SOC250: 14-week online course. See start and end dates listed above. Once proctored test is required that may be taken on-campus or through an approved remote testing location. Students will receive an e-mail prior to the start of the course. Please check Canvas at the start of the course for syllabus and orientation. High speed Internet access strongly recommended.
SOC 250 Social Problems
Prerequisites: SOC101 with a grade of "C" or better and reading proficiency.
Social Problems offers a sociological examination of prevalent social problems facing American society. Theoretical perspectives and research into the causes and consequences of social problems including poverty, healthcare, mental health, substance abuse, delinquency & crime, environmental issues, gender and racial inequality, population, and other social problems will be explored, leading to consideration of strategies for social change. (F,S,O)
Core42 MOTR SOCI 201 Social Problems
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