Associate of Arts / Sociology
The Associate of Arts Degree with an emphasis in Sociology program at Western Wyoming Community College may allow students to begin their pursuit of a four-year degree in an area related to sociology. Students may explore many general education courses as they focus on areas in the sociology department. Social science studies the human world and presents different perspectives on understanding human behavior and origins with the use of scientific methods. Students should learn about the behavior of people and groups as well as how they interact with and affect each other.
The curriculum includes a variety of general education courses as well as sociology core courses. The core courses include subjects on women’s studies, sociological issues, social problems, human sexuality, marriage and family, and ethnic relations. There is a final internship which gives students hands-on experience. Students will also have classes in the other departments such as English, humanities, the sciences, mathematics, communication, and computers. General education courses allow students to possibly gain additional perspectives on a wide variety of subjects, giving them a more enhanced and global span of knowledge.
By completing an Associate's degree, students may gain entry-level skills in a certain area of interest, or they can enhance their current knowledge of a subject and career. Students may also start their pursuit of a bachelor's degree by participating in general education courses that many four-year degrees require.
Delivery Format:100% Online
Tuition Basis :Per Semester Credit
In State Rate:$108.00
Out of State Rate:$286.00
Additional Fees :$15.00
Fees Overview :
Graduation fee: $15. Tuition for students participating in the Western Undergraduate Exchange is $152 per credit hour.
Estimated Degree Cost - In State:$6,927.00
Estimated Degree Cost - Out Of State:$18,319.00
International Students Accepted:Yes
Official transcripts. COMPASS placement test may be required to meet specific program prerequisites. This degree program requires from 64-68 credit hours for completion.
Accreditation & Licensing
North Central Association of Colleges and Schools, The Higher Learning Commission
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