The Sociology Department offers two Bachelor's of Arts degree programs:
Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice Studies
Each degree requires 120 units for completion, 43-44 of which must be from sociology courses. The links above provide general information and the specific requirements for each degree. Students who are governed by earlier catalogs, or who wish to count older courses toward their degree requirements, should also examine important information concerning our transition from 3-unit to 4-unit courses. Pre-2004/06 Catalog Rights
A fully online Accelerated Bachelor of Arts in Sociology program is built for you to examine and address large- and small-scale social problems. The program starts three times a year, in the fall, spring, and summer and can be completed in 16 months with eight-week semesters.
Held in Temecula, The Bachelor of Arts in Criminology and Justice Studies will teach you how to evaluate critical issues of crime and justice to pursue solutions for positive social change while preparing for careers in criminal justice and social service agencies. You will also be prepared for graduate study in criminology, law, criminal justice, justice studies and more.
BA Criminology and Justice Studies
Faculty advisors for all of our degree programs are assigned alphabetically. Meeting with a faculty advisor is not required but encouraged, especially if you have questions about specific requirements, course selection, and careers. The following link shows the current advisor assignments for all majors and minors.