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Sociology (SOCI)

SOCIĀ 101 Introduction to Sociology

Credits: 3

Term: (F, S, Su)

Core Class: Social Sciences

This course offers exposure to fundamentals, perspectives, and terminology of sociology. It includes the study of society and human interaction as it is shaped by social structure and culture. Students also survey the interdependence of social institutions including family, religions, economics, politics, education and occupation, as well as population changes, social differentiation, inequality, deviance, conformity, modernization, social order, and social changes.