SUNY Oneonta

Sociology - Human Services Preprofessional Major Requirements

Core Requirements:

SOCL 100 Introduction Sociology

3 s.h.

SOCL 209 Social Research Methods

3 s.h.

SOCL 313 Perspectives & Theories in Sociology

3 s.h.

PSYC 100 Introductory Psychology

3 s.h.

* Core courses must be passed with a grade of "C" or better.

Field Experience Requirement:

Prior Experience Waiver or SOCL 397

0-6 s.h.

Major Related Requirement:

STAT 101 Introduction to Statistics

3 s.h.

Choose two of the following:

EPSY 240 Child Growth and Development

6 s.h.

PSYC 240 Principles and Processes of Child Development


PSYC 260 Introduction to Social Psychology


PSYC 270 Personality Theory



Choose 18 s.h. from remaining SOCL courses not listed as core requirements; from remaining PSYC requirement courses not used there; and from ANTH 100, 214, 232, 325; EPSY 234, 235, 250; FAMS 361; POLS 218, 230, 236; PSYC 204, 231, 232, 233, 234, 257, 279.


A minimum of 12 of the 18 s.h. must be in Sociology (SOCL) courses. SOCL 397 may not be used to fulfill this


12 s.h. Sociology course requirement. At least 12 s.h. must be 200-level or above.

18 s.h.


Total 36-45 s.h.

Please be sure to check for prerequisites for the different classes in both your major and/or minor.

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