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Interested in completing your Bachelor of Science in Sociology online through one of the Midwest's Top 10 public universities?
Beginning in the Fall of 2011, the University of Nebraska at Kearney began offering the innovative Online Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology Degree Completion Program. This program is a 36 credit hour online degree completion program designed for students who have an associate degree or have completed most of their general studies classes. Additionally, this program allows online students to finish the requirements for the BS in Sociology after they have completed their general studies courses at either UNK or another college/university.
The BS in Sociology degree requires a total of 12 courses or 36 student credit hours of coursework. Five courses are required for every student, and seven courses are part of the general sociology emphasis. In addition a minor of 24 credit hours is required.
To view course descriptions for all Sociology classes, click here. The online Bachelor of Sociology degree program requires a total of 12 courses, or 36 credit hours of coursework.
Five core courses (15 credit hours) are required for every student. You may then choose an additional seven courses (21 credit hours) as part of your general sociology emphasis.
Students may start the program in any semester, including summer.
Required Courses - 15 Credit Hours
SOC 237, 300, 370 and 468; plus choose from either PSY 250 or STAT 235
Sociology Emphasis - 21 Credit Hours
SOC 201 or 250; SOC 225 or 275; PSY 250 GS or STAT 235 GS; and four courses from the following options - SOC 310, 340, 349, 360, 363, 369, 370, 380, 410, 420, 442, 461 or 462
Note:Recommended prerequisites include an associate's degree or the majority of the general studies requirements completed.
Students are strongly recommended to have had completed the general studies courses necessary for a bachelor's degree independently, before beginning the degree completion coursework. If general studies courses are not yet complete, students will need to work with the program coordinator to determine best options for completing the necessary courses.