Social Policy Curriculum Planning 17-18
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Social Policy Curriculum
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42 Units: Concentration = 16; Professional Core = 8; Distribution = 10; Elective = 8
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Double counting***
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Concentration - 18 units - 'C-' or higher (no P/N).Course Cat #Qtr/yr enrollGrdIS**Sub AppDistro2nd majormajor/minormajor/minor
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Intro to Social PolicySOC POL 201
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Intro to Community DevelopmentSESP 202
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Intro to American Government and PoliticsPOLI SCI 220
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Introduction to MicroeconomicsECON 202
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One of: SOC POL 330 (Economics of Social Policy), SOC POL 331 Economics of Inequality and Discrimination, OR SOC POL 332 (Economics of Education Policy) **ECON 202 and Statistics are pre-requisites SOC POL 330, 331 or 332
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any level
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any level
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any level
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any level
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Social Policy and the Human Services OR Social Policymaking and ImplementationSOC POL 304 OR 312
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One of: Educational Policy; Economics of Education Policy; Law and Social Policy; Social Policy and the US Healthcare SystemSOC POL 307, 332, 305 or 311
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*300-level
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*300-level
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* Refer to the approved concentration course list for Social Policy.
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** Interdisciplinary specialization (IS) (optional): ________________________________________________. Work with advisor to complete five related courses.
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*** DOUBLE COUNTING POLICY: Three courses total from the concentration and core listings may be double counted toward distribution requirements. Three courses may be double counted toward a second major. Two courses may be double counted toward a minor or adjunct major. A Social Policy student may have a second major, a minor, a second major and a minor, or two minors. See section 3 of the SESP Handbook for details/examples of the double counting policy.
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Professional Core - 8 units - 'C-' or higher (no P/N).Course Cat #Qtr/yr enrollGrdIS**Sub AppDistromajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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Quantitative: SESP 210, PSYCH 201, SOC 303, STATS 202 or 210 (all double count as FS distro)
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Childhood & Adolescence OR Adulthood & AgingSESP 201/203
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Social Inequality and diversity requirement. One of: LOC 214, SESP 317, SESP 320, SESP 321, or approved equivalent.SESP 317, 320, 321 or LOC 214
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** SESP 317 (Gender and Life Course), 320 (Race and Education), 321 (Child Development: African American Experience), LOC 214 (Culture and Cognition)
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Qualitative: Mthds of Observing Behavior (before practicum)*SESP 372
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Practicum & Practicum Seminar (4 credits total)SESP 388
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Practicum must be completed during jr. year or summer before or after junior year. SESP 372 is typically taken immediately before SESP 388.
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Double Count***Used toward (but not double counted)
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Distribution Requirements (10 units): must earn a 'C-' or higher (no P/N allowed). Up to 7 credits may be AP/IB credit (only one allowed for lit and arts). Course Cat #Qtr/yr enrollSub AppGrdConcentrationCoremajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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Natural Sciences
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Formal Studies (SESP 210 fulfills a FS distro).
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Historical Studies (possible Study Abroad course)
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Values (possible Study Abroad course)
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Lit & Fine Arts (possible Study Abroad course)
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Elective credits (8 units): max of 6 units of 'P' or 'D'Course Cat #Tent SchedQtr/yr enrollGrdmajor/minormajor/minormajor/minor
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*** If you double count courses between your concentration/core and your distribution requirements, you will need to take extra elective courses to bring your total number of units to 45 (use the area below for Electives beyond the initial 9).
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Interdisciplinary Specialization
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2nd major
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Minor # 1
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Minor # 2
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