Teaching Sociology, Post-Baccalaureate Certificate
The Sociology department offers a program of study leading to a Post-Baccalaureate Certificate in Teaching Sociology that prepares graduates for teaching sociology courses at the college level. The program combines core courses, elective courses, and a major course in teaching sociology.
Certificate requirements must be successfully completed during five academic years to earn the certificate. Courses fulfilling the certificate program may be used to meet the requirements in a degree program in accordance with the policies of The Graduate School.
Required: 18 credit hours
|Contemporary Sociological Theory|
|Advanced Research Methods|
|Advanced Data Analysis|
|Teaching and Learning Sociological Concepts|
|Select 6 credits from the following courses:|
|Seminar in Sociological or Criminological Analysis|
|Advanced Topics in Social Psychology|
|Seminar in Social Inequalities: Theory and Research|
|Sociology of Globalization|