Sociology at College of San Mateo - Associate in Arts Degree for Transfer/SB1440: Sociology
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Sociology
AA-TMajor in Sociology


Degree Requirements
Complete General Education and other requirements listed for Associate degree and

Major requirements: 18-19 semester units

A grade of "C" or higher is required for each course.

SOCI 100 Introduction to Sociology 3.0 units

Group A: Two courses from the following (6-7 units):

SOCI 105 Social Problems 3.0 units
SOCI 121 Introduction to Research Methods 3.0 units
PSYC 121 Basic Statistical Concepts 3.0 units
  OR  
MATH 200 Elementary Probability and Statistics 4.0 units

Group B: Two courses from the following (6-7 units)

Any Group A course not used above 3-4 units
SOCI 110 Courtship, Marriage, and the Family 3.0 units
SOCI 141 Race and Ethnic Relations 3.0 units
PSYC 300 Social Psychology 3.0 units

Group C: One course from the following (3-4 units):

Any Group A or Group B course not used above 3-4 units

General Education requirements:
Select courses to complete CSU General Education or IGETC or CSU. This degree does not require the CSM AA/AS General Education pattern

CSU GE:
Area A1 Oral Communication 3.0 units
Area A2 Written Communication 3.0 units
Area A3 Critical Thinking 3.0 units
Area B1 Physical Science 3.0 units
Area B2 Life Science 3.0 units
Area B3 Science Lab 1.0 unit
Area B4 Math Concepts 3.0 units
Area C1 Arts 3.0 units
Area C2 Humanities 3.0 units
Area C1 or C2 3.0 units
Area D Social, Polical, and Economic Institutions 9.0 units
Area E Lifelong Understanding 3.0 units

OR

IGETC/CSU
Area 1A English Composition 3.0 units
Area 1B Critical Thinking/Composition 3.0 units
Area 1C Oral Communication 3.0 units
Area 2 Math Concepts 3.0 units
Area 3A Arts 3.0 units
Area 3B Humanities 3.0 units
Area 3A or 3B 3.0 units
Area 4 Social and Behavioral Science 9.0 units
Area 5A Physical Science 3.0 units
Area 5B Biological Science 3.0 units
Area 5C Either 5A or 5B must be a lab course 1.0 unit

Electives:
Additional CSU tranferable courses based on student interest to reach 60 transferable units total.