Overlapping Courses Between Sociology Modules
Students who take two separate majors or a major and a specialization offered by the Department of Sociology (e.g., a Major in Sociology and a Major in Criminology) may overlap 1.0 course: Sociology 2205A/B
Statistics for Sociology and Sociology 2206A/B
Research Methods in Sociology to fulfill the statistics and methodology requirements for both majors. Sociology 2240E
Survey or Sociological Theory or Sociology 2270A/B
Foundations of Social Theory and Sociology 2271A/B
Survey of Contemporary Theory, however, will be counted as fulfilling the requirements of one of these two modules; for the other major or specialization, students must take an additional Sociology course at the 2200-level.
The Department does not permit any course overlap between a Minor module offered by the Department of Sociology and any other module offered by the Department (i.e., Honors Specialization in Sociology and Minor in Criminology).
Note: Three-Year Bachelor degrees allow a maximum of 9.0 courses in one subject area. Some modular combinations when taken exclusively through the Department of Sociology, may exceed this maximum, e.g., Major in Sociology + Minor in Criminology. Please consult the Department for further information.