Sociology/Social Work

Curriculum BES.SWK.AA (U224A44)

Triton provides students the opportunity to develop a comprehensive understanding of the discipline of Sociology and the applied field of Social Work. A student planning to transfer to a four-year school and major in Sociology or Social Work can meet most, if not all, of the general education requirements and some of the major requirements for those two areas. The specific major field courses completed will be determined by whether the student plans to major in Sociology or Social Work.

Sociology

Required Sociology Prerequisite Course:

 

SOC 100

Introduction to Sociology

3

Recommended courses (up to nine semester credit hours)

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SOC 120

Social Patterns of Courtship and Marriage

3

 

SOC 131

Social Problems

3

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SOC 225

Racial and Cultural Minorities

3

Social Work

Social Work Core Courses:

 

SOC 175

Introduction to Social Work

3

 

SOC 180

Human Sexuality

3

Students also can complete courses in the following list:

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PSY 201

Introduction to Social Psychology

3

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PSY 238

Abnormal Psychology

3

 

SOC 131

Social Problems

3

(Select courses that meet the BA requirements of your transfer college.)

General education requirements: AA degree

37-41

Sociology courses or other electives for AA degree

23-27

See SOC course descriptions and IAI codes.

Note: If a general education course also is listed as a transfer major course, the student will have to determine if the transfer school will accept the course as meeting two requirements or if the student will have to take additional general education courses to meet the General Education Core requirements for transfer with a standing as a junior.

Chairperson: Lorelei Carvajal, Ext. 3440