SOC100 Introduction to Sociology

This course introduces the general theories and methods used by sociologists in their work and considers the role of social structure in shaping human behavior. This course also examines the impact of social forces on individuals and groups, and delves into issues of race, class, and gender. Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate and recognize the awareness of the complex relationship that gender, ethnicity, and class bring to a discussion of human behavior, culture, or society as well as the importance of cultural history in personal development and relationships with others.

Prerequisites

ENG110

Credit Hours: 
3.00
Catalog Code: 
SOC100