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Undergraduate Sociology

2019 Summer Term

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3 Units

SOCIAL PROBLEMS (GS)

Sociology 250

This course examines various theoretical explanations of contemporary social problems such as crime, drug use, poverty, discrimination and environmental pollution. The impact of social problems on different groups in society and the role of social movements, government, and social policy are considered.


3 Units

SOCIOLOGY OF HATE (DV) (GS)

Sociology 260

This course provides an overview of the sociological study of hate and prejudice using a variety of perspectives. Substantive topics include the nature of prejudice and stereotyping, hate crime, and hate groups. The course will end with an exploration and evaluation of methods for combating hate and its social manifestations.


3 Units

INTRODUCTION TO CRIMINOLOGY (GS)

Sociology 276

An introduction to the field of criminology through examination of theories and patterns of criminal behavior, the operation of the criminal justice system, and the politics of crime control policy.


3 Units

BASIC SOCIAL STATISTICS

Sociology 295

Introduction to basic statistical methods and their utility in sociology including statistical concepts, frequency distribution, measures of central tendency and variability, correlation analysis, OLS regression analysis, and including the logic of hypothesis testing. In addition, introduction to basic operations of SPSS statistical software in social data analysis.


3 Units

SOCIOLOGY OF GENDER

Sociology 345

This course will analyze gender as a process and as a social institution. It will examine how we can experience gender in ways that maintain existing gender relations or in ways that challenge them.


3 Units

SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY

Sociology 355

An examination of the process and results of human interaction with an emphasis on attitudes and attitude change, society and personality, inter-group relations and processes of socialization.


3 Units

SOCIOLOGY OF PUNISHMENT AND CORRECTIONS

Sociology 378

The critical analysis of probation, parole, halfway houses, jails and prisons. Their origins in and possible function for the larger society will also be examined. Field trip is required.


1-12 Units

APPLIED SOCIOLOGY

Sociology 493

This course involves a supervised internship in a public or private organization. Through on campus seminars and written assignments on the intern experience, students learn how sociology can be applied to solve social problems. Repeatable for a maximum of 6 credits in degree.

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