SOC General Education Courses

The Sociology Department offers a wide range of courses in the General Education curriculum. Many students who are not sociology majors find our General Education courses stimulating and provocative. Majors and minors are able to take these courses to simultaneously fulfill General Education and major/minor requirements.  

Foundations: Social and Behavioral Sciences

SOC 201 Introduction to Sociology

SOC 205 (US) Social Problems

Cultures: World Perspectives

SOC/WGS 350 Family and Gender in the Developing World

Cultures: U.S. Diversity

SOC 205 (SBS) Social Problems

SOC/WGS 317 (I-I) Sociology of Gender

SOC/WGS 318 (I-I) Sociology of Sexuality

SOC 323 Families in Society

SOC 381 Class, Race, Gender, and Sexuality

SOC 382 (I-HR) Race and Ethnicity

SOC 420 (I-I) Sociology of Community

Issues (Specific Issue in parentheses)

SOC/WGS 317 (US) Sociology of Gender (Identity)

SOC/WGS 318 (US) Sociology of Sexuality (identity)

SOC/WGS 350 (W) Family and Gender in the Developing World (Identity)

SOC 351 Urban Sociology (Sustainability)

SOC 355 Sociology of Work and Employment (Globalization)

SOC/LIB 366 American Society and Media (Information, Innovation, and Technology)

SOC 382 (US) Race and Ethnicity (Human Rights)

SOC 420 (US) Sociology of Community (Identity)



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