SOC100 Section E - 2017 Fall Term
SOC100: Introduction to Sociology - 4 Hours
IAI Code: S7 900
This course is a description and analysis of the structure of human society. Special emphasis is placed on the changing nature of social groups and patterns of action. Students will gain an understanding of the nature of, and motivation for, individual behavior in a group setting. Students will acquire deeper insight into social problems, their causes, and possible solutions. Research and writing is required.
|Seats Filled:||3 of 20|
|* Essentials of Sociology: A Dawn-to-Earth Approach eBook with REVEL, 12th Ed.||Henslin||9780134253381||$77.50||Yes|
- * This course material contains an electronic component that may not be included when purchased as used or rented from other suppliers.
2017 Fall Term (August 21st, 2017–November 12th, 2017)
|SOC100: Introduction to Sociology||E||Tuxhorn, Becki J.||Moodlerooms||eLearning|
Number of classes: 1