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peoples, and the plight of Indochinese refugees 1 Wo offered as ANTH

273; DIB) not he taken for duplicate credit)

s()( 274 (ultural Area Studies: Latin America 3c-OI-3cr

An introduction to the peoples and cultures of Latin America focuses on

the prehistor) and development of pre-Columbian complex societies in
Mesoamerica and the Andes and analyzes the impact of European
colonialism on these major regions \|so examines contemporar) issues,
such as civil wars, economic development, rural-urban migrations, and
migration and immigration ol I atin \mencan peoples into the United
States 1 VlS0 offered as Will 274; ma) not he taken for duplicate credit)

SOC 281 Special Topics sar-1-.'cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum A gi\en topic max be offered under
an) special topic identit) no more than three times Special topics
numbered 281 are offered primarit) for lower-level undergraduate students.



sot 286 Marriage, Klnihlp, and the Famil) '< 01 lei

Sociological and anthropoli

and famil) hie. with emphasis on (h, ,;. between famil) pall'

and othei social institutions topics include the famil) and marriage in
historical and comparative perspective; worldwide pan
strati ficatii ivoidance ■ imil)

and love; parenthood and child 1

and sexual \iolencc. alternative famil) lifestyles; and the current crisis and

possible future of the famil) Intended lot a broad audience but also open to
sociolog) and anthropology majors and minoi '.III

286 mas not he taken lot duplicate credit)

SO< '14 N.him xmiiu.iiis <. Ill-.lcr

A sur\c\ oi culture history and culture area characteristics ol Native
Americans ol North Vmerica \ detailed stud) ol representative groups

related to historical, functional, anil ecological concepts

sot 320 Sociological rheorj lc-#l-3cr

Prerequisites: SO< 151 anil second-semester sophomore standing
A detailed miih\ ol the historical development ol sociological theory from
the mid-nineteenth century to the present I reals the classical theorists
Marx, Durkheim and Weber and such contemporary theoretical school
functionalism, Marxian and Weheiian conflict theory, cultural materialism.
social evolutionism, rational choice theory, symbolic inleractionism.
ethnomethodology, SOciobiolOgy, structuralism, and postmodernism Stu-
dents are encouraged to take this course in the second semester ol their
sophomore year or during their junior year

sot 333 Delinquenc) and youth )c-OI-3cr

Prerequisite: S0< 151

A studs of social and cultural factors involved in various youth lifestyles,

including delinquency. Cross-cultural and historical approach used in a
review of social norms, social control, and socialization institutions and
community -based programs for rehabilitation

SO( 335 Alcohol and Drug Abuse 3c-0l-.^cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

I xaimnes the social issues and problems of alcohol and drug misuse in
American societ) Legal and illegal substances are considered, and the
causes of substance abuse as well as alternatives are examined

sot 336 Sociology of the Famil) 3c-OI-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

A sociological studs of the famil) from various theoretical viewpoints.
Special emphasis is on the contemporary American family. Covers a sa-
nds of topics, such as mate selection, power relationships and roles in the
family, parent-child interaction, marital satisfaction, divorce, and others.

sot 337 World Societies and World Systems 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: One of the following; .Will 110, ICON 101 or 121.
GEOG 230, HIST 202, PLS( l01or282,S(X 151
A detailed analysis of the evolution of human societies, ssith special em-
phasis on the modern ssorld system of societies that began to emerge in the
sixteenth century and that has since expanded to include the entire globe.
lopus include societies during the preindustnal era: the emergence of
modem capitalism in the sixteenth century: relations between deseloped
and less-des eloped societies in the modem ssorld; the ascent and decline of
nation-States in the modem ssorld. the current plight of the Third World,
the rise and demise of socialism in the tsscntieth century, and sanoiis
scenarios for the human future.

SOC 340 Sociolog) of Industrx 3c-OI-3cr

Prerequisite: SOt 151

An examination oi industrial organizations and their environments. Pro-
duction systems analyzed in terms of different forms of organization, e.g..
bureaucratic, power-equilibrium, and worker-participation. Special attention
paid to ssho defines production, boss such definitions are legitimized, and
floss constraints are placed on such definitions b> union and other political
organizations



SOC A4 1 Sociolog) "f Kducation

Prerequisite: S( >C 151



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I xamines the place of education in society Special attention is given to
the development of education in Amenta and its relation to political and

economic phenomena. Some attention is given to education in other
industrial and agrarian societies.

SOC 342 Social and Cultural Aspects of Health and

Medicine 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: 6cr in Sociology or Anthropology
A review of the fields of medical sociology and anthropology. I ocuses on
Mich topics as health and illness in cross-cultural context, aging, social and
psychological aspects of pain, and social organization of health facilities
and services. Definitions of limits of '"life" and "death" in context of
holistic health.

SOC 345 Interpersonal Dynamics 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

A study of the interaction between and among individuals and groups in
various social settings. Emphasizes self-understanding, small groups,
socialization, social influence and compliance, person perception.
collective behavior, and mass communication.

SOC 348 Sociology of Work 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Focuses upon the sociological examination of the various tonus of labor,
employment, and unemployment present in industrial societies. Examines
the nature of work and unemployment in the modern era and how these
forms arc being transformed m the present period.

SOC 352 Sociology of Religion 3c-0l-3er

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Nature, role, and function of religious phenomena in human societies are
explored with special attention to certain critical issues as they relate to
religion and politics and religion and economies. Examines some funda-
mental modes of religious life including ritual forms and mythic expres-
sions. Includes other themes such as revitalization movements and
processes of secularization in modem societies.

SOC 357 Sociology of Aging 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

An introduction to various problems faced in the process of growing older.
Attitudes of society toward elderly and social and cultural impact of an
aging U.S. population examined.

SOC 361 Social Stratification 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Examines leading perspectives in the major sociological subfield of social
stratification. Attention drawn to different ways of ranking people in
human societies, issues concerning the distribution of income and wealth.
the role of political power in detennining who gets what, ami the causes
and consequences of social inequality for specific groups.

SOC 362 Racial and Kthnic Minorities 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Examines from a historical and comparative perspective the experiences
of minority groups, with special emphasis on economic and political domi-
nation, stereotyping, prejudice, and discrimination. Discusses techniques of
majority group domination and the responses of minority groups. Explores
various reasons for the different rales and patterns of assimilation

SOC 363 Sociology of Gender 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Explores current perspectives on the situations faced by women and men.
primanK in the United Stales. Examines issues such as the impact of sex
and gender on socialization, the construction of knowledge, intimate
relationships, paid work, family relationships, health, and issues ol change.

SOC 387 Social and Cultural Change 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

An exploration of current theoretical perspectives on social and cultural
change Special attention given to planned change at the local oi regional
level. (( tITered as SOC 303 prior to 200



SOC 391 Foundations ot Sociological Practice 3c-01-3er

Prerequisites: S( l( |S|

Develops an understanding of how to use micro and macro sociological
theory n> analyze, assess, and diagnose human problems Employing case

studies, prepares students to do casework and to help solve interpersonal.

group and organizational problems. Also seeks to acquaint students with

the broader piolession.il activity ol human services. Recommended

prerequisite corequisite sue 320. (Offered as SOC 301 prior to 2008-09)

SOC 392 Clinical Sociological Practice 3c-(ll-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 391

Prepares the student lo effect constructive change within indi\ iduals.
groups, families, and communities. Draws its analysis, diagnosis, and
methods from the foundations of sociological theory at the level ol intcr-
vention with clients It is strongly recommended thai students have at least
(. M i( credits ill their specialized area prior to taking SOC 342 other than
SOC 151, 320, 460 and 4(.l (Offered as SOC 302 prior to 2O08-O 1 ))

SOC 421 Sociology of Mass Media 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: S( >< 151

Examines the development of mass media as dominant cultural forms
within advanced industrial societies in the twenty-first century. Emphasizes
critical understanding of the sociohistorical development, the underlying
assumptions, and the social implications of the advance of mass media.

SOC 427 Social Perspectives on Intimate Partner

Violence 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Considers the range of theoretical explanations from a social perspective
for the pervasive violence between intimate partners. Particularly
examines the research on intimate partner violence and the implications ol
this research for programs and policies assisting both the victim and the
abuser. (Titled Spouse Abuse prior to 2007-08)

SOC 428 Child Abuse 3c-(ll-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Examines the prevalence, causes, and social implications of physical,
sexual, emotional, and neglect forms of child abuse in society. Child abuse is
studied from the individual, family, and societal level perspectives. Poten-
tial intervention strategies will also be considered.

SOC 448 Social Welfare Policv 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Focuses on the formation of social welfare programs in the U.S.. current
social policv issues, and debates between conservative, liberal, and social
democratic policv analysts Special attention drawn to various social prob-
lems and a range of social policies designed to ameliorate the economic
disadvantages of single individuals, single parents, and two-parent Families
Also devoted to understanding the relationship between social policv.
research, and implementation.

SOC 452 Disability and Socictv 3( (ll-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 151

Analyzes disability from a sociological perspective. Includes consideration
of historical and current views of disability and a review of related concepts
from the fields of medical sociology and the sociology of deviance Uso

includes an analvsis of the effects ol disabilities on indh iduals and families
through the life course and a consideration of related ethical, economic,
political, and social policy issues I niphasi/cs disability as a social
construction

SOC 456 Field Research Methods 3c-ul-3cr

Prerequisite: SOC 4d0 or permission

An examination of methods and practice of sociology and anthropology in

the areas of qualitative and field methods ( onccntratcs upon the develop-
ment ol field notes, interviewing techniques, participant observation, etc
Qualitative methods of Sampling and analvsis includes theoretical sampling

ami analytic induction. Brief background research into community,

organizational and group structure will also be emphasized



SOC 457 Computer I so in Sociology
Prerequisite: Instructor permission



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Introduces the use ol mi< rocompulcn in mx ial scieit
rice 1 scs .1 variety ol software i"i > linical sociological applications as well
as quantitative analysis ol social scientific data Dicsc include client
information systems, field notes and downloading such note ■ cxt han
information between agencies, and statistical analyses Iim program
evaluation and forecasting

sot -i^s Political Sociology «. 01 <n

Prerequisite: SO< 151

\n examination <>i the social context ol powei and politics, with special
reference lo such topics as who controls the state and state policy; the role
of the state in stabilizing capitalism and protecting the powei ol the uppei
class; political activities ol the middle and uppei classes; and labor, civil
i ictit >. .iiul welfare rights social movements in Vmerica I specially
considers the problems ol conducting and implementing sot ial policy
research foi social change Cross-listed as PI SC 346

sot 4<.n Social Research Methods I 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisites: SOt 120 junioi standing

I it si in .i two course iikmIi.kK sequence I namines diverse research designs
used in die social sciences, i e . survey, field study, experiment, documen-
tary, .mil existing statistical data I ocuses both on logic and practice of
social research Student develops a research design to be implemented in
the second course in the research sequence.

mm 4(.i social Research Methods II 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisites: S| H 160, junioi standing

■ikI in a two-course methods sequence. Student implements the research
project developed during the lirsi course in this sequence. Primarily applied

arch, and students use the semester to collect and analyze their data and
u> prepare a final research report on their findings

sot -isii Sociology Seminar var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: Si H 151

\ seminal foi advanced students devoted to an intensive analysis of

specialized issues w uhin the discipline

sot -IS I Special lopics \ar-l-3cr

Prerequisite: Vs appropriate to course content

Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum A given topic maj be offered undei
an) special topic identity no more than three tunes Special topics
numbered 481 are offered primarily for upper-level undergraduate students

sot 4X2 Independent Studs var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: Prioi approval through advisor, faculty member,

depanment chairperson, dean, and Provost's Office

Pros ides an opportunitj to engage in an in-depth analysis of some topic
through consultation with a faculty member. A semester project ordinarily
expected Approval is based on academic appropriateness and availability
of resources,

sot 483 Honors I hesis \ar-l-6cr

Prerequisites: Admission to departmental honors program: prior
approval through advisor, faculty member, department chairperson, dean.
.uiA Provost's < Iffice

\n intensive, focused Study involving independent research culminating in
a written thesis approved h\ a thesis director and two faculty readers
committee members. Mas be taken more than once to a maximum of6sh.



sot 4S4 Readings in Sociology

Prerequisite: SOt 151

Directed readings on special topics in sociology.



var-l-3cr



sot 4"H Internship in Sociology var-3-12cr

Prerequisite: Prerequisites vary h> Hack Permission of internship
coordinator required GPA within Sociology ol - 5 or better.
Human Soviets Truck Prerequisites: Grade ol t oi better in Stic 151,

120, 391, 392, and her within sour substantive area
General Sociology Track Prerequisites: ( >\.^- oi ( or better in St >( 151,
^— 1». 361 or J62 or 363, and 9cr (6cr within sour substantive area! Vo/<
students w ho w ish to intern in a human sers ices agency must take St H $9 1
and 392



tppliedSot ml Restart h Trot k Prerequisites: Grad imhisui

!0 i''" 161 in. i I- 1 ■■ Him
Sociology of Disability Services Track Prerequisites: G\ better in

SIM III \ III

\ supervised exp i public oi privau organization tl

and c plemcni >l al the university

sowk: social Work

Dep.n Inn ill nl Sociology

College of Humanities ami Social Sciences



sowk :ttt Introductio Social Wort

Prerequisite: Will No oi Sot 151

An introduction to the I lation

SPAN: Spanish

Department ol Spanish

College of Humanities and Social Sciences



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SI'VN IIM Elementary Spanish I 4i-lll-4cr

For beginning students I he primary emphasis is on aural oral skills
Students leaxn u> converse and ask questions in simple present time and

become acquainted with location ol Hispanic populations and elements of

then daily lives Attendance is required Students may no) register tor ,.r

lake a I) I repeat in SPAN |0| when credit lias already been received lor a
higher-numbered SPAN couise

SPAN H)2 Elementary Spanish II 4c-0l-4cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 101, oi the equivalent as established by
departmental placement examination
\ continuation ol SPAN loi Students learn to express past and future time

au^\ continue to learn about Hispanic countries and their cultures. Atten-

e is required Students may not register lor or take a I) I repeat in
sl'\\ 1112 when credit has already been received foi a higher-numbered
SPAN couise

SPAN 121 Spanish for Health (are Professionals I 3c-0l-3cr

1 01 beginning students in nursing and other health-related programs The
primary emphasis is on aural oral skills Students learn to converse and ask
questions related to health care settings in simple present time and near fu-
ture 1 lies also become acquainted with Hispanic populations and elements

of their daily lives I lass and language lab attendance is required Student
may receive credit foi only one course from span 101, III. 121. or 131

SPAN 122 Spanish for Health Care Professionals II 3c-81-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 121 oi equivalent

\ continuation of SPAN 121 foi students in nursing and other health-
related programs The primary emphasis is on aural oral skills Students
learn to express past and future time in health care settings They read
articles about medical issues and short stones which concern health care
themes in Hispanic cultures ( lass and language lab attendance is required
Student may receive credit foi only one course from SPAN HO. 122. 132,
or 2 1 1 .

SPAN 131 Spanish for the Hospitality Industry I 3c-0l-3cr

Similar to SPAN 101 but wilh a special emphasis on the vocabulary and
structures used in the hospitality industry: hotel and restaurant manage-
ment, tourism, and marketing Class and language lab attendance is required.
Student may receive credit for only one course from SPAN 101. 111. 121.
or 131

sp\N H2 Spanish for the Hospitality Industry II 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 131 or equivalent

Similai to SPAN 102 but with a special emphasis on the vocabulary and
structures used in the hospitality industry hotel and restaurant manage-
ment, tourism, and marketing (lass and language lab attendance is required.
Student may receive credit for only one course from SPAN 102. 122. 132,
or 21 1.



spyN 2111 Intermediate Spanish
Prerequisite: sl*\N 1 02 or equivalent



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A continuation of previous work on listening, speaking, reading, and
writing skills. Students learn to function in everydaj situations, expressing

opinions and doubts and narrating and describing in present, past, and future
time. Exposure to cultural concepts through literary readings. Liberal
Studies credit is given Attendance is required. Student may not register for
or lake a D/F repeat in SPAN 201 when credit has already been received Km
a higher-numbered SPAN course.

SPAN 220 Intermediate Spanish Conversation and

Grammar 3c-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or equivalent

Intensive work on oral communication skills with emphasis on vocabulary
building, pronunciation, discourse strategies, and grammar review. (Offered
as SPAN 221 prior to 2004-05)

SPAN 222 Intermediate Spanish Conversation and
Grammar-Business 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or equivalent

Same as SPAN 220 but with a special emphasis on the vocabulary and
structures used in the business world. Substitutes for SPAN 22a

SP VN 223 Intermediate Spanish Conversation and

Grammar for Pre-Law, Criminology, and Social Services 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or equivalent

Similar to SPAN 220 but with a special emphasis on the vocabulary and

structures used in law enforcement, criminal justice, and social services.

Substitutes for SPAN 220.

SPAN 230 Intermediate Spanish Composition 3e-01-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 220 or equivalent; may be taken concurrently
Intensive practice in written expression in Spanish. Both communicative
and structural skills are stressed. Taught in Spanish. Required for all majors
and minors. Meets Liberal Studies requirement for a writing-intensive
course for majors.

sPVN 244 Modern Mexico 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisites: SPAN 201 or equivalent and participation in the
Mexico Summer Study Abroad Program

Taught in Mexico as part of the study abroad program; introduces the con-
temporary culture of the largest Spanish-speaking country in the world. A
historical perspective is provided within which to understand current phe-
nomena. Textbook readings are supplemented with readings from literary
works and current periodicals. Students gain firsthand experience both
through field trips and by living with a Mexican family. Taught in Spanish.

SPAN 260 Introduction to Hispanic Literature 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 230 or equivalent

A prerequisite for any 300- or 400-levcl course in Hispanic literatures. Pro-
vides the tools necessary for developing literary competence and combines
a study of literary genres and analysis with an introduction to the litera-
tures of Spain and Spanish America. Taught in Spanish. Required for all
majors and minors

SPAN 281 Special Topics var-l-3cr

Prerequisite: As appropriate to course content
Offered on an experimental or temporary basis to explore topics not
included in the established curriculum. A given topic may be offered undci
any special topic identity no more than three times. Special topics
numbered 281 are offered primarily for lower-level undergraduate students.

SPAN 290 Spanish for Klementary leaching 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 201 or equivalent oral proficiency rating. For
students enrolled in the FLISET Program. For Elementary Education and
Early Childhood Education PreK-Grade (> majors completing the I LISET
Program

Increases proficiency in Spanish and prepares student foi .in internship in
an elementary school abroad Emphasizes vocabulary acquisition and
Strengthening listening and speaking abilities in Spanish. Through in-class
interaction and practice in the language laboratory, Students improve
linguistic skills, learn the language necessary for dealing with elementary-
age children, and acquire basic vocabulary lor leaching the content areas ol
the elementary school curriculum.



spvn 340 Hispanic Civilization Through the Nineteenth
Century 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 230 or equivalent

An introduction to the significant aspects of the culture ol both Spain and
Spanish America. Elements lor explanation and discussion are drawn from
artistic, literary, religious, geographic, social, and political manifestations "I
Hispanic culture as these have revealed themselves through the nine-
teenth century. Taught in Spanish. Required for all majors and minors.

SPAN 342 Twentieth-Century Spanish ( ivilization and
Culture 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 230 or equivalent

An analysis of the major cultural trends in twentieth-century Spain as they
relate to its current problems, aspirations, and values I lements lor expla-
nation and discussion are drawn from artistic, literary, religious, geographic,
social, and political manifestations. Taught in Spanish: offered alternate
years. (May not duplicate credit for SPAN 382 taken in Valladolid)

SPAN 344 Twentieth-Century Spanish-American
(ivilization and Culture 3c-0l-3cr

Prerequisite: SPAN 230 or equivalent

An analysis of the major cultural trends in twentieth-century Spanish
America as they relate to its position in the world. Elements for explana-
tion and discussion are drawn from artistic, literary, religious, geographic,



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