• SOCIOLOGY - SS1634

     

    Length of Course:

    One Semester

    Credit:

    .5 Credit

    Grade Placement:

    11, 12

    Prerequisite:

    None

    State Code:

    04258A000

    Course Description: This is a one-semester course designed to introduce students to the scientific study of society and human behavior.  Students will learn to think with a sociological perspective through discovery, questioning, and analysis of social issues.  The course illustrates how the environment we live in has a profound influence on how we think, feel, and behave.  Topics to be discussed are culture, behavior norms, race, gender, social class, socialization, deviant behavior, crime, and the criminal justice system.