SOCI 1001: Introduction to Sociology
Three credits ($150). Offered Fall, Spring, or Full-year.
Modern society and its social organization, institutions, communities, groups, and social roles: the socialization of individuals, family, gender, race and ethnicity, religion, social class, crime and deviance, population, cities, political economy, and social change.
Eligibility Guidelines: Successful completion of at least one year of a high school history or social studies course or instructor consent is recommended.
Instructor Certification Requirements:
- M.A. in Sociology
- B.A. in Sociology or a related social science field (such as, but not limited to, Political Science, Human Rights, or Anthropology), and three graduate courses in Sociology. Successful candidates need to have earned a Master’s degree (education or other department). One graduate course in sociology may be replaced with comparable experience depending on undergraduate major, teaching experience or related qualifications.