We encourage all our students to keep a portfolio of all materials throughout their studies. Here is a checklist to help you keep track of your work.
Current students - Sociology majors
Please read the following important information on advising and registration.
Internships or Field Experiences add another dimension to your learning at BW. They provide you with excellent opportunities to link classroom learning with real world experiences. They also help you develop a network of contacts that may be beneficial during a future job search. Here are a few tips on making the most of your Internship.
- How to Find an Internship
- Examples of Field Experiences
- What to Write in Your Field Experience Journal
Independent Study is an individualized academic investigation carried out by a student under faculty supervision. If you have a GPA of 3.0 or higher, you can choose to do an Independent Study.
Join the Sociology/Criminal Justice Club. This club is open to students with any major and an interest in sociology or criminal justice. The goals are to increase professional contacts as well as to give students an opportunity to get to know other sociology and criminal justice majors and faculty. Advisor: Dr. Carol Gregory (440-826-2158) Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Alpha Kappa Delta (International Sociology Honor Society): Requirements: Sociology as a declared major; an overall GPA of at least 3.3; a GPA in Sociology of 3.3 or better; at least junior status and five courses in Sociology.
Pi Gamma Mu (International Social Sciences Honor Society): Requirements: Sociology, Psychology, Economics, or Political Science as declared major; an overall GPA of 3.3 or better; at least five courses in the social sciences of 3.3 GPA or better; and junior status.
Check out this list of sociological journals available at Ritter Library! They are good resources for your classes and research papers.