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UNDERGRADUATE BULLETIN 2005 - 2007
Spanish and Sociology Concentration
The objective of this concentration is to provide Spanish majors with proficiency in social service/social welfare and, conversely, sociology majors who have an interest in human service with proficiency in Spanish. The program is designed to prepare students for career opportunities in the human-service field with both the language skills and the cultural appreciation of Hispanic groups. Students must major in Spanish or sociology. For Division I of the Core, sociology majors may use Spanish to partially fulfill requirements. The following is recommended for Division II: CO 200, 300, 305. In Division III, sociology majors may not use sociology courses to partially fulfill this requirement. Required for Spanish majors are SC 101 and 201. Recommended for both majors is PO 101. Sociology majors but not Spanish majors are required to take MT 122 to partially fulfill Division IV requirements. Highly recommended for both is PS 101. Spanish majors must take SC 385 and 475H, and one other upper division sociology course. Sociology majors must take a minimum of four courses (12 hours) of Spanish at the 200 level or above. The remaining courses are chosen in consultation with the major advisor.
Coordinators: Dr. F. Komla Aggor, Department of Classical and Modern Languages and Cultures; Dr. Phyllis Braudy Harris, Department of Sociology.
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