SOC 2120 Social Problems

SOC 2120 Social Problems (4 hours)

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This course uses sociological perspectives to emphasize the interconnection between individuals, social structure, social forces, and social problems. Students enlist a sociological focus to study and assess what constitutes a "social problem," what causes a social problem, and how selected social problems are addressed. The requirements of the 2120 course are the same as the 1120 course EXCEPT that students in the higher course number complete a 20 hour service-learning component which fulfills an experimental learning requirement of the Archway Curriculum.
(Normally offered once a year.)

Archway Curriculum: Essential Connections: Experiential Learning: Exploratory