Course Description
Introduction to Sociology
(3-3-0) The scientific study of human society,
including ways in which groups, social
institutions, and individuals affect each other.
Causes of social stability and social change are
explored through the application of various
theoretical perspectives, key concepts, and
related research methods of sociology. Analysis of
social issues in their institutional context may
include topics such as social stratification,
gender, race/ethnicity, and deviance.
Required Prerequisite: ENGL-1301 with minimum
grade of C or TSI compliant in reading

Semester hours:3
Lecture hours:3
Lab hours:0
Petition required:N
Course may be repeated for credit when the topic varies:N
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