Department of Sociology
Does Psych 109/110 substitute for Soc 100?
Yes, the Psych 109/110 sequence can substitute for our Soc. 100 methods requirement.
However, you will have to take another 100-level sociology course to take its place. Also note that if you are a Soc. major, you will need to make sure you have at least 34 credits in Sociology, including the extra 100-level sociology course mentioned above. Finally, if you are a psych minor and have only taken Psych 109, this alone does not count for our methods requirement.
Prerequisites for 100 and 200-level Sociology courses must be successfully completed before the start of the 200-level course in question. So, for example, you can be taking Soc. 101 in the spring semester and sign up for a 200-level seminar in the fall semester. But these are not co-requisites; you cannot fulfill the requirement by signing up for 100 or 101 at the same time as you sign up for a 200-level.
Last modified April 21 2011 01:07 PM