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SOC 1301 Introduction to Sociology

SOCĀ 1301 - Introduction to Sociology
Hours: 3
This course is designed to help students better understand the social world in which they live as well as provide a foundation for other in sociology. It provides an overview of major concepts and principles of sociology, including globalization, diversity,socialization, social control, social order, social stratification, ethnicity, social deviance, and social change. This course emphasizes global dynamics (issues, trends, processes, and systems) from a sociological perspective, and helps students view themselves as engaged citizens within an interconnected and diverse world.

Common Course Numbers

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...SOCI 1301 Intro. to Socio. SOC 1301 (CORE) SOCI 1306 Contemp. Soc. Prob. SOC 1306...

Administrative Procedures

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...Psychology PSY 2301 Sociology SOC 1301 Approved Writing Courses English ENG 1301 , ENG 1302 Approved...

School of Social Work

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...C" in all required social work courses, SOC 1301 and PSY 2301 . Social Welfare Minor...