Sociology, B.S. - Criminology and Criminal Justice M.S. Accelerated Pathway
The B.S. in sociology (Criminology and Criminal Justice B.S. to M.S. Accelerated Pathway) has been designed to provide high-achieving students with the opportunity to complete foundational graduate coursework during their senior year of undergraduate studies in order to accelerate the graduate degree completion. This competitive program allows admitted students the opportunity to complete their B.S. in Sociology and the M.S in Sociology (Concentration: Accelerated Pathway) in five years. This program has a separate admission process.
The program outline and graduation requirements are listed below. In addition, free electives are selected to reach 120 credits overall and a 3.0 cumulative GPA is required for graduation.
The department website provides an overview of the program, admission requirements (when applicable), faculty biographies, learning outcomes, and careers: https://www.southernct.edu/academics/sociology/programs
GENERAL EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
All bachelor’s degree programs include liberal education (LEP) and writing (W) course requirements. To review more detailed information regarding these requirements, please visit https://catalog.southernct.edu/undergraduate/degrees-and-requirements.html (General Education Requirements). Courses in the major and/or cognate may also be used to satisfy LEP requirements where noted below (*).
MAJOR REQUIREMENTS (42 Credits)
Sociology Requirements (18 Credits)
‘C’ or better is required in all core SOC courses.
SOC 100 — Introduction to Sociology
SOC 201 - Social Science Statistics
SOC 255 — Methods of Social Research
SOC 260 — Applied Social Theory
SOC 266 - Socialization and Social Control
SOC 334 - Probation, Parole, Pardon
SOC 338 - Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 350 - Drugs and Society
SOC 366 - Penology
SOC 367 - Criminal Justice and Social Inequality
SOC 368 - Sociology of Law
SOC 404 - Gender and the Law