Fall Semester 2013

  1. Sociology (SOC)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101 *Introduction to Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 111
      Riley, J 2

      CRN: 74823
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    3.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 111
      Jache, A -1

      CRN: 74824
      Section: 602
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    4.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      RH 111
      Kilic, Z 1

      CRN: 74825
      Section: 603
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    5.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      SSB 211
      Pfeiffer, K 1

      CRN: 74827
      Section: 605
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    6.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      SSB 211
      Farrell, C 0

      CRN: 74828
      Section: 606
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    7.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      SSB 211
      Farrell, C 3

      CRN: 74829
      Section: 607
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    8.   T     06:30PM-9:15PM
      CHHS 184
      Gray, D 17

      CRN: 74830
      Section: 791
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    9.        
      DISTANCE
      Kilic, Z 6

      CRN: 74831
      Section: 801
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    10.     R   07:00PM-9:45PM
      BBB 129
      Falcone, C 1

      CRN: 79794
      Section: D31
      Date Range: 08/29-12/12

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    11.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      WARD 108
      Galic, W 4

      CRN: 71436
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    12.        
      WEB
      Galic, W 4

      CRN: 71437
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    13.    W    01:00PM-3:45PM
      SNOD 118
      Aube, W 0

      CRN: 79012
      Section: P31
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    14.   T     07:00PM-9:45PM
      FSM 107
      Cannon, J 6

      CRN: 79013
      Section: P32
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    15.       S 01:00PM-3:45PM
      SNOD 117
      Gray, D 15

      CRN: 79014
      Section: P33
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
    Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

  4. A110 *Intro to Gerontology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      02:30PM-3:45PM
      PSB 210C
      Jache, A 12

      CRN: 74832
      Section: 801
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      A multidisciplinary course that provides an introduction to gerontology. Covers many aspects of aging including those associated with biology, physiology, medical care, psychology, culture, sociology, and social policies.

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    A multidisciplinary course that provides an introduction to gerontology. Covers many aspects of aging including those associated with biology, physiology, medical care, psychology, culture, sociology, and social policies.

  5. A201 *Social Problems & Solutions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.      F  10:00AM-12:45PM
      SSB 224
      Pfeiffer, K 16

      CRN: 74833
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

  6. A202 *Social Institutions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      WEB
      Lack, A 1

      CRN: 80006
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Applies sociological perspectives, theories, and methodologies to the study of social institutions, including family, education, economy, government, and religion, to examine the ways in which social institutions shape the social organization of society.

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    Applies sociological perspectives, theories, and methodologies to the study of social institutions, including family, education, economy, government, and religion, to examine the ways in which social institutions shape the social organization of society.

  7. A251 *Crime and Delinquency 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      SSB 211
      Riley, J 19

      CRN: 74834
      Section: 651
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
      Crosslisted with JUST A251

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    3.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      SSB 211
      Barnes, M 0

      CRN: 74835
      Section: 652
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
      Crosslisted with JUST A251

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    Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
    Crosslisted with JUST A251

  8. A280 Contemporary Issues 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    07:00PM-9:45PM
      BBB 106
      Falcone, C 9

      CRN: 80648
      Section: D31
      Date Range: 08/28-12/11

      Analysis of contemporary social issues from a variety of sociological perspectives.
      Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in subtitle.

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    Analysis of contemporary social issues from a variety of sociological perspectives.
    Special Note: May be repeated twice for credit with a change in subtitle.

  9. A307 Demography 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 251
      Farrell, C 1

      CRN: 74836
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 09/24-12/14

      Analysis of world populations: growth and decline patterns, migratory trends and ecology; worldwide implications to current population growth; critical review of major theoretical contributions, with introduction to demographic methods.

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    Analysis of world populations: growth and decline patterns, migratory trends and ecology; worldwide implications to current population growth; critical review of major theoretical contributions, with introduction to demographic methods.

  10. A347 Sociology of Religion 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      UC 143
      Pfeiffer, K 20

      CRN: 74838
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      The study of the historical development and functional significance of religion, values , and forms of institutions, groups, reform movements, and their influence on social organization.
      Special Note: Offered Spring Semesters.

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    The study of the historical development and functional significance of religion, values , and forms of institutions, groups, reform movements, and their influence on social organization.
    Special Note: Offered Spring Semesters.

  11. A361 Social Sci Research Methods 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      SSB 250
      Pfeiffer, K 3

      CRN: 74839
      Section: 651
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Provides a firm grounding in rigorous and ethical social science research. Examines various social science research methods, including surveys, experiments, content analyses, interviews and focus groups, and explores methodological challenges, such as hypothesis testing, measurement issues and sampling strategies.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.
      Crosslisted with PS A361.

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    Provides a firm grounding in rigorous and ethical social science research. Examines various social science research methods, including surveys, experiments, content analyses, interviews and focus groups, and explores methodological challenges, such as hypothesis testing, measurement issues and sampling strategies.
    Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.
    Crosslisted with PS A361.

  12. A363 Social Stratification 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 315
      Edwards, N 12

      CRN: 74840
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Overview of social inequality across multiple dimensions such as wealth, power, prestige, race, sex, and class. Describes changing stratification patterns and investigates the causes and consequences of inequality.

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    Overview of social inequality across multiple dimensions such as wealth, power, prestige, race, sex, and class. Describes changing stratification patterns and investigates the causes and consequences of inequality.

  13. A380 Sociology of Globalization 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      SSB 251
      Kilic, Z 15

      CRN: 79033
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Globalization refers to a variety of political, economic, cultural and social changes which transform the world through increasingly interconnected flows of information, capital, goods, services, labor and culture in dense global networks. This course covers the processes and consequences of globalization through an interdisciplinary framework.

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    Globalization refers to a variety of political, economic, cultural and social changes which transform the world through increasingly interconnected flows of information, capital, goods, services, labor and culture in dense global networks. This course covers the processes and consequences of globalization through an interdisciplinary framework.

  14. A402 Social Theory 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      SSB 213
      Riley, J 11

      CRN: 74841
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/08

      Historical and contemporary approaches to social theory; analysis of conceptual frameworks applied to the study of society and social interaction.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

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    Historical and contemporary approaches to social theory; analysis of conceptual frameworks applied to the study of society and social interaction.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

  15. A487 Sociology Practicum 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Kilic, Z 8

      CRN: 74843
      Section: 601
      Date Range: 08/26-12/14

      Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

* - Course meets a GER requirement

 

Summer Semester 2013

  1. Sociology (SOC)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101 *Introduction to Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M      06:00PM-10:00PM
      ER 220
      Gray, D 27

      CRN: 52069
      Section: 491
      Date Range: 05/20-08/03

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    3.        
      DISTANCE
      Kilic, Z 9

      CRN: 52070
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/20-06/24

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
    Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

  4. A201 *Social Problems & Solutions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Pfeiffer, K 6

      CRN: 52072
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/20-06/24

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    3.        
      WEB
      Lack, A 15

      CRN: 53178
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 05/20-08/03

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

  5. A310 Sociology Of Aging 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Jache, A 12

      CRN: 52074
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/20-08/03

      A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
      Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

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    A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
    Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

  6. A351 *Political Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Burnett, G 4

      CRN: 52075
      Section: 551
      Date Range: 05/20-06/24

      Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
      Crosslisted with PS A351.

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    Introduction to the social aspects of politics and the nature and distribution of power in society. Examination of the dynamic relationship of the political process and the institutions of society.
    Crosslisted with PS A351.

  7. A407 Formal Organizations 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      DISTANCE
      Pfeiffer, K 22

      CRN: 52076
      Section: 501
      Date Range: 05/20-06/24

      Examines formal organizations as social structures created for the purposes of acquiring, distributing, manipulating, maintaining, expanding and legitimizing power. Explores the theory, language and methodology of organizational studies. Considers organizational interrelationships among purposes, structures, functions, members and stakeholders. Historical framework and contemporary models of organizational theory and behavior are analyzed.
      Registration Restrictions: Prior completion of 6 credit required Social Science GER.

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    Examines formal organizations as social structures created for the purposes of acquiring, distributing, manipulating, maintaining, expanding and legitimizing power. Explores the theory, language and methodology of organizational studies. Considers organizational interrelationships among purposes, structures, functions, members and stakeholders. Historical framework and contemporary models of organizational theory and behavior are analyzed.
    Registration Restrictions: Prior completion of 6 credit required Social Science GER.

  8. A487 Sociology Practicum 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      TBA 3

      CRN: 52077
      Section: 301
      Date Range: 05/20-08/03

      Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

* - Course meets a GER requirement

 

Spring Semester 2013

  1. Sociology (SOC)

  2. Course Number Course Name Credits
  3. A101 *Introduction to Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      ADM 142
      Kilic, Z 10

      CRN: 33414
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    3.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 110
      Jache, A 27

      CRN: 33415
      Section: 002
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    4.  M W    04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 253
      Pfeiffer, K 11

      CRN: 33416
      Section: 003
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    5.      F  10:00AM-1:15PM
      BMH 104
      Fledderjohann, J 32

      CRN: 36746
      Section: 004
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    6.       S 11:00AM-2:15PM
      SSB 213
      Pfeiffer, K 24

      CRN: 33417
      Section: 005
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    7.  M W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      AHS 106
      Fledderjohann, J 25

      CRN: 33418
      Section: 006
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    8.   T R   02:30PM-3:45PM
      SSB 211
      Farrell, C 0

      CRN: 33419
      Section: 007
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    9.  M W    11:30AM-12:45PM
      SSB 213
      Fledderjohann, J 15

      CRN: 33420
      Section: 008
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    10.  M W    01:00PM-2:15PM
      RH 117
      Edwards, N 1

      CRN: 38407
      Section: 009
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    11.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      RH 110
      Jache, A 26

      CRN: 38408
      Section: 010
      Date Range: 01/15-04/29

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    12.        
      DISTANCE
      Kilic, Z 4

      CRN: 33423
      Section: 202
      Date Range: 01/14-05/04

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    13.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      WARD 116
      Lack, A 11

      CRN: 36577
      Section: I10
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    14.        
      WEB
      Galic, W 1

      CRN: 36578
      Section: IWB
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    15.    W    01:00PM-3:45PM
      FSM 205
      Aube, W 0

      CRN: 38780
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    16.   T     07:00PM-9:45PM
      FSM 205
      Cannon, J 0

      CRN: 38781
      Section: P12
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    17.       S 01:00PM-3:45PM
      SNOD 117
      Gray, D 0

      CRN: 38950
      Section: P13
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    18.    W    01:00PM-3:40PM
      BYVW B102
      Partridge, B 4

      CRN: 39267
      Section: R10
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

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    Introduction to science of humans as social animals, emphasizing social processes which give rise to and shape human's language, experiences, perception, meaning, and behavior. Multiple frameworks used in understanding and predicting human behavior.
    Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.

  4. A201 *Social Problems & Solutions 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     05:30PM-8:15PM
      SSB 211
      Pfeiffer, K 23

      CRN: 33424
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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      DISTANCE
      Pfeiffer, K 4

      CRN: 36743
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/14-05/04

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    4.     R   07:00PM-9:45PM
      BBB 106
      Falcone, C 5

      CRN: 39392
      Section: D11
      Date Range: 01/17-05/02

      Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

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    Survey of contemporary social problems. Focuses on the causes and consequences of social problems and examines processes through which social problems are identified, prioritized, and addressed.

  5. A251 *Crime and Delinquency 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    08:30AM-9:45AM
      SSB 224
      Chamard, S 0

      CRN: 36742
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
      Crosslisted with JUST A251

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    3.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      SSB 251
      Payne, T 0

      CRN: 33425
      Section: 052
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
      Crosslisted with JUST A251

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    4.    W    07:00PM-9:45PM
      FSM 205
      Watts, T 2

      CRN: 38783
      Section: P11
      Date Range: 01/14-05/06

      Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
      Crosslisted with JUST A251

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    Theoretical perspectives on the causes, consequences, and control of crime and delinquency. Survey of the major theoretical perspectives in the study of crime and delinquency with special attention to the application of empirical research methods to important theoretical issues.
    Crosslisted with JUST A251

  6. A308 Sociology of Law 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   08:30AM-9:45AM
      ESH 206
      Riley, J 28

      CRN: 33426
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Theoretical perspectives on law and social institutions with an introduction to relevant empirical research.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

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    Theoretical perspectives on law and social institutions with an introduction to relevant empirical research.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior standing.

  7. A309 Urban Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 213
      Farrell, C 10

      CRN: 36741
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Examines the social, cultural, demographic, and institutional components of metropolitan growth, suburbanization, and urban inequality. Designed to provide a multilevel perspective by addressing both macro- and micro-level phenomena ranging from large-scale urban development to small-scale urban ways of life.

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    Examines the social, cultural, demographic, and institutional components of metropolitan growth, suburbanization, and urban inequality. Designed to provide a multilevel perspective by addressing both macro- and micro-level phenomena ranging from large-scale urban development to small-scale urban ways of life.

  8. A310 Sociology Of Aging 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.    W    02:30PM-3:45PM
      SSB 118
      Jache, A 11

      CRN: 33427
      Section: 201
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
      Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

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    A comparative analysis of the social status and role of the aging in various societies with emphasis on problems of aging in contemporary U.S.
    Registration Restrictions: SOC A110 for Gerontology Minors.

  9. A361 Social Sci Research Methods 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   11:30AM-12:45PM
      RH 110
      Farrell, C -3

      CRN: 33429
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Provides a firm grounding in rigorous and ethical social science research. Examines various social science research methods, including surveys, experiments, content analyses, interviews and focus groups, and explores methodological challenges, such as hypothesis testing, measurement issues and sampling strategies.
      Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.
      Crosslisted with PS A361.

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    Provides a firm grounding in rigorous and ethical social science research. Examines various social science research methods, including surveys, experiments, content analyses, interviews and focus groups, and explores methodological challenges, such as hypothesis testing, measurement issues and sampling strategies.
    Special Note: Offered Fall and Spring Semesters.
    Crosslisted with PS A361.

  10. A362 Social Science Statistics 4.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W F  04:00PM-5:15PM
      SSB 211
      Edwards, N 5

      CRN: 33430
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/14-03/08

      Provides a foundation in descriptive and inferential statistics used in social science research. Students identify appropriate statistics, calculate statistics manually and with SPSS, and interpret each statistic.
      Crosslisted with PSY A362

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    Provides a foundation in descriptive and inferential statistics used in social science research. Students identify appropriate statistics, calculate statistics manually and with SPSS, and interpret each statistic.
    Crosslisted with PSY A362

  11. A370 Medical Sociology 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.  M W    10:00AM-11:15AM
      SSB 250
      Fledderjohann, J 18

      CRN: 36745
      Section: 051
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Provides a historical and contemporary overview of selected social, political, and economic factors that influence the provision of health care in America. Focuses on the relationship between health care and race, sex, social stratification, and geographical location. Brief international comparisons with alternative for-profit and not-for-profit national health care systems.
      Special Note: Offered Alternate Fall Semesters.
      Crosslisted with HS A370.

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    Provides a historical and contemporary overview of selected social, political, and economic factors that influence the provision of health care in America. Focuses on the relationship between health care and race, sex, social stratification, and geographical location. Brief international comparisons with alternative for-profit and not-for-profit national health care systems.
    Special Note: Offered Alternate Fall Semesters.
    Crosslisted with HS A370.

  12. A402 Social Theory 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   01:00PM-2:15PM
      BMH 215
      Riley, J 7

      CRN: 33431
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Historical and contemporary approaches to social theory; analysis of conceptual frameworks applied to the study of society and social interaction.
      Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

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    Historical and contemporary approaches to social theory; analysis of conceptual frameworks applied to the study of society and social interaction.
    Registration Restrictions: Junior or senior standing.

  13. A408 Sociology of Race & Ethnicity 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T     02:30PM-5:15PM
      BMH 110
      Kilic, Z 14

      CRN: 33432
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Present status of ethnic, religious and national minorities and their changing sociological, economic, and political status.
      Special Note: Offered Spring Semesters.

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    Present status of ethnic, religious and national minorities and their changing sociological, economic, and political status.
    Special Note: Offered Spring Semesters.

  14. A487 Sociology Practicum 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.        
      ARR
      Kilic, Z 4

      CRN: 33433
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-05/04

      Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
      Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
      Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

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    Student participates in field research project and/or community action/agency program that applies sociological training toward the amelioration of specific social problems. Student will attend a seminar, class, or individual meeting with the faculty member on a weekly basis and complete six hours in the field on an approved project or program. All students will be expected to participate in the design of the practicum, and to complete a term paper or progress report.
    Special Note: May be repeated once for credit.
    Registration Restrictions: Faculty permission.

  15. A488 *Capstone Seminar 3.0
    1. Days Time Location Instructor Open Seats
    2.   T R   10:00AM-11:15AM
      BMH 201
      Riley, J 3

      CRN: 33434
      Section: 001
      Date Range: 01/14-04/29

      Overview of the discipline emphasizing synthesis of theory and research, critical reflection and evaluation, and recent developments in sociology with social action. Particular emphasis will be given to the integration of sociology with other social sciences.
      Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses and senior standing.

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    Overview of the discipline emphasizing synthesis of theory and research, critical reflection and evaluation, and recent developments in sociology with social action. Particular emphasis will be given to the integration of sociology with other social sciences.
    Registration Restrictions: Completion of GER Tier 1 (basic college-level skills) courses and senior standing.

* - Course meets a GER requirement