20-100 Principles of Sociology

This course provides an explanation of the general principles of Sociology, including social organization, culture, socialization processes, primary and secondary groups, social stratification, collective behavior and social deviance. Basic principles are applied to family, intergroup relations, business and politics.


20-106 Topics in Sociology

This course provides students the opportunity to study topics of interest to sociologists. Subject matter will vary.


20-108 Introduction to Women's Studies

This course introduces students to the history of the women's movement in the U.S. and examines the construction and experience of gender across multicultural and global perspectives. It is designed to enhance interdisciplinary dialogue, to locate women's voices and experiences in the stream of intellectual history, and to demonstrate how the present issues of feminist discourse emerged. Both women and men are encouraged to explore their own questions about gender in this course.