Course Description

SOC.1101 - Introduction to Sociology (3)
Introduction to Sociology introduces the student to basic sociology concepts. Topics include: sociological theory, research, culture, socialization, groups and social stratification. In addition, the sociology of social class, gender, race, and family will be explored. Prerequisite: STSK 0090 or evidence of college level reading ability through assessment test or prior college coursework.

Course Outline - Introduction to Sociology [pdf]

Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 05

Course Availability

CRS ID SEC ENR WL MAX TIMES DAYS DATES LOCATION INSTRUCTOR
000208 83 20 0 60 10am~11:20am M W 8/27/18~12/20/18 MAIN53-115G Joel Vargas
000210 83 20 0 60 10am~11:20am M W 8/27/18~12/20/18 PIPBIL-205C Joel Vargas
000213 01 12 0 60 8:30am~9:50am T H 8/27/18~12/20/18 CLADCM-116 Joel Vargas
000215 83 20 0 60 10am~11:20am M W 8/27/18~12/20/18 CLADCM-214 Joel Vargas
000209 83 20 0 60 10am~11:20am M W 8/27/18~12/20/18 MAIN56-Y-121A Joel Vargas
001113 30 9 0 60 2pm~5pm M 8/31/18~12/20/18 ARR-ARR Joel Vargas
  Notes: This is a closed course for Blue 2 Brown students only.