Jul 18, 2024  
2018-19 College of Liberal Arts 
2018-19 College of Liberal Arts [ARCHIVED CATALOG]

Sociology Major

Meet the Faculty

The Sociology Program at Rollins College consists of a rigorous curriculum designed to promote sociological literacy and engaged citizenship; to enhance students’ awareness and understanding of twenty-first century social problems, including the enduring presence of class, race, and gender inequalities; and to cultivate among students the theoretical and methodological skills to investigate the connections between individuals and society, and the possibilities for social change.

Students interested in the major/minor should consider beginning with any 100-level course or SOC 201 .

Major Requirements

Ten (10) courses are required, at least six (6) of which must be taken at Rollins. All core courses must also be taken at the College.

Core Courses

Take all of the following.

Additional Requirements

Students interested in graduate school in Sociology are encouraged to take a Statistics class (chosen in consultation with the departmental advisor) to satisfy their Mathematical (M) competency.

  • Six (6) courses in sociology, at least three (3) of which must be at the 300- or 400-level