About the Program
Associate Professor Dunn, Coordinator
The concept of the information analyst blends the traditional liberal arts education with some specific skills in the acquisition, analysis, and dissemination of information. It calls attention to skills that sociology majors already learn and provides additional coursework in areas related to the collection, analysis, and communication of information. Sociology majors may earn a concentration in information analysis by successfully completing the six one-unit courses listed below.
|COMM 202 Mass Communications OR CPSC 120 Fundamentals of Computer Science||done||need|
|PHIL 122 Logic||done||need|
|SOCI 351 Qualitative Methods and Analysis||done||need|
|SOCI 352 Quantitative Methods and Analysis||done||need|
|SOCI 365 The Information Society||done||need|
|SOCI 406 Independent Study and Research||done||need|
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