Sociology/Anthropology Concentration, Arts & Sciences AA

Mission Statement

The Social Science program offers courses that examine the ways in which individuals, groups, institutions, or segments of societies behave, function and influence one another. We introduce students to a variety of methods to collect, analyze, interpret, and apply qualitative and quantitative data as related to social phenomenon and individual behavior. A global perspective is emphasized to enable students to make responsible and informed decisions. Students who take social science courses are usually on a transfer pattern for a BA or BS degree.

Program Goals

  • Goal 1: Students will demonstrate knowledge of course content.
  • Goal 2: Students will apply social science concepts to problem solving situations.
  • Goal 3: Students will be able to locate, organize and analyze facts.
  • Goal 4: Students will be able to effectively communicate course content with others. This may be in written or oral form.

Sociology/Anthropology Concentration, Arts & Sciences AA

Faculty Advisor: Dr. Roxanna Harlow Phone: 410-386-8239 Email: The Arts and Sciences, Sociology/Anthropology Concentration, at Carroll Community College provides basic knowledge of societies, social interaction, social inequality, and human behavior and is a foundation for continued study in sociology and anthropology. Carroll students are expected to check with their chosen transfer institution and consult with a Carroll academic advisor along with the ARTSYS program at in selecting General Education and elective courses. The following courses are required for this concentration; some courses fulfill General Education requirements: ANTH-101, SOC-115, MATH-115, SOC-101, and one of PSYC-205, SOC-105, or SOC-110.

Program Requirements

General Education Requirements

Sociology/Anthropology Concentration Electives

  • Take 19 elective credits: Refer to ARTSYS and the receiving institution's catalog to select transferable courses as necessary to meet the 60 credit degree total.

General Education Diversity Requirement

  • Take 2 Diversity-designated General Education courses (courses used to satisfy other requirements may also satisfy this requirement):