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Below is a sample study pathway which provides an example of how a student can complete all of the program requirements in four years. Actual study pathways, of course, are likely to differ. Please remember that the University requires 120 credits to graduate. Students can satisfy this requirement by taking free electives in addition to Program requirements. For more information, please visit Program Requirements.

Year 1

Year 2

Year 3

Year 4

Fall

Spring

Fall

Spring

Fall

Spring

Fall

Spring

Quantitative Social Analysis SOSC1200

 

Research Methods in the Social Sciences SOSC2140

Applied Statistics MATH2411

Quantitative Social Analysis Laboratory SOSC3700

Quantitative Social Analysis Laboratory SOSC3700

Research Seminar SOSC4100

Capstone Project SOS4110

First-Year Seminar SOSC1210

Elementary Statistics for Social Research SOSC1100

Intermediate Statistics for Social Research SOSC2400

Probability MATH2421

Topical Electives

Topical Electives

Topical Electives

Methodological Electives

Mathematics MATH1012 + 1013 + 1023/ 1020

Mathematics MATH1014 + 1024/ 1020

Introduction to Multivariate Calculus MATH2011

Topical Electives

Methodological Electives

Methodological Electives

Methodological Electives

Common Core

Computer Science COMP1021/ 1022P/ 1022Q

Exploring and Visualizing Data COMP1942

Common Core

Common Core

Common Core

Common Core

Common Core

Free Electives

Common Core

Common Core

English Language LANG2070

 

Common Core

Common Core

Free Electives

Free Electives

English Language I

English Language II

 

 

English Language LANG3070/ LABU2060

Free Electives

 

 

16 Credits

15 credits

15 credits

14 credits

16 credits

16 credits

13 credits

15 credits

 

 

 

Major Required Major Electives Common Core Free Electives