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Important Update:

UCO has temporarily shifted most in-person classes to synchronous virtual delivery through Jan. 31. Campus facilities and services will remain open and offer in-person and virtual options. COVID-19 protocols remain in place. Masks are required on campus when around others. Students, faculty and staff who are directly exposed to or test positive for COVID-19 should fill out UCO's COVID-19 Self-Reporting form. To learn more about current operations, view the university's coronavirus webpage.

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