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CSCU Pathway Transfer Degree: Sociology Studies (EG11)

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Associate in Arts Degree


Campus contacts for this program:
Professor Barbara Richards,
Professor Saulo Colón,

With this degree you will be able to transfer to the following majors:

At Central Connecticut State University:
  • Sociology, B.A.
At Eastern Connecticut State University: 
  • Sociology, B.A.
At Southern Connecticut State University:
  • Sociology, B.A.
At Western Connecticut State University:
  • Anthropology/Sociology, B.A.
At Charter Oak State College:
  • General Studies - Sociology Concentration, B.A.

In order to graduate and be guaranteed admission to a State University or to Charter Oak State College, you must earn an overall 2.0 grade point average.

Here is the recommended course of study for the Sociology Studies Transfer Degree. If you are studying part time, simply follow the order of the courses listed here. Note that not all courses will be available every semester. You will notice that in many instances you will be able to choose the specific course you will take from within a category. For a list of the courses from each category that you can choose from, go to PDF_CSCU Transfer Electives .

TAP Application Info

  • Begin the transfer application process in your third semester or the semester before you plan to graduate. FAFSA becomes available October 1.

Suggested Sequence of Courses:

Prerequisite or parallel courses may be required. Please check individual course descriptions for details.

Total Credits: 60-61

1 Central Connecticut State University recommends  MAT* E167 - Principles of Statistics (3 credits)  

2 You are free to choose any courses at or above 100-level to complete unrestricted electives, although you may need to use these credits to take courses that prepare you for required courses in the degree program. You should also consider using unrestricted electives to meet foreign language requirements for your programs or to begin work on completing a minor. Central Connecticut State University will require that you complete a minor by earning at least 18 credits in one area outside your major field; you must complete at least 9 of those minor credits at Central. You can also complete other General Education requirements for CCSU, SCSU, WCSU, and COSC - but not ECSU. You are encouraged to meet with your advisor to determine which courses to select.

3 You may take any SOC courses for these SOC electives, but two of them must be at the 2XX level.

4 At least one course in SCKX - Scientific Knowledge & Understanding or SCRX - Scientific Reasoning must be a 4-credit laboratory course.

5 Courses in this category will fulfill an additional general education requirement in all of the CSCU baccalaureate programs referenced above. Speak with your advisor about other possible choices. To date, courses in the Additional General Education I category are ART*E111 Drawing I, ART*E155 Watercolor I, THR*E110 Acting I. Courses in the Additional General Education II category are: POL* E102 Introduction to Comparative Politics. An updated list of courses can be found here PDF_CSCU Transfer Electives  

NOTE: In order to graduate and be guaranteed admission to a State University or to Charter Oak State College, you must earn an overall 2.0 grade point average.

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