faculty and community partners to apply knowledge in authentic settings that address community needs and meet instructional objectives.

CEL COURSES

CULTURE & LANGUAGE ACROSS THE CURRICULUM

Apply your proficiency in a second language to study fields such as Art History, Communication, History, Marketing, Sociology and Political Science.

CLAC COURSES

Last Updated: 8/23/19