Jul 25, 2024  
Butler Community College 2024-25 Catalog 
    
Butler Community College 2024-25 Catalog

Sociology and Social Work (AA)


Program Information

What can you do with a career in Sociology or Social Work? Sociology is the scientific study of human society and group behavior. Entry level positions in business, social service and the government offer you the opportunity to use the skills you have learned in dealing with people. Our sociology program will provide you with the first two years of courses designed to transfer to college or university. You can use your degree in sociology as a broad liberal arts base for a profession in education, law, medicine and social work. A bachelor’s degree in sociology is excellent preparation for continuing your graduate work to become a professor or researcher. If you are interested in understanding how social groups, organizations, cultures, communities and different societies work, then Butler’s sociology curriculum will fit your needs.

Butler Community College is committed to flexible pathways for our student’s success. Courses are offered in varying delivery formats; face-to-face, blended and online. When reviewing this pathway, please check the Class Schedule to identify which format the course is offered to make sure you are selecting the delivery modality that fits your needs.

SYMBOLS
Kansas State Wide Transfer course (T►)
Milestone Courses - 
Courses are considered essential for progress within a selected Pathway and are indicated by a diamond symbol (♦).
This course is offered online (O)

Program Pathway Learning Outcomes

Click here to view this program’s assessment data. For more information or questions, please contact Phil Speary at pspeary@butlercc.edu or 316.322.3226.

Butler General Education Bucket Requirements (34-35)

Butler Community College participates in the Kansas systemwide general education (SGE) framework within AA and AS degrees.  The SGE framework includes 34-35 credit hours organized in 7 “buckets” each identified by an individual SGE code.  

  • All students are required to take EG101 and EG102 from Bucket 1.
  • All students are required to take either SP100 or SP102 from Bucket 2.
  • All students are required to take one math course from Bucket 3.
  • All other buckets where a course is marked as preferred, students can choose any course listed in the state approved bucket if they meet the prerequisite for the course. 
  • Courses in any of the buckets 3-7 not marked preferred are mandatory in the pathway unless an alternative is approved by the dean overseeing the pathway.
  • Courses listed in the Pathway not identified with a bucket are required for completion of the given degree pathway and are not intended to fulfill the state approved general education bucket package.
  • Students are encouraged to contact Academic Advising for further information.

For more information: Butler General Education Bucket Requirements  

SEVEN BUCKET FRAMEWORK
Bucket 1   Bucket 2   Bucket 3   Bucket 4   Bucket 5   Bucket 6  Bucket 7  

Contact Information

Cheree Anthony-Encapera
Department Chair
316.323.6744
Office: BOE 15138
santhony@butlercc.edu

First Term: 15 Credit Hours


Select one: 3 Credit Hours ♦ (Bucket 5-SGE050)


Select one: 5 Credit hours (Bucket 7-SGE070)


Second Term: 15-16 Credit Hours


Select one: 4-5 Credit Hours (Bucket 4-SGE040)


Select one: 3 Credit Hours ♦ (Bucket 5-SGE050)


Third Term: 15 Credit Hours


Select one: 3 Credit Hours (Bucket 2-SGE020)


Select one: 3 Credit Hours (Bucket 6-SGE060)


Select one: 3 Credit Hours (Bucket 6-SGE060)


Fourth Term: 15 Credit Hours


Total Degree Pathway Credit Hours: 60-61