SOC 231 - Social Problems

Credit Hours: 3

This course examines contemporary social problems from a sociological perspective, exploring how members of society determine what are social problems and how these perceptions vary from society to society and over time. The problems examined in this course are related to economic inequality, racial and ethnic inequality, inequalities based on gender, sex, and sexuality, and inequalities related to environmental hazards and climate change.


SOC 101 or ANTH 112

Course Offered Online: Yes