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SOC 1010 - Introduction to Sociology : SOC 1010

Intro to Sociology (SOC 1010)


SOC-1010 Introduction to Sociology

Survey of sociological concepts and their application to culture, socialization, social organizations, and social change.

Course Outcomes

  • Apply major sociological concepts, theories, and perspectives.
  • Recognize research methods and tools used by sociologists to understand and explain human behavior.
  • Apply ethical principles inherent in research, teaching, and practice in the field of sociology.
  • Interpret sociological data using critical thinking skills.
  • Apply sociological concepts to personal, social, and organizational issues.
  • Identify information literacy methods and tools used to obtain sociological data.
  • Define cultural norms that influence social structure and social interaction.

Dr. Korey Brown
Department Chair

Address: Marlboro Hall, Room 2028
Phone: (301) 546-0526
Website: Social Sciences Department