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In The Catalog Prerequisites:

COMM 2162 : Sociology of the Family
SOC 2101 : Social Research Methods
SOC 2102 : Techniques of Data Analysis
SOC 2103 : Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 2103W : Classical Sociological Theory
SOC 2104 : Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 2104W : Contemporary Sociological Theory
SOC 2105 : Social Problems in American Society
SOC 2105W : SocialProblems in Amer Society
SOC 2111 : Field Research
SOC 2112 : Evaluation Research
SOC 2135 : Youth and Delinquency
SOC 2136 : Criminology
SOC 2139 : Alternatives to Imprisonment
SOC 2145 : Criminal Law
SOC 2152 : Sociology of Mass Media
SOC 2161 : Sociology of Complex Organizations
SOC 2162 : Sociology of the Family
SOC 2163 : Sociology of Education
SOC 2164 : Sociology of the Holocaust and Genocide
SOC 2165 : Sociology of Religion
SOC 2167 : Sociology of Law
SOC 2168 : Economic Sociology
SOC 2169 : Urban Sociology
SOC 2169W : Urban Sociology
SOC 2170 : Class and Inequality in American Society
SOC 2170W : Class/Inequality-Amer Society
SOC 2173 : Social Movements
SOC 2175 : Sociology of Sex and Gender
SOC 2175W : Sociology of Sex and Gender
SOC 2177 : Sociology of the Sex Industry
SOC 2178 : Deviance and Control
SOC 2178W : Deviance and Control
SOC 2179 : Race and Minority Relations
SOC 2181 : Special Topics in Sociology
SOC 2181W : Special Topics
SOC 2184 : Violence and the Family
SOC 2189 : Special Topics in Criminal Justice
SOC 2189W : Special Topics in Criminal Justice
SOC 2988 : Internship in Law and Society
SOC 3195 : Research
SOC 4192 : Advanced Seminar in Criminal Justice
SOC 4195 : Senior Research Seminar
SOC 4197 : Advanced Seminar-Sociology

In The Catalog Description:

SOC 1001 : Introduction to Sociology

As A Banner Equivalent:

SOC 1001 : Introduction to Sociology

As A Banner Prerequisite:

SOC 2136 : Criminology
SOC 2145 : Criminal Law
SOC 2167 : Sociology of Law
Columbian College of Arts and Sciences
Sociology (SOC)
SOC
1002
The Sociological Imagination
The Sociological Imagination
Spring 2016
0,3
Course Type
Discussion Group
Lecture
Default Grading Method
Letter Grade

No
Yes
SOC 1001 - Introduction to Sociology

Corequisites

60
Ken, Eglitis, Martínez
Frequency of Offering

Term(s) Offered

Are there Course Equivalents?
Yes
 
SOC 1001 - Introduction to Sociology
No
Fee Type


No


Definition and application of the concept of the sociological imagination; the connection between personal troubles and public issues; race, gender, inequality, and education. Credit will not be given for both SOC 1002 and SOC 1001.
As a result of thoroughly preparing for and participating in Sociology 1002, students will: learn to define and apply the concept of the sociological imagination; learn to describe key theoretical perspectives in the discipline of sociology and apply them to social phenomena and institutions; develop the ability to recognize and speak knowledgeably about the spectrum of societal phenomena and institutions addressed by sociologists; sharpen their problem-solving skills by learning to define, analyze, and develop informed solutions to social problems in the Washington, DC, community; strengthen their ability to develop an evidence-based argument about social issues; improve their skills in written communication through writing for a variety of audiences about sociological issues; improve their skills in oral communication through the sharing of research findings with their instructor and peers.
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Course Attribute
Gen Ed: Social Science
CCAS - GPAC: Local/Civil Engage
Per Courtney Carey, add comment: Credit will not be given for both SOC 1001 and SOC 1002.
Key: 7521