Sociology Immersion

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Overview

The immersion in sociology provides insights into the interactions between individuals and the major social forces shaping their lives. Students will learn sociology’s perspectives and methods and use them to explain how society is possible, to examine various social problems, and to assess collective efforts for social change.

Notes about this immersion:

  • This immersion is closed to students majoring in sociology and anthropology who have chosen the sociology track
  • Students are required to complete at least one course at the 300-level or above as part of the immersion.

Curriculum for Sociology Immersion

Course
Electives:
Choose three of the following:
   SOCI-210    African-American Culture
   SOCI-215    The Changing Family
   SOCI-220    Minority Group Relations
   SOCI-225    Social Inequality
   SOCI-230    Sociology of Work
   SOCI-235     Women, Work, and Culture
   SOCI-240     Deaf Culture in America
   SOCI-246    Gender and Health
   SOCI-295    Global Public Health
   SOCI-300    Sociology of American Life
   SOCI-301    Social and Cultural Theory
   SOCI-302    Qualitative Research
   SOCI-303    Statistics in the Social Sciences
   SOCI-305    Crime and Human Rights: Sociology of Atrocities
   SOCI-315    Global Exiles of War and Terror
   SOCI-322    Health and Society
   SOCI-330    Urban (In)Justice
   SOCI-345    Urban Poverty
   SOCI-350     Social Change
   SOCI-355     CyberActivism: Diversity, Sex, and the Internet
   SOCI-361    Digitizing People
   SOCI-395    Borders: Humans, Boundaries, and Empires
   SOCI-451    Economics of Women and the Family
   SOCI-489    Topics in Sociology