1 semester / ½ Credit
This course is defined as a brief scientific study of social structure and the patterns in which people interact in social relationships. The student will differentiate and discuss theories and methods of sociological inquiry. In addition, the student will analyze elements of social structure such as socialization, stratification and power, social location and intersectionality, social institutions, and social change through a sociological perspective. An interactive class setting – including discussion, field research, projects, and student presentations – will be utilized.