The Bachelor of Arts in Sociology requires a total of 120 credits, including 32 credits earned in sociology. In addition to required sociology courses, CU Denver has a set of core university requirements for all undergraduates. These include courses in the humanities, social sciences, behavioral sciences, and natural/physical sciences. CU Denver also requires that students demonstrate competency in mathematics and writing, either through testing or coursework. Details on these requirements are available from the College of Liberal Arts and Sciences.
Students can earn a Bachelor of Arts in sociology through on-campus classes or by doing the degree entirely online. Of the 32 credits of coursework required in sociology, at least 16 credits must be earned in 3000 or 4000-level courses. The maximum number of credits permitted in the major is 56. Within the major, 19 credits are earned in required sociology courses, leaving 15-29 elective credits in sociology. A minimum grade of "C-" or better must be earned in the sociology electives (F’s are not averaged in).
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