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Students planning to major in sociology with a concentration in criminology must have a grade of “C” or better in SOC 101. For continuation in the major, students can have no more than one grade of “D+” or lower in a major required course or major elective course.
Choose two courses from the following:
SOC 405: Topic to be specified
SOC 295, SOC 395 and SOC 495: Special Topics courses must be related to criminology.
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