Bachelor of Science Degrees in Sociology
Our bachelor’s degrees in sociology offer maximum flexibility for students seeking to pursue an education through online-only degree completion, or a hybrid of online and face-to-face courses. If you are interested in a program tailored to fit your professional, family or lifestyle needs, a major in sociology may be right for you.
- Requirements for our bachelor of science degree in sociology can either be completed entirely online, or through a combination of online and on-campus courses.
- Requirements for our bachelor of science degree in sociology with a concentration in social inequality can be completed through a hybrid of online and face-to-face courses.
Our undergraduate curriculum is designed to provide you with a comprehensive education while preparing you for work and practice in a variety of fields. Our faculty mentors provide training in research methods and techniques; insights into class, racial-ethnic and gender inequality; group differences; understanding of social organizations, social forces, and group processes; and practical skills to be used while working with individuals or groups.
TWU bachelor’s degree program in sociology earns top national ranking for affordability
According to the 2018 College Affordability Guide, the TWU bachelor’s degree program in sociology ranks 38th in the nation for affordability, based on criteria and analysis identifying programs that students of all income levels can afford.
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology Degree Plan
- Bachelor of Science (BS) in Sociology with Social Inequality Concentration Degree Plan
- Course Rotation Schedule
Undergraduate admission to Texas Woman’s University is based on a number of criteria including academic achievement, academic preparation and standardized test scores. An offer of admission from TWU is valid for four terms, if the applicant has not attended another institution of higher education. If students do not attend TWU within four terms, they must reapply, pay the application fee, and submit the appropriate credentials. Applicants who would like to make changes to an application should contact the Office of Admissions Processing or complete the Application Change form. For specific undergraduate admission requirements, please refer to the links below.
- Application Process
- Freshman Student Admission
- Transfer Student Admission
- International Student Admission
- Other Types of Undergraduate Admission
- Student Orientation
- Academic Fresh Start
- Admission Appeal Process
- Credit By Examination, AP, CLEP, IB
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