1330Spring 2021
3 Credits

Introductory Sociology

This courses introduces the sociological study of society, with a focus on understanding social interaction, social organization, social institutions, and social change.
Course Introduction

Introductory Sociology

This course is accredited through the school of record, UIBE.
3 Credits

Course Description

This course introduces students to historic and current topics in sociology. Sociology is the study of the development, structure, function, collective behavior and collective problems of human society. The course introduces essential concepts, theories, and methods of the discipline. Special topics include group interaction in everyday life, altruism and morality in social contexts, evolving conceptions of the family and other social groups, societal facets of economics, and how group conduct is shaped by conceptions of gender, race, ethnicity and class. 

Courses Outcomes

You will learn:

  • Central topics such as cultural phenomenon, human interaction, inequality, urbanization
  • The effects of social issues on human interaction

…and more