Feb 26, 2020  
2019-2020 Edgewood College Catalog 
    
2019-2020 Edgewood College Catalog

Sociology, Human Services Concentration, BS


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Students majoring in Sociology gain understanding of the ways individuals are affected by each other and the groups to which they belong. They explore the importance of race, class, gender, sexuality, religion and age in the workings of society as well as the possibility of social change. Sociological knowledge, research and analytical skills are applied in a variety of business, social service, and other organizational settings.

The major consists of 42 credits, to include:

Sociology Major Requirements


Social Science Interdisciplinary


Social Science Interdisciplinary Sequence (12 credits):

Recommended Course


(3 credits): 

Required Courses


Eight credits from the list below:

Electives


At least twenty-two credits from the following electives to complete the 42 credit minimum:

Concentration Requirements


Students seeking to become certified social workers may choose a concentration in Human Services in addition to their Sociology major. Completion of this concentration enables students to take the bachelor-level social work exam in Wisconsin. Passing this exam earns the credential “Certified Social Worker” and allows employment as a social worker in Wisconsin. To qualify for this exam, students must earn minimum grades of C within the Human Service concentration and a minimum GPA of 2.5 within the Sociology major.

The department may accept a maximum of 12 transfer credits in state-approved Human Services or Social Work courses. All transfer credits are subject to the approval of the Department of Safety and Professional Services.

Required Course


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