SOC.1102 - Social Problems (3)
Offers students the opportunity to examine societal impact and process of identification; use critical thinking skills for analysis of causation and exploration of potential solutions to present day problems in contemporary societies such as crime and delinquency, discrimination and racism, education, familial issues, government, physical and mental health, poverty, roots of group inequality, war and environmental issues. Explores significance and current policies and action.
Course Outline - Social Problems [pdf]
Minnesota Transfer Curriculum Goal Area(s): 05, 07
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|Notes: Completely Online Course|