2016-2017 Catalog 
    Jun 04, 2020  
2016-2017 Catalog [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sociology with Teacher Licensure

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Students seeking middle school or secondary licensure should see the appropriate licensure advisor for additional information.

16 additional hours in Anthropology or Sociology, at least 12 of which must be in Sociology

Twelve of the 16 hours must be at the 300-400 level. 

One course from:

   Note: this course may be used to fulfill a lower-level major elective.

Education courses:

Students must also complete the required EDUC courses as indicated in the Education  section of the catalog. Students seeking 6-9 licensure are required to take HIST 315 .

Quantitative Analysis:

STAT 185  is recommended for students wishing to pursue additional quantitative analysis.

III. Other departmental requirements:

Completing SOC 464  with a grade of C or better satisfies the senior demonstration of competency and the oral competency requirements.


Students majoring in Sociology, who also want to major in Anthropology, must complete 24 hours of Anthropology courses that are not used to complete requirements for the major in Sociology, including a separate capstone course.

Liberal Arts Core (LAC)

For additional information about the Liberal Arts Core and the specific courses that fulfill the requirements, visit the Office of the Registrar website, https://registrar.unca.edu/liberal-arts-core.

Liberal Arts Core Requirements

The credit hours listed are the minimum required.

Requirement Credits
First-Year Colloquium 3
Academic Writing and Critical Inquiry 4
Humanities 12
Laboratory Science 4
Scientific Perspectives 3
Quantitative Perspectives 4
Social Science 3
Second Language (proficiency through the 2nd semester) 0-4
Arts and Ideas 3
Senior Capstone 4
Diversity Intensive 3
Information Literacy Intensive Fulfilled within the major
Writing Intensive Fulfilled within the major


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