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Washington and Lee University    
 
    
 
  Sep 24, 2017
 
2010-2011 University Catalog archived

Sociology and Anthropology (SOC, ANTH)


Professors Novack, Jasiewicz
Associate Professors Bell, Eastwood, Goluboff
Assistant Professors Cintron, Markowitz
Instructor Devlin

In conjunction with Mary Baldwin College, the department offers a number of courses designed to assist students in their preparation for admission to the profession of social work. The Washington and Lee courses include SOC 102, 202, 351, 375; MATH 118 (or a comparable statistics course); and either SOC 212 or PSYC 114; the required Social Work courses offered at Mary Baldwin are Sociology 153 (Introduction to Social Work), Social Work 156 (Interviewing in Human Service Professions), Social Work 287 and 387 (Social Work Field Observation), Social Work 357 (Social Work Theory), and Social Work 400 (Field Instruction). Certain courses in psychology, politics, and economics are also recommended. Students interested in the possibility of a career in social work
should plan their programs of study in consultation with department faculty as early as possible.

Note: This program does not result in certification as a social worker. For details and information regarding the Mary Baldwin College courses that can be completed locally, see the department head. Students may receive credit through the Consortium EXCHANGE Program; see the University Registrar’s office for details.

HONORS: An Honors Program in sociology and anthropology is offered for qualified students; see department head for details.

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