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Degree Requirements for the AA in Core Curriculum with Pathway Courses in Sociology

The Associate of Arts (AA) degree in core curriculum with pathway courses in sociology is available on the University of North Georgia (UNG) Gainesville and Oconee campuses and is also offered online.

The associate degree requires completion of Areas A-E of the Core Curriculum and Area F as described below. Successful completion or exemption of READ 0099 is required before beginning any Sociology courses. A minimum GPA of 2.0 is required for successful completion of the associate degree.

Degree Requirements for the AA in Core Curriculum with Pathway Courses in Sociology (60 hours)
Areas A-E: See Core Curriculum

Area F Requirements for Sociology (18 hours):

3 hours SOCI 1101  Introduction to Sociology
9 hours choose three courses from the following list:
SOCI 1160 
SOCI 2000 
SOCI 2293 
SOCI 2100 
SOWK 2000 
Social Problems
Introduction to Social Science Research Methods
Introduction to Marriage & Family
Constructions of Difference
Introduction to Social Work
6 hours  Option A: for students who did not take MATH 2400 in Area D of the Core Curriculum
MATH 2400  Elementary Statistics (if not taken in Area D of the Core Curriculum)

and one 1000 or 2000 level elective from the following disciplines:  Anthropology, Social Work, Economics, Geography, History, Linguistics, Political Science, Psychology or Sociology

Option B: for students who are only interested in completing the AA with pathway courses in Sociology

any two 1000 or 2000 level course from the following disciplines: Anthropology, Social Work, Economics, Geography, History, Linguistics, Political Science, Psychology or Sociology

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