Secondary Track: Sociology
- The following requirements are for freshman and transfer students that entered UCSD prior to Fall 2013.
- For freshman and transfer students that entered UCSD after to Fall 2013, please find the current major requirements here.
- A secondary track is NOT required for students entering UCSD Fall 2013 and later.
- To fulfill a secondary track, students must select five (5) 4-unit, upper-division, non-language courses selected from the approved list.
- All courses must be taken for a letter grade of C- or better.
- A secondary track CANNOT be the same as the primary track.
All five (5) courses must be 4 units, upper-division and taken for a letter grade of C- or better.
Five (5) upper-division courses must be selected from the following:
- SOCI 125. Sociology of Immigration
- SOCI 133. Immigration in Comparative Perspective
- SOCI 134. The Making of Modern Medicine
- SOCI 136E. Sociology of Mental Illness: A Historical Approach
- SOCI 136F. Sociology of Mental Illness in Contemporary Society
- SOCI 148. Political Sociology
- SOCI 156. Sociology of Religion
- SOCI 157. Religion in Contemporary Society
- SOCI 158. Islam in the Modern World
- SOCI 163. Migration and the Law
- SOCI 169. Citizenship, Community, and Culture
- SOCI 175. Nationality and Citizenship
- SOCI 176. War and Society
- SOCI 177. International Terrorism
- SOCI 178.The Holocaust
- SOCI 179. Social Change
- SOCI 180. Social Movements and Social Protest
- SOCI 181. Modern Western Society
- SOCI 182. Ethnicity and Indigenous Peoples in Latin America
- SOCI 185. Globalization and Social Development
- SOCI 187. African Societies through Film
- SOCI 188D. Latin America: Society and Politics
- SOCI 188E. Community and Social Change in Africa
- SOCI 188F. Modern Jewish Societies and Israeli Society
- SOCI 188G. Chinese Society
- SOCI 188H. Social Movement Latin America
- SOCI 188J. Change in Modern South Africa
- SOCI 188M. Social Movements in Latin America
- SOCI 188O. Dilemmas of Israeli Society
- SOCI 189. Special Topics in Comparative- Historical Sociology
- Note: Following the completion of one SOCI 189 course, all subsequent 189 courses must be approved by International Studies.
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