Complete at least 36 credits from at least twelve courses including two introductory course, two theory and research courses, one social statistics course, six electives, and one senior capstone course.
Pass/fail: No more than one course taken pass/fail may be applied toward the major. The senior capstone may not be taken pass/fail. Residency: No more than 15 credits from another institution may be applied toward the major (exception: all sociology courses taken at another UMass school will be accepted). SOCIOL 201 and 202 may only be applied toward the major if transferred from four-year institutions. Course limitations: No more than one directed study and one internship course may be applied toward the major. Sociology graduate courses (600+ level) may not be used as major elective requirements or for the senior capstone. Course reuse: Students with a second major in criminal justice may only use SOCIOL 101 and 202 toward the second major.