Sociology (SOC)

Classes

SOC 100 : Introduction to Sociology

In this course, we use sociological theory to analyze a broad range of topics, including the production of knowledge, culture and history, socialization, identity, social relationships, deviance and crime, social institutions, globalization, class and inequality, racism, sexism, and change. The goal of this course is to introduce students to sociological perspectives, concepts, and analytical tools that may be applied to the contemporary world. As an introductory course, students will practice applying sociological thinking through media and short writing assignments.

credits

3

Class Hours

3 lecture

Prerequisites

Qualified for ENG 100.

Designations

Diversification: Social Sciences — DS

Semester Offered

Fall, Spring

SOC 220 : Marriage and Family

This course explores the family and marriage as key social institutions. The historical development of these institutions is studied, with special emphasis on the personal and social problems of intimate relationships and of modern family life.

credits

3

Class Hours

3 lecture

Designations

Diversification: Social Sciences — DS

Semester Offered

Spring