CONTEMPORARY SOCIAL ISSUES

SOC* 201

Systematic analysis of selected social problems that pertain to contemporary
American social structure, with emphasis upon sociological concepts and theories.
Race relations, urbanization, crime, population, drug addiction, and the welfare
state. Formerly listed as SOC 202, not open to students who have successfully
completed SOC 202. Prerequisite: SOC* 101. (Students enrolling in this course are
required to conduct 25 hours of service learning. Please consult an academic
advisor or program coordinator regarding service learning requirements.)