Academic Programs

Sociology Emphasis

Associate of Arts Degree
Program Description
Sioux City Campus

The Sociology program is designed for students planning to transfer to a senior college or university for completion of a baccalaureate degree with a major in sociology, social service, pre-law, and other related areas of study. Through studies in sociology, students will acquire a solid foundation in the concepts, terms, methods, and scope of the field.

Emphasis is placed on how groups and other social factors influence the individual. Topics such as social problems, crime, delinquency, marriage, cultural anthropology, and family relationships are examined. Electives across a variety of disciplines offer opportunity for a comprehensive general education experience. 

Required Classes

SDV 108 The College Experience.............................................. 1
ENG 105 Composition I............................................................. 3
PHI 105 Introduction to Ethics.................................................. 3
PSY 111 Introduction to Psychology......................................... 3
SOC 110 Introduction to Sociology........................................... 3
ART 101 Art Appreciation.......................................................... 3
ENG 106 Composition II............................................................. 3
BIO 163 Essentials of Anatomy and Physiology....................... 4
SOC 115 Social Problems.......................................................... 3
MAT 121 College Algebra.......................................................... 4
MUS 100 Music Appreciation..................................................... 3
SOC 200 Minority Group Relations............................................ 3
MAT 157 Statistics..................................................................... 4
HIS 152 U.S. History Since 1877.............................................. 3
PSY 121 Developmental Psychology........................................ 3
SOC 120 Marriage and Family................................................... 3
SPC 112 Public Speaking.......................................................... 3
SOC 212 Diversity...................................................................... 3
SOC 210 Men, Women and Society........................................... 3
SOC 250 Sociology of Deviance................................................ 3
LIT 101 Introduction to Literature............................................ 3

Program Total ........................................................... 64

Contacts

Jill Moravek, PhD Ext. 1443 Room L314 jill.moravek@witcc.edu
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Sioux City, Iowa 51106
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