SOC-101: Sociological Imagination

Credits 3
Grade Scheme
Session Cycle

Introduction to the sociological imagination, with a critical examination of social issues, individual experiences, and the potential for social change. Topics include the nature and impact of culture and social structure, inequality, social institutions, identity, social interaction, and the historical context of knowledge and relationships. Methods of sociological investigation and interpretation are also emphasized. This course is offered in traditional survey and special topics formats. FILA general education: social sciences.

Corequisites or Prerequisites
Term Offered
Fall and Spring