Double Major Programs

PHIL/SOC double major/double dipping

Students who wish to double major in Philosophy and Sociology may take up to nine credit hours (three classes) that will count toward satisfying the requirements of both majors.  These nine credit hours will count toward the “Electives” part of the Philosophy major, in either the General Track or the Ethics Track and toward the departmental elective part of the Sociology major.  The student will still need to fulfill all the core and area distribution requirements for both majors.

PHIL/SOC double majors may double-dip up to 9 credits for both majors from the following courses:

PHIL 113  Intro to Moral and Social Philosophy
PHIL 213  Contemporary Moral Problems
PHIL 220  Philosophy of Happiness
PHIL 233  Philosophy of Religion
PHIL 305  Intro to the Philosophy of Science
PHIL 321  Medical Ethics
PHIL 323  Environmental Ethics
PHIL 324  Law & Morality
PHIL/GWS 330  Analytic Feminist Philosophy
PHIL 345   Philosophy & Psychiatry
PHIL 347  Neuroethics
PHIL 410  History of Ethics
PHIL 434   Social and Political Philosophy
SOC 300  Sources of Sociological Theory
SOC/CHS 303  Health and Society
SOC 307  Environmental Sociology
SOC 315  Political Sociology
SOC 345  Sociology of Rights, Justice, and Law
SOC/CHS 350  Environment, Health, and Society
SOC 357  The Pursuit of Happiness: Sociology of Happiness
SOC/CHS 401  Health Disparities in Society
SOC/PA 416  Health, Ethics and Public Policy

 

COMM/SOC double major/double dipping
 
COMM/SOC double majors may use SBS200 as their Stats requirement and to replace our required Stats course (SOC 375) with an upper-division elective course.
 
Core Courses
 
COMM 101
COMM 228
COMM 300
SOC 101
SOC 300
SOC 374
SOC 375 OR (SBS200 + upper division SOC elective)
 
COMM/SOC double majors can double-dip up to 6 units from the following courses:
 
COMM 369a Health COMM
COMM 401 Lifespan
COMM 403 Theory of Small Group COMM
COMM 407 Family COMM
COMM 417A Relational COMM
SOC 303 Health and Society
SOC 317 Popular Culture
SOC 321 Families and Society
SOC 459 Sociology of Gender
SOC 467 Race & Ethnicity
COMM/SOC 420 COMM and the Legal Process

 

PHIL/CHS double major/double dipping

Students who wish to pursue a double degree in Philosophy and Care, Health & Society may take up to nine credit hours (three classes) that will count toward satisfying the requirements of both programs.  These nine credit hours will count toward the “Electives” part of the Philosophy major, in either the General Track or the Ethics Track and toward the elective part of the CHS major.  The student will still need to fulfill all the core and area distribution requirements for both majors.

PHIL/CHS double majors may double-dip up to 9 credits for both majors from the following courses:

PHIL 110                    Logical & Critical Thinking
PHIL 213                    Contemporary Moral Problems
PHIL 220                    Philosophy of Happiness
PHIL 305                    Intro to the Philosophy of Science
PHIL 321                    Medical Ethics
PHIL 345                    Philosophy & Psychiatry
PHIL 347                    Neuroethics
CHS/SOC 303             Health and Society
CHS 309                     Ethical Issues Common to the Helping Profession
CHS/SOC 350             Environment, Health, and Society
CHS/SOC 401             Health Disparities in Society

 
GWS/SOC double major/double dipping
 
GWS/SOC double majors can double-dip up to 12 units from the following courses:
 
Currently cross-listed, and could count toward both majors
 
GWS/SOC 427 Women and Work
GWS/SOC 448 Sociology of the Body
GWS/SOC 459 Sociology of Gender
GWS/SOC 487 Feminist Interpretations of Health
 
Not currently cross-listed, but could count toward both majors as Department Elective Credit
 
GWS 240 Gender in a Transnational World
GWS 305 Feminist Theories
GWS 308 Gender, Labor and Families
GWS 325 Gender, Sexuality & International Migration
SOC 304 Race, Class, Gender and Sports
SOC 325 Men and Masculinities

 

FSHD/SOC double major/double dipping
 
FSHD/CHS double majors can double-dip up to 12 units from the following courses:
 
Not currently cross-listed, but could count toward both majors as Department Elective Credit
 
FSHD 257 Dynamics of Family Relations
FSHD 323 Infancy/Child Development
FSHD 377 Adolescence
FSHD 405 Theories of Counseling
FSHD 408 Program Planning and Evaluation
FSHD 413 Issues of Aging
FSHD 427A Problems in Adult Development and Relations
FSHD 427C Problems in Child/Adolescent Development and Relations
FSHD 450 Human Sexuality and Relations
CHS 204 Introduction to the Helping Professions
CHS 303 Health and Society
CHS 305 Suffering and Care in Society
CHS 306 Interprofessional Care
CHS 309 Ethical Issues in the Helping Professions
CHS 350 Environment, Health and Society
CHS 401 Health Disparities in Society
CHS 460 Self-Care in the Helping Professions
FSHD/SOC dual-degree can double-dip up to 12 units from the following courses:
 
Not currently cross-listed, but could count toward both majors as Department Elective Credit
 
FSHD 257 Dynamics of Family Relations
FSHD 323 Infancy/Child Development
FSHD 377 Adolescence
FSHD 408 Program Planning and Evaluation
FSHD 413 Issues of Aging
FSHD 450 Human Sexuality and Relations
SOC 222 Gender Identities, Interactions and Relationships
SOC 232 Individuals, Groups and Society
SOC 321 Families and Society
SOC 324 Sociology of Sexuality
SOC 325 Men and Masculinities
SOC 341 Juvenile Delinquency
SOC 374 Social Research Methods
SOC 436 Social Structure and Personality