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1 DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY The Department of Sociology offers courses in Sociology (SOC) and two degrees in Sociology, the undergraduate Bachelor of Arts (B.A.) in Sociology and the graduate degree, the Master of Arts (M.A.) in Sociology. A minor in Sociology is also offered for students pursuing undergraduate degrees or majors in other departments where they are required to declare a minor. Interested students may secure information from the Department of Sociology Office located in Room 304 of the Hannah Hall Building. Students interested in the Master of Arts Degree in Sociology should refer to the Graduate School Bulletin of Texas Southern University. The Department of Sociology has a comprehensive mission to provide students with a combination of knowledge and skills that will enable them to perform a variety of functions in urban and suburban social environments. The undergraduate curriculum emphasizes theoretical foundations, research methods, and social practice. Students are prepared for entry into careers in the service industry and private sectors of the economy, as well as for study in graduate and professional academic programs. The Instructional and Research Components of the undergraduate curriculum also give students the opportunity to develop a familiarity with and an understanding of diverse ethnic populations in a global society. In fulfillment of this mission, the Sociology curriculum has the following objectives: 1. To provide an adequate base of knowledge in micro and macro social theories and theorists 2. To provide opportunities for students to recognize and comprehend the role of social change as it relates to human interaction and relationships 3. To engage its faculty and students in scientific research and creative activity in urban community life 4. To provide students with the technical skills that are required for occupations in research in human relations, intercultural affairs, and organizational leadership 5. To enhance student academic success by providing quality academic advisement and mentoring opportunities 6. To support the quality of student life experience by sponsoring student campus organizations and community service projects 7. To provide student opportunities in volunteer/internship programs prior to completion of the B.A. degree in Sociology The B.A. in Sociology requires a total of thirty six (36) semester credit hours in Sociology courses. Only grades of C or better are accepted (grades of C- are unacceptable). As first-time degree seekers, students pursuing this degree must declare a minor in a second academic discipline. Once admitted to the University, Sociology majors are each assigned a faculty advisor who will advise them of the curriculum courses that are required to receive the B.A. degree in Sociology. The faculty advisor should also be consulted in the selection of a required minor for the B.A. in Sociology. The Office of the Department of Sociology must have on file the current address and telephone number of each student. Students can be assured of quality assistance and academic advisement by completing and updating a Student Information Data Form available in Room 304 of Hannah Hall. Students interested in seeking the undergraduate degree (B.A. in Sociology) or the Sociology minor offered through the Department must first gain admission to the University, must satisfy ASSET requirements, must eradicate deficiencies assessed at the time of admission through the General University Academic Center (GUAC), and must petition the Department for admission as ASSET requirements are completed. Students must schedule at least two academic conferences on a semester or term basis for course approval and status verification for progress toward graduation. In no case will students qualify for graduation at the undergraduate level with fewer than 126 semester credit hours satisfactorily completed. An exit examination is required of all Sociology candidates for the B.A. degree in Sociology. 242 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

2 For the minor in Sociology, 21 semester credit hours are required, exclusive of freshman level courses, through enrollment in the following three-credit courses for a total of 12 credits: SOC 254, SOC 354, SOC 357, and SOC 359. An additional 9 credits must be approved by a Sociology Faculty advisor or the Faculty Chair. Students pursuing the minor in Sociology, while seeking undergraduate degrees in other departments, must earn grades of C or better (grades of C- are unacceptable) in all courses related to the Sociology minor. Sociology majors and all interested students are encouraged to become members of The Sociology Club and to participate in the Spring and Fall semester Sociology Lecture Seminars. The Department of Sociology strives to enhance the student s experiences of college life by providing the opportunity to develop leadership skills, participate in research oriented forums, strengthen interpersonal communication skills, and make contributions to the community by participating in service-oriented projects. Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) is an integral component of the Department of Sociology at Texas Southern University. The purpose of this honor society is to promote scholarship, both at the graduate and undergraduate levels. The Sociology Faculty members are diligent in encouraging all sociology majors to excel in their academic studies. To become a member of AKD, a student has to be at least a junior and have accumulated the equivalent of an overall grade point average of 3.0 by a four point scale, and shall rank in the top 35% of their class in general scholarship. A student must have completed at least four regular courses in sociology prior to initiation. Graduate students need to complete at least one-half year of course work in sociology while maintaining at least a 3.0 grade point average. The Honor Society s focus promotes the scientific study of society through research and service to mankind. In summary, interested students must first gain admission to the University; must meet their ASSET responsibility; must fulfill prerequisites referenced above; and must petition the Department for admission. To ensure proper progression toward graduation, students are provided comprehensive advisement by a Sociology Faculty member, and an exit examination is required of graduating seniors. For further information regarding the Sociology major or minor requirements, contact the Department at (713) COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 243

3 LISTING OF FACULTY IN THE DEPARTMENT Cox, Betty J. Associate Professor B.A., M.A., Texas Southern University Ed.D., University of Houston Harrison, Cecile E. Associate Professor B.S., Bennett College M.A., Texas Southern University Ph.D., University of Texas at Austin Jackson, Kenneth Associate Professor B.A., M.A., Texas Southern University Ph.D., University of Chicago James, Bonnie L. Assistant Professor B.A., M.A., Texas Southern University Mosley, E. Dianne Associate Professor B.A., University of Texas at Austin M.A., Texas Southern University Ph.D., Texas Woman s University Swan, Llewellyn Alex Professor B.S., Oakwood College M.A., Atlanta University M.S., Ph.D., University of California at Berkeley 244 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

4 SOCIOLOGY COURSES SOC 141 Texas: A Multicultural Society (3) Study of selected ethnic groups and their contributions to the development of Texas and the nation. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 157 Introduction to Sociology (3) Presentation of basic concepts and processes in the sociological analysis of micro and macro sociocultural systems. Three hours of lecture per week. Listed as SOCI 1301 in the Texas Common Course Numbering System. SOC 158 Contemporary Social Issues (3) Selected current social issues discussed from the perspective of contemporary theories of social problems. Three hours of lecture per week. Listed as SOCI 1306 in the Texas Common Course Numbering System. SOC 211 Social Adjustment to College (1) Designed to help students develop the practical knowledge, skills, and attitudes essential for a successful and rewarding college experience. One hour of lecture per week. SOC 221 Sociology of Human Sexuality (3) Examination of the physiological, sociological, and psychological variables that influence human sexuality both within and outside the confines of the institution of marriage. Three hours of lecture per week. Listed as SOCI 2306 in the Texas Common Course Numbering System. SOC 238 Introduction to Anthropology (3) General introduction to anthropology and the subdisciplines of anthropology, including a general introduction to the major topical areas within each anthropological subdiscipline. Three hours of lecture per week. Listed as ANTH 2346 in the Texas Common Course Numbering System. SOC 254 Black Perspectives in Sociology / Ethnic Studies in Society (3) Presentation and discussion of the nature and character of society and the presence of ethnic groups within the social order. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 257 School Sociology (3) Critical analysis of the character and nature of education in complex societies: relationship to political, economic, and cultural processes; impact on individual and community behavior and development; the learning process; and the classroom as a social system. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 322 Social Psychology (3) Basic concepts of social psychology with emphasis on the interrelations among individuals, society, and its sociocultural subsystems. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 331 Sociology of the Family (3) Presentation of theoretical perspectives that influence family studies and a discussion of the forces external and internal to the family that impact its structure, process, and function. Emphasis placed on Black families and the establishment and development of a family unit. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: SOC 157. SOC 335 Ethnic Groups in Society (3) Presentation of the works and critical analysis of a variety of issues that concern the group life of African Americans. Three hours of lecture per week. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 245

5 SOC 337 Urban Community Life (3) Designed to take stock of the knowledge accumulated regarding the social and psychological consequences of community life. Examination of the historical background of cities and the three main sociological theories of urbanism with speculations about the urban future. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: SOC 322. SOC 344 Social Stratification (3) Examination of the various types of social stratification and their effects on human behavior and life chances. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 351 Criminology (3) Study of the causes of crime; the social, economic, and political context of the development of law; and the development of crime control strategies and penology. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 354 Sociological Statistics (3) Descriptive and simple inductive statistics, selected mathematical topics, and orientation to computer applications in the analysis of sociological data. Two hours of lecture and two hours of laboratory per week. Prerequisites: SOC 157 and SOC 158. SOC 357 Sociological Theory (3) Study of selected social theories and their major contributions to the field of Sociology. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 359 Sociological Research (3) Study of quantitative and qualitative research techniques for data collection and analysis. Two hours of lecture and one hour of laboratory per week. SOC 435 Juvenile Delinquency and Juvenile Justice (3) Discussion of the major theoretical notions which attempt to explain juvenile delinquency; the development of the juvenile justice system; and various strategies of delinquency, including diversion programs. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 438 Collective Behavior and Social Movements (3) Study of human societies and culture. Emphasis placed on ethnographic anthropological research. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisite: SOC 238. SOC 450 Seminar in Methodology (3) Consideration of the requirements specified by the scientific method and the hazards encountered when this method is not followed. Examination of common purpose of research, alternative research designs, sampling, and several techniques for collecting data. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisites: SOC 157, SOC 354, and SOC 359. SOC 452 Sociology of Work (3) Presentation and analysis of the social and cultural determinants of the experiences of Mexican-Americans in society. Three hours of lecture per week. SOC 456 Independent Study (3) Independent study in theoretical and applied sociology designed to allow juniors and seniors to work independently on topics of special interest not covered in depth in course offerings. Work may be done in a tutorial relationship with an individual faculty member or in a seminar. Prerequisites: SOC 357 and SOC 359. SOC 457 Seminar in Modern Sociological Theory (3) Critical analysis and evaluation of the major theoretical perspectives (structural functionalism; conflict Marxian; and symbolic interactionism, exchange, and ethnomethodology) that dominate the field of sociological explorations. Three hours of lecture per week. Prerequisites: SOC 157 and SOC COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

6 SOC 458 Applications of Sociology (3) Designed for seniors who will demonstrate their knowledge and skills in the discipline of sociology by developing a publishable work applying sociological knowledge and experience systematically to a specific social issue under the supervision of a faculty member. Prerequisites: SOC 157, SOC 354, and SOC 450. SOC 460 Women in Society (3) Examination of changing gender roles and the effects on the social and cultural status of women. Three hours of lecture per week. COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 247

7 CURRICULUM SUMMARY FOR BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SOCIOLOGY TOTAL CREDITS REQUIRED: 127 CORE CURRICULUM MAJOR OTHER MINOR (STANDARD)* (SOCIOLOGY) REQUIREMENTS REQUIREMENTS 44 credits 36 credits 26 credits 21 credits ENG 131 (3)** SOC 157 (3) CS 117 (3) Contact ENG 132 (3) SOC 158 (3) ECON 231 (3) department of SC 135 or 136 (3) SOC 254 (3) ENG 2xx (3) choice after MATH 133 (3) SOC 221 or 257 (3) MATH 134 (3) being admitted BIOL 143 (4) SOC 354 (3) PSY 131 (3) as a GEOL 141 (4) SOC 357 (3) SOC 141 (3) Sociology Major ENG 2xx (3) SOC 359 (3) HED 233 (2) by the Department. MUSI 239 (3) SOC 450 (3) Free Electives (6) HIST 231 (3) SOC 457 (3) HIST 232 (3) SOC 458 (3) POLS 231 (3) 300-Level POLS 232 (3) SOC Elective (3) SOC 238 (3) 400-Level CS 116 (3) SOC Elective (3) * Students should be advised by a major advisor prior to registering for any credit, particularly any core curriculum credit as listed. ** (N) represents the number of course credits. 248 COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES

8 MAJOR COURSES FOR THE BACHELOR OF ARTS DEGREE IN SOCIOLOGY BY LEVEL AND SEQUENCE Freshman First Semester SOC 157 (Introduction to Sociology), 3 cr Second Semester SOC 158 (Contemporary Social Issues), 3 cr Sophomore First Semester SOC 254 (Black Perspectives in Sociology), 3 cr Second Semester SOC 221 or 257, 3 cr Junior First Semester SOC 354 (Sociological Statistics), 3 cr SOC 357 (Classical Sociological Theory), 3 cr Second Semester SOC 359 (Sociological Research), 3 cr SOC Elective, 3 cr Senior First Semester SOC 450 (Seminar in Methodology), 3 cr SOC 457 (Seminar in Modern Sociological Theory), 3 cr Second Semester SOC 458 (Application In Sociology), 3 cr SOC Upper Level Elective, 3 cr COLLEGE OF LIBERAL ARTS AND BEHAVIORAL SCIENCES 249

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