Loyola University Maryland

Department of Sociology

Typical Course Sequence

Current as of catalogue year 2022-2023.

A typical program of courses for the sociology major follows. Required sociology courses are in bold

Freshman Year

Fall Term

  • SC 100 - Introduction to Sociology or
  • SC 201 - Self and Society or
  • SC 202 - Social Power and Social Change or
  • SC 203 - Globalization and Society
  • WR 100 - Effective Writing
  • Fine Arts Core
  • Language Core
  • Elective

Spring Term

  • EN 101 - The Art of Reading
  • HS 100-Level Course
  • SC 100 - Introduction to Sociology or
  • SC 201 - Self and Society or
  • SC 202 - Social Power and Social Change or
  • SC 203 - Globalization and Society
  • Language Core or
  • Elective
  • Math/Science Core

Sophomore Year

Fall Term

  • PL 201 - Foundations of Philosophy
  • SC 100 - Introduction to Sociology or
  • SC 201 - Self and Society or
  • SC 202 - Social Power and Social Change or
  • SC 203 - Globalization and Society
  • ST 110 - Introduction to Statistical Methods and Data Analysis
  • EN 200-Level or HS 200-Level Course
  • Sociology Elective

Spring Term

  • TH 201 - Theology Matters
  • Sociology Elective
  • Sociology Elective
  • Math/Science Core
  • Elective

Junior Year

Fall Term

  • SC 342 - Social Research Methods or
  • SC 355 - Sociological Theory
  • PL 200-Level or TH 200-Level Course
  • Math/Science Core
  • Elective
  • Elective

Spring Term

  • Sociology Elective (SC 360-499)
  • Sociology Elective
  • Ethics Core
  • Elective
  • Elective

Senior Year

Fall Term

  • SC 342 - Social Research Methods or
  • SC 355 - Sociological Theory
  • SC 400-Level Seminar or
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

Spring Term

  • SC 401 - Sociology Practicum and Seminar
  • SC 400-Level Seminar or
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective
  • Elective

For catalogue years before 2022-2023, or for more information on available courses, please visit the Loyola catalogue.

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Alumni

William Heiser

A two-time Loyola grad, Bill is making an impact in urban Jesuit education as president of Cristo Rey Jesuit High School in Baltimore

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