Online Introduction to Sociology Undergrad Course

SY 1013

June 5 - July 30, 2017

Registration is now closed.

Cost per Credit Hour

$570

Total Course Cost

$1,710

Continuing Education Units

4.5 CEUs

An introduction to sociology with a focus on socialization, culture, the social construction of reality, inequality, race and ethnic relations, poverty, and political sociology.

Course Description

3 Credit Hours

Sociology is a field of study that explains social, political, economic and ecological phenomena in terms of social structures, social forces, and group relations. This introduction focuses on socialization, culture, the social construction of reality, inequality, race and ethnic relations, poverty, and political sociology. Students gain an understanding of the three main sociological perspectives, apply them to make sense of contemporary social problems, and realize how one’s individual circumstances are shaped by much larger social forces.

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