SOCI 1010 INTRODUCTION TO SOCIOLOGY (3)
Introduction to the basic principles of sociology, including the study of sociological research, theoretical perspectives, culture, socialization, social structure, social institutions, deviance, social inequity, stratification, demography, population, and social movements. (Previously known as SOC 110)
SOCI 1400 INTRODUCTION TO CULTURAL ANTHROPOLOGY (3)
This course studies the nature of human culture as an adaptive mechanism. The traditional aspects of culture, kinship, social organization technology and their application to modern culture will be emphasized. (Previously known as SOC 140)
SOCI 2010 SOCIAL PROBLEMS (3)
This course explores empirical data and subjective awareness of current social issues affecting large numbers of people. Students will investigate social responses to social issues, how they manifest and evolve over time through the lens of power, individual agency and social policy. Students will improve their ability to understand and systematically investigate individual, community, institutional and social movement responses to the social conditions.
SOCI 2150 EXPLORING UNITY AND DIVERSITY (3)
This course will help students increase awareness and sensitivity of commonalities and differences among people and acquire knowledge of social structure and inequalities. The course will prepare students to more critically, actively, and effectively participate in an increasingly diverse and global society.
SOCI 2880 STATISTICS FOR SOCIAL SCIENCES (3)
This course introduces the student to basic statistical concepts, descriptive statistics, probability, and the basic concepts of research design as they are applied in the social and behavioral sciences. (Previously known as SOC 288) *Prerequisite: MATH 1100 or above
SOCI 2900 SPECIAL TOPICS (1-3)
(Previously known as SOC 290)
SOCI 2990 INTERNSHIP (1-4)