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Important Update:

The University of Central Oklahoma physical campus will be closed to all but essential employees through May 31.
Alternative instructional delivery methods will be used for the rest of the spring semester, May intersession courses and summer blocks I and II. Many university services will continue to be available online. For more information, visit the university's COVID-19 website.

Sociology

Courses typically offered every semester

  • SOC 2103 – Sociology
  • SOC 2203 - Social Problem
  • SOC 2303 - Social Psychology
  • SOC 3103 - Juvenile Delinquency
  • SOC 3203 - Minorities in American Society
  • SOC 3633 – Criminology
  • SOC 4940 - Field Study in Sociology [1-4 credit hours]

Courses typically offered Spring and Fall

  • SOC 2011 - Careers in Sociology
  • SOC 2113 - Human Sexuality
  • SOC 2413 - Cultural Anthropology
  • SOC 2503 - Introduction to Social Work
  • SOC 4043 - Sociological Statistics
  • SOC 4053 - Sociology of Aging
  • SOC 4233 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment
  • SOC 4243 - Social Deviance
  • SOC 4443 - Social Stratification
  • SOC 4463 - The Abused
  • SOC 4513 - Contemporary Social Movements
  • SOC 4633 - Social Welfare Policy
  • SOC 4693 - Sociological Theory
  • SOC 4773 - Sociological Research
  • SOC 5043 - Sociological Statistics
  • SOC 5053 - Sociology of Aging
  • SOC 5233 - Human Behavior and the Social Environment
  • SOC 5243 - Social Deviance
  • SOC 5443 - Social Stratification
  • SOC 5463 - The Abused
  • SOC 5513 - Contemporary Social Movements
  • SOC 5633 - Social Welfare Policy
  • SOC 5693 - Sociological Theory
  • SOC 5773 - Sociological Research

Courses typically offered Spring only

  • SOC 3573 - Sociology of Religion

Courses typically offered Fall and Summer

  • SOC 3403 - The Family

Courses typically offered Spring and Summer

  • SOC 4573 - Sociology of Childhood-Adolescence
  • SOC 5573 - Sociology of Childhood-Adolescence

Courses typically offered Summer only

  • SOC 3990 - Youth, Rebellion, & Rock 'n' Roll

Substance Abuse Studies

Courses typically offered every semester

  • SAS 2603 - Introduction to Substance Abuse Studies
  • SAS 3123 - The Addictive Process
  • SAS 4940 - Field Study in SAS
  • SAS 5940 - Field Study in Substance Abuse Studies

Courses typically offered Spring and Fall

  • SAS 4273 - Substance Abuse and the Family
  • SAS 4313 – Codependency
  • SAS 5273 - Substance Abuse and the Family
  • SAS 5333 - Advanced Counseling Skills in Substance Abuse Studies
  • SAS 5413 - Psychopathology & Co-Occurring Disorders
  • SAS 5463 - The Abused
  • SAS 5523 - Cultural Sensitivity Addiction Treatment
  • SAS 5633 - Counseling the Abused
  • SAS 5910 – Codependency
  • SAS 5930 - Capstone in Substance Abuse Studies

Courses typically offered Spring only

  • SAS 4303 - Substance Abuse in Special Populations
  • SAS 4333 - Advanced Counseling Skills in Substance Abuse
  • SAS 4413 - Group Dynamics in Substance Abuse Counseling
  • SAS 5303 - Substance Abuse in Special Populations
  • SAS 5433 - Advanced Human Development and Substance Abuse
  • SAS 5910 - Group Dynamics and Substance Abuse Counseling

Courses typically offered Fall Only

  • SAS 3023 - Counseling Skills in Substance Abuse
  • SAS 4293 - Professional Principles in Substance Abuse Counseling
  • SAS 4323 - Dual Diagnosis
  • SAS 4343 - Prevention and Education in Substance Abuse
  • SAS 5113 - Foundations of Addiction
  • SAS 5223 - Advanced Individual Counseling
  • SAS 5323 - Psychopharmacology and Neurobiology of Addiction
  • SAS 5313 - Advanced Family Counseling
  • SAS 5343 - Prevention and Education in Substance Abuse
  • SAS 5433 - Advanced Human Development and Substance Abuse
  • SAS 5513 - Advanced Family Counseling Co-Occurring Disorders
  • SAS 5910 - Seminar: Dual Diagnosis
  • SAS 5303 - Substance Abuse and Special Populations
  • SAS 5613 - Research and Substance Abuse Studies 

Gerontology

Courses typically offered every semester

  • GERO 5900 - Practicum

Courses typically offered Spring and Fall

  • GERO 5823 - Gerontology Research

Courses typically offered Spring only

  • GERO 5213 - Health & Social Services for Seniors
  • GERO 5363 - Psychology of Aging
  • GERO 5443 - Biology of Human Aging
  • GERO 5743 - Colloquium in Gerontology

Courses typically offered Fall Only

  • GERO 5023 - Orientation to Gerontology
  • GERO 5463 - Bereavement Counseling
  • GERO 5523 - Qualitative Gerontology
  • GERO 5731 - Drug Issues for Older Adults

Courses typically offered Summer Only

  • GERO 5342 - Politics of Aging

Courses typically offered occasionally (contact Department Chair for more information)

  • GERO 5000 – Workshop
  • GERO 5910 - Seminar / Special Topics
  • GERO 5920 - Directed Reading
  • GERO 5930 - Individual Study
  • GERO 5950 – Internship
  • GERO 5960 – Institute
  • GERO 5970 - Study Tour
  • GERO 5990 - Thesis