This sociology survey course is designed to provide students with a basic understanding of how societies are formed and how they function. Sociology is a study of people in group relationships and integrates all the disciplines of social movement. This course addresses values, norms, culture, socialization, social stratification and social institutions. It may also include consideration of social problems such as crime, poverty, prejudice and discrimination, collective behavior and social movements.
Credits: 0.5 (per semester)
Estimated Completion Time: 1 semester/9-18 weeks
State Course Number: 156670