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 Social & Behavioral Sciences Division


Sociology uses the scientific methods to systematically research social factors that affect the human experience at both the micro and macro level of analysis. Sociologists use various theoretical perspectives to explain and understand fundamental concepts of social organization, culture, socialization, social institutions and social change. Sociology encourages students to think critically about current social issues and the reflexive relationship between the individual and the wider society.

Class Schedule for SOC

(Not all classes offered every semester)

SOC101Introduction to Sociology3.00
SOC130Human Sexuality3.00
SOC140Race and Ethnic Relations3.00
SOC157Sociology of Families and Relationships3.00
SOC220Sport and Society3.00
SOC241Race and Ethnic Relations3.00
SOC266Sociology Through Film3.00