Sociology(B.A.)
Sociology(Minor)

Anthropology (ANTH)

ANTH-1301 Introduction to Anthropology
Description
Variation in human thought and behavior is viewed in diverse cultural settings. The anthropological perspective on sociocultural processes at work in contemporary societies is presented. (Offered every semester.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities
ANTH-1304 Introduction to Classical Archaeology
Description
An introduction to the history of archaeological activity in the Mediterranean and archaeological theory and field techniques. Course will also examine major sites and monuments of ancient Greece and Rome. (Also listed as CLAS 1304.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-1305 Introduction to Prehistoric Archaeology
Description
Introduction to the methods and theories of prehistoric archaeology and the study of the origin and development of culture beginning with the earliest evidence and including the rise of complex societies known as civilizations in the Old and New Worlds. (Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-1309 Pirates, Merchants, and Marines: Seafaring in the Ancient Mediterranean
Description
This course explores how human relations with the sea affected the social, economic, military, political, and technological aspects of life in the ancient Mediterranean littoral. Evidence includes hulls and cargoes of shipwrecks, harbor- works, inscriptions, graffiti, wall paintings and mosaics, literary texts, and gravestones. A central focus will be an introduction to the methodology and technologies of archaeology, but the subject matter of this course and the nature of the discipline of maritime archaeology incorporate methodologies and substance also from the fields of Anthropology, Ethnography, Physical Sciences, Engineering, Art History, History and Geography. (Also listed as CLAS 1309.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ANTH-2091 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
0 credits
Level
Lower Division
ANTH-2191 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Lower Division
ANTH-2291 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
2 credits
Level
Lower Division
ANTH-2310 Human Evolution
Description
Human evolution studied through fossil and archaeological evidence; description and explanation of modern human biological variation; and the study of non-human primates in order to develop perspectives on the human capacity for culture. (Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-2339 Health, Illness, and Society
Description
This course introduces students to medical anthropology and the sociology of health and illness. The course focuses on 1) factors influencing morbidity/mortality and health/well-being and the forces conditioning the uneven distribution of these states; 2) cross-cultural experiences and meanings of health and illness; 3) the wide range of strategies, techniques, ways of knowing and apprehending, treating, and preventing sickness, of which contemporary biomedicine is but one. (Offered every Fall.) (Also listed as SOCI 2339.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
ANTH-2357 Humans and the Environment
Description
The seminar will analyze humans' relationship with the natural environment. It will first focus on cultural adaptation to natural resources, with case studies drawn from African foragers, South American gardeners, and Asian farmers. The course will also analyze the effects of contemporary development, focusing on the destruction of the rainforest. The class will try to create new models for development from indigenous peoples' use of tropical resources. (Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-2391 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
ANTH-2401 The Anthropological Imagination
Description
This course provides students a comprehensive understanding of anthropology as an academic discipline, focusing on anthropologists and what they do. Rather than read a text or abstract debates, the class studies specific anthropologists and the classic ethnographies they wrote concerning non-Western cultures, looking at how each work was shaped by the particular life and time of the author. Classic studies will be chosen from each of the major periods in anthropology's history : from functionalism and structuralism to more recent work in Marxist, feminist, and interpretive anthropology. (Offered Every Spring)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ANTH-2491 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
ANTH-3159 Social Research Skills Workshop
Description
A hands-on workshop integrating new research methods with emerging social scientific software. Attention will be given to the analysis of qualitative, quantitative, and spatial data using computer software, along with developing research skills in interviewing, survey collection, and creating databases. Must be taken concurrently with ANTH 3359. (Also listed as SOCI 3159.) (Offered every Fall.) Prerequisite: At least 6 hours completed in SOCI and/or ANTH.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3171 Anthropology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3172 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 3-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3173 Archaeological Fieldwork
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor, and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3190 Anthropology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3191 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3271 Anthropology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3272 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 3-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3290 Anthropology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3291 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3301 Global Health
Description
This three-hour course considers critical concepts associated with global health including the importance of culture to health, determinants of health, and how the organization of health systems affects health. The relationship of demographics to epidemiology will be discussed as they define the global burden of disease. Specific topics introduced in the course include the environment and health, children and maternal health, both communicable and noncommunicable diseases, and unintentional injuries. A semester-long project will consider how policy and programs can be brought together to address a global health issue. (Also listed as INTL 3301 and SOCI 3301.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3329 Sexuality and Society
Description
An investigation of the social construction and regulation of sexuality across cultures and through time. This perspective on sexuality look at social, rather than biological or personal, explanations for how human sexuality is practiced. Specific topics may include queer studies, queer communities, and HIV/AIDS in society. (Also listed as SOCI 3329)(Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology or Anthropology
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-3335 Pre-Columbian Art of Mesoamerica
Description
This course is a survey of the art of the ancient peoples of Mesoamerica. It will examine the art of a variety of major groups, including the Olmec, the Maya, the Toltec, the Zapotec, the Mixtec, and the Aztec, as well as other indigenous peoples of Western Mexico and the Gulf Coast. (Also listed as ARTH 3335.) (Offered every other year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3340 Eating and Drinking in the Nineteenth Century
Description
This course focuses on food commodities of the 1800s to provide insight into the cultural traditions, politics, working conditions, social class, gender, and racial tensions of the 19th century. Many of these edible goods have deep histories beginning in prehistoric times, which come to a head during the 19th and early 20th century when they become major food commodities on the world market. In this course, we will draw upon literature from anthropology, history, and food studies to examine how food commodities reflect the revolutionary and tumultuous times of the nineteenth century and reveal a great deal about the daily lives of their producers, traders, and consumers. (Offered every other year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-3343 Relaciones Fronterzas Mexico-Estados Unidos (bilingue)
Description
In this seminar we will examine a variety of social, cultural, political, and economic phenomena that characterize the Mexico-United States border region. Includes an optional overnight excursion to communities located on the international boundary itself. This course is part of Spanish across the Curriculum component of Trinity University's International Studies Program. It is conducted bilingually in Spanish and English, i.e. in both languages of the Mexico-U.S. border region. Competence in speaking, reading, writing, and listening in both Spanish and English is a requirement for participation in the course. (Also listed as LAC 3343 and SOCI 3343.)(Offered occasionally.) Prerequisites: Completion of SPAN 2302 or equivalent Spanish competence
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3345 International Issues in Health and the Environment
Description
This course explores social factors, such as inequality and power, in creating environmental conditions that affect global health, focusing on marginalized regions and people. Case studies will explore historical colonization and urbanization and control of natural resources, in their degradation of the environment, effects of climate change, and risks to human and environmental health. (Also listed as SOCI 3345.)(Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in SOCI or ANTH.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3355 HIV/AIDS: Nature, Power, Populations
Description
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It examines the biological, historical, sociocultural, political, economic, ethical, and technological dimensions of the current epidemic, drawing from work in anthropology, sociology, the history of science/medicine, philosophy, epidemiology, and public health. (Offered every other Spring.) (Also listed as SOCI 3355.) Prerequisites: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH or SOCI.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3356 Seminar on the Ancient Maya
Description
This course surveys the culture of the ancient Maya, including material culture, as well as mythology, calendrics, art, and writing. It will cover several ancient Maya sites in depth, as well as the contact period and the contemporary Maya. (Offered every other year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3359 Social Research Design
Description
An introduction to the basic research techniques used in the social sciences with an emphasis on research design , data collection, and analysis. This course will include an overview of common methods within the social sciences, including ethnography, qualitative interviews, secondary data analysis, content analysis, and survey methods. ANTH 3159 must be take concurrently. (Also listed as SOCI 3359.)(Offered every Fall.) Prerequisite: At least 6 hours completed in SOCI and/or ANTH.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3367 South American Indigenous Peoples: Conquest and Development
Description
The impact of colonialism and development on tropical forest and Andean Indian societies in South America with emphasis on the influence of native social and cultural systems in these groups' relations with national societies and international economies. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3368 Anthropological Ethics
Description
This course will analyze ethical case studies and their ramifications in socio-cultural anthropology, physical anthropology, and archeology. Case studies will range from historical incidents that shaped the ethics of current anthropology to ethical dilemmas of practitioners in the field today. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3371 Anthropology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3372 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 3-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3373 Archaeological Fieldwork
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor, and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3390 Anthropology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3391 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3424 Crime and Criminal Justice
Description
This course examines the causes of crime, as well as how we treat the problem of crime and try to prevent it. We will examine what crime and the criminal justice system look like in the United States in comparison to other countries and what criminologist believe are the causes of different types of crime. Through case studies, we will also look at some critical perspectives on mainstream beliefs about the causes of crime. (Offered every other year.)(Also listed as SOCI 3424.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-3427 Race in America
Description
A study of relations between dominant and subaltern racial groups in the United States and other American republics. Special attention will be paid to the social construction of racial categories and the ways in which societies are stratified on the basis of nationality and racial group membership. The evolving dynamics of race relations will be considered with regard to matters of power, prestige, immigration, citizenship, and identity-formation. Various forms of contemporary racism and means of combating them will also be examined. (Offered every other year.) (Also listed as SOCI 3327.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in SOCI, ANTH, or PLSI.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3428 Gender Transgressions
Description
What does it mean to transgress gender rules? This class charts the range of gender transgressions in contemporary society, with attention to drag, intersex, and transgender practices and identities. It explores how gender transgressive individuals operate within existing social institutions, such as work and the family, and covers theories of gender performance. (Also listed as SOCI 3428.)(Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Any one of the following courses: Any lower division SOCI course, ANTH 1301, WAGS 2310, 2350, 2351, or 2352. Or consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
ANTH-3431 Language, Culture, and Society
Description
Students will analyze the functions of language in everyday life in various cultures, including the role of language in the social production and reproduction of power relations, stratification, gender roles, the formation of racial and ethnic identities, and in the process of social change. (Also listed as SOCI 3431.)(Offered every other year.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
ANTH-3445 Understanding Refugees
Description
An interdisciplinary study of the refugee experience from global and local perspectives. The course will examine how the human rights of refugees are understood from the points of view of international law, humanitarian institutions, and of refugees themselves. The ways in which refugees negotiate the trauma of the past and the demands of everyday life in cities in their host countries will also be examined. Includes a directed field research experience. (Also listed as URBS 3445 and SOCI 3445.) (Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH, SOCI, or URBS.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3446 Punishment and Society
Description
While much of criminology is concerned with understanding why people commit crime, this course focuses on society's response to crime. As such, the course is an introduction to the ways social scientists measure, think about, and theorize punishment. It introduces students to the American model of criminal punishment, contextualizes the American system internationally, and critically analyzes concepts of punishment generally. (Also listed as SOCI 3446.) (Offered every Spring.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3448 Modern South Asia: India, Pakistan, and Beyond
Description
This interdisciplinary course explores the historical, cultural, and political terrain of modern South Asia, a region that includes India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Nepal, and Sri Lanka. (Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: PLSI 1331 or at least 3 hours completed in ANTH.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3449 Globalization and Social Change
Description
Study of the relationship between economic development and social change at the international level. Examines the rise of capitalism as a global mode of production and its impact on local cultures in the contemporary period. Special attention paid to the rise of transnational communities and grassroots movements for social justice. (Also listed as SOCI 3449.) (Offered every other year.) Prerequisites: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH, ECON, PLSI, or SOCI.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-3452 Global Cities: Africa, Asia, and the Americas
Description
This course offers theoretical and empirical tools for the study of urban processes in Asia, Africa, and the Americas. It examines the major problems of housing and infrastructure confronting cities in these regions and emphasizes the role of globalization in urban transformation. (Offered every other year). (Also listed as URBS 3452.) Prerequisite: URBS 1310 or at least 3 hours completed in ANTH.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3460 Research Methods: Applied Social Statistics
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake quantitative social research focused on the design and completion of a semester long research project. A variety of statistical tools are addressed, including descriptive statistics, tests of significance, linear regression, and correlation. The course goals emphasize writing and rewriting, learning how to formulate and test research hypotheses, and understanding how to present results in an accurate and effective manner. (Also listed as SOCI 3460 and URBS 3460.) (Offered every Spring.) Prerequisite: ANTH 3369 or SOCI 3359.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
ANTH-3461 Research Methods: Fieldwork
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake qualitative research through fieldwork, focused on the design and completion of a semester long research project. The course goals emphasize survey and interview techniques, writing and rewriting, and understanding how to present results in an accurate and effective manner. (Also listed as SOCI 3461.) (Offered every Spring.) Prerequisite: ANTH/SOCI 3359
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3464 Morality in the Marketplace
Description
The course explores rationality and morality in economic relations from a cross-cultural perspective. Lectures and readings will draw on neoclassical, Marxist, and cultural ecological models and case studies in Southeast Asia and Latin America. In addition to analyzing tribal and peasant economies, this course will study theories of global economic development. In addition to 3 credit hours of lecture and discussion, this course will include a 1 credit hour tutorial in anthropological research and writing. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
ANTH-3465 Research Methods: GIS
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake spatial social research focused on the design and completion of a semester-long research project. Spatial tools introduced emphasize geographic information systems. The course goals include map making and the integration of information technology and cartography. (Also listed as URBS/SOCI 3465.) (Offered every year.) Prerequisite: ANTH 3359 or SOCI 3359.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Core Capacities
ANTH-3466 Anthropological Forensics
Description
This course is a broad overview of anthropological forensics, and will include laboratory projects in which students catalogue human remains, determining age, sex, ancestry, and stature of a laboratory collection of human bones. Specific attention is paid to forensics and human rights, forensic case studies, and techniques such as forensic entomology and dental ontology. Students should be prepared for a strenuous work load, including extensive readings, oral presentations, a major research paper, laboratory reports, and a significant amount of independent lab work. Meets 4 hours per week. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: ANTH 2310
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters
ANTH-3471 Anthropology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3473 Archaeological Fieldwork
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor, and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3491 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3673 Archaeological Fieldwork
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor, and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
6 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-3690 Anthropology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisites: Consent of Instructor.
Credits
6 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4171 Anthropology Internship
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field and contact with the professor must be maintained. A student may repeat the course or a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4172 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 4-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4194 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4272 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 4-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4294 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4354 Seminar on Primatology
Description
Advanced study of human evolution, ecological conservation, and culture and behavior by investigation of humans' closest living relatives, the non-human primates. Includes completion of a research project involving primate observation and original data collection about primate behavior. (Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: ANTH 2310.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4371 Anthropology Internship
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field and contact with the professor must be maintained. A student may repeat the course or a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4372 Archaeological Practicum
Description
Participation in an approved excavation in the Mediterranean world, Western Europe, or the Near East. Students will be expected to receive instruction in excavation techniques and in the recording and study of the site and the material. Two weeks' work will normally be counted as equivalent to 1 credit, up to a maximum of 3 credits. (Also listed as CLAS 4-72.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: Consent of Instructor
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4394 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4395 Senior Thesis
Description
Students will conduct research on a topic of their choice and produce a written thesis under the supervision of at least two tenured or tenure-track members of the Trinity University faculty, at least one of whom must hold a Ph.D. in Anthropology. To graduate with honors in the major, students must enroll in this course in each of their last two semesters at Trinity. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for writing a senior thesis. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisites: Consent of instructor and Senior standing.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4494 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
ANTH-4671 Anthropology Internship
Description
Field work experience in a setting arranged and approved by the student, professor and agency selected. Supervision and guidance must be provided in the field and contact with the professor must be maintained. A student may repeat the course or a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
6 credits
Level
Upper Division

Sociology (SOCI)

SOCI-1110 Service Learning: Homelessness
Description
This course combines service-learning in the San Antonio community with sociological perspectives on housing, hunger, and homelessness. Students in this course will analyze their experiences volunteering at San Antonio service sites using insight gained from sociological readings, guest speakers, and lectures. This course includes coverage of the sources of social inequality in the United States, social welfare and policies, and pressing issues in different homeless demographic groups, including attention to homeless families, women, children, youth, and the chronically homeless. Students in this course will be required to complete at least 30 hours of volunteer work over the course of the semester at a pre-approved service site. (Offered every Fall.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-1301 Introduction to Sociology
Description
A study of the nature of human society. Special attention will be given to the nature of culture, social organization, personality development, institutions, and social stratification. (Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities
SOCI-1310 The Urban Experience
Description
An introduction to the city, its origins, contemporary form, and likely future. The course will present the city and urban phenomena in both the American context and other national environments. The major emphasis will be placed on understanding the physical, social, economic, and political systems that create and sustain urban areas. (Also listed as URBS 1310.)(Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
SOCI-1316 People and Places in Global Context
Description
A study of the complex ways in which modern social organization materializes geographically. Topics include the distribution and movement of human populations, characteristics and distribution of cultural mosaics, patterns of economic interdependence, and the forces of cooperation and conflict among peoples from both global and local perspectives. (Also listed as URBS 1316.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2091 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
0 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2191 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2291 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
2 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2311 Sociology of Gender
Description
An analysis of the social construction of gender and its intersections with other axes of inequality, such as race, class, and sexuality, across social institutions and over time. (Offered every year).
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-2314 Social Problems and Human Values
Description
A documented and critical analysis of major social problems in the United States, in a global as well as national context. This course aims at providing an understanding of the structure of society and of the underlying causes and conditions that maintain social problems. Special attention will be given to how we think about social problems: the social definitions of problems, the role of ideologies, the role of mass media, and the impact of these social processes on social policy formation. Students will explore their personal values in response to social issues in such areas as health, work, children's welfare, and the environment. (Offered every year.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-2323 Deviance: Social and Personal
Description
An analysis of the current theoretical perspectives on deviant behavior and an examination of deviance in the context of the social-political conditions of contemporary society. Selected empirical studies will be used to examine specific problems, theory, and societal definitions and responses to deviance. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities
SOCI-2328 Social Inequality
Description
A study of the stratification of American society in terms of the unequal distribution of wealth, status, and power. Theories on the origin and development of social classes as well as of the functional necessity of social inequality will be examined along with empirical works dealing with inequality. (Also listed as URBS 2328). (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2339 Health, Illness, and Society
Description
This course introduces students to medical anthropology and the sociology of health and illness. The course focuses on 1) factors influencing morbidity/mortality and health/well-being and the forces conditioning the uneven distribution of these states; 2) cross-cultural experiences and meanings of health and illness; 3) the wide range of strategies, techniques, ways of knowing and apprehending and treating of and preventing sickness, of which contemporary biomedicine is but one. (Offered every Fall) (Also listed as ANTH 2339.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-2391 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-2435 The Sociological Imagination
Description
A critical survey of classical social theory of the 19th and early 20th centuries. The course will also examine the subsequent emergence of theories regarding other dimensions of social life - such as race, gender, sexuality, generational phenomena, and modern communication technologies - that classical theory did not adequately address. (offered every Spring.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis, The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-2491 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. This course has no prerequisites and is appropriate for first-year and sophomore students. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Lower Division
SOCI-3159 Social Research Skills Workshop
Description
A hands-on workshop integrating new research methods with emerging social scientific software. Attention will be given to the analysis of qualitative, quantitative, and spatial data using computer software, along with developing research skills in interviewing, survey collection, and creating databases. Must be taken concurrently with SOCI 3359. (Also listed as ANTH 3159.) (Offered every Fall.) Prerequisite: At least 6 hours completed in Sociology and/or Anthropology.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3171 Sociology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3190 Sociology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3191 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3271 Sociology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3290 Sociology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3291 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3301 Global Health
Description
This three-hour course considers critical concepts associated with global health including the importance of culture to health, determinants of health, and how the organization of health systems affects health. The relationship of demographics to epidemiology will be discussed as they define the global burden of disease. Specific topics introduced in the course include the environment and health, children and maternal health, both communicable and noncommunicable diseases, and unintentional injuries. A semester-long project will consider how policy and programs can be brought together to address a global health issue. (Also listed as ANTH 3301 and INTL 3301.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3313 Social Movements
Description
This course is an introduction to the theory and research on social movements with a focus on contemporary American movements. The sociological study of social movements emphasizes how political, organizational, and cultural factors shape social movement emergence and development. Movements studied in this class may include the women's movements, gay/lesbian activism, environmental movement, the civil rights movement, and disability activism. (Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
SOCI-3329 Sexuality and Society
Description
An investigation of the social construction and regulation of sexuality across cultures and through time. This perspective on sexuality looks at social, rather than biological or personal, explanations for how human sexuality is practiced. Specific topics may include queer studies, queer communities, and HIV/AIDS in society. (Also listed as ANTH 3329)(Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH or SOCI.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-3343 Relaciones fronterizas Mexico-Estados Unidos (bilingue)
Description
In this seminar we will examine a variety of social, cultural, political, and economic phenomena that characterize the Mexico-US border region. Includes an optional overnight excursion to communities located on the international boundary itself. This course is part of the Spanish across the Curriculum component of Trinity University's International Studies Program It is conducted bilingually in Spanish and English, i.e., in both languages of the Mexico-U.S. border region. Competence in speaking, reading, writing, and listening in both Spanish and English is a requirement for participation in the course. (Also listed as ANTH 3343 and LAC 3343.) (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisites: Completion of SPAN 2302 or equivalent Spanish competence
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3345 International Issues in Health and the Environment
Description
This course explores social factors, such as inequality and power, in creating environmental conditions that affect global health, focusing on marginalized regions and people. Case studies will explore historical colonization and urbanization and control of natural resources, in their degradation of the environment, effects of climate change, and risks to human and environmental health. (Also listed as ANTH 3345.)(Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH or SOCI
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3350 Sociology of Law
Description
The content and form of legal systems provide a framework for the examination of two key sociological concepts: social organization and social control. This course will focus on sociological theories of law as developed by Durkheim, Weber, and Marx. The course will also examine modern perspectives with a focus on sociological jurisprudence and criminal law. Course materials will be supplemented with an examination of current issues in the development and application of law. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in SOCI.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3355 HIV/AIDS: Nature, Power, Populations
Description
This course is an interdisciplinary introduction to the HIV/AIDS epidemic. It examines the biological, historical, sociocultural, political, economic, ethical, and technological dimensions of the current epidemic, drawing from work in anthropology, sociology, the history of science/medicine, philosophy, epidemiology, and public health. (Offered every other Spring.) (Also listed as ANTH 3355.) Prerequisites: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH or SOCI.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
SOCI-3359 Social Research Design
Description
An introduction to the basic research techniques used in the social sciences with an emphasis on research design, data collection, and analysis. This course will include an overview of common methods in the social sciences, including ethnography, qualitative interviews, focus groups, historical comparative methods, experiments, and survey methods. SOCI 3159 must be taken concurrently. (Also listed as ANTH 3359.)(Offered every Fall.) Prerequisite: At least 6 hours completed in ANTH and/or SOCI
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3371 Sociology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3390 Sociology Independent Study
Description
Individual research in selected areas. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. A project proposal must be submitted to and approved by the professor supervising the research prior to registration. Prerequisite: Consent of instructor
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3391 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3424 Crime and Criminal Justice
Description
This course examines the causes of crime, as well as how we treat the problem of crime and try to prevent it. We will examine what crime and the criminal justice system look like in the United States in comparison to other countries and what criminologist believe are the causes of different types of crime. Through case studies, we will also look at some critical perspectives on mainstream beliefs about the causes of crime. (Offered every other year.)(Also listed as ANTH 3424.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-3427 Race in America
Description
A study of relations between dominant and subaltern racial groups in the United States and other American republics. Special attention will be paid to the social construction of racial categories and the ways in which societies are stratified on the basis of nationality and racial group membership. The evolving dynamics of race relations will be considered with regard to of matters of power, prestige, immigration, citizenship, and identity-formation. Various forms of contemporary racism and means of combating them will also be examined. (Offered every other year.) (Also listed as ANTH 3327.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology, Anthropology, or Political Science
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities
SOCI-3428 Gender Transgressions
Description
What does it mean to transgress gender rules? This class charts the range of gender transgressions in contemporary society, with attention to drag, intersex, and transgender practices and identities. It explores how gender transgressive individuals operate within existing social institutions, such as work and the family, and covers theories of gender performance. (Also listed as ANTH-3428.) (Offered every other year). Prerequisite: Any one of the following courses: Any lower division SOCI course, ANTH 1301, WAGS 2310, 2350, 2351, or 2352, or consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
SOCI-3431 Language, Culture, and Society
Description
Students will analyze the functions of language in everyday life in various cultures, including the role of language in the social production and reproduction of power relations, stratification, gender roles, the formation of racial and ethnic identities, and in the process of social change. (Also listed as ANTH 3431.)(Offered every other year.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Interdisciplinary Clusters, The Core Capacities
SOCI-3440 Urban Geography
Description
This course examines the history and contemporary processes of urbanization, primarily in the North American context. In particular, we are concerned with the geography of these processes, resulting in differentiation of space and the creation of distinct places. We will examine the geography of urbanization at several scales, ranging from the development of the North American urban system to the experiences of neighborhoods within cities. (Also listed as URBS 3440.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in Sociology.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3445 Understanding Refugees
Description
An interdisciplinary study of the refugee experience from global and local perspectives. The course will examine how the human rights of refugees are understood from the points of view of international law, humanitarian institutions, and of refugees themselves. The ways in which refugees negotiate the trauma of the past and the demands of everyday life in cities in their host countries will also be examined. Includes a directed field research experience. (Also listed as ANTH 3445 and URBS 3445.) (Offered every other year.) Prerequisite: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH, SOCI, or URBS
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3446 Punishment and Society
Description
While much of criminology is concerned with understanding why people commit crime, this course focuses on society's response to crime. As such, the course is an introduction to the ways social scientists measure, think about, and theorize punishment. It introduces students to the American model of criminal punishment, contextualizes the American system internationally, and critically analyzes concepts of punishment generally. (Also listed as ANTH 3446.) (Offered every Spring).
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-3449 Globalization and Social Change
Description
Study of the relationship between economic development and social change at the international level. Examines the rise of capitalism as a global mode of production and its impact on local cultures in the contemporary period. Special attention paid to the rise of transnational communities and grassroots movements for social justice. (Also listed as ANTH 3449.) (Offered every other year.) Prerequisites: At least 3 hours completed in ANTH, ECON, PLSI, or SOCI.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Interdisciplinary Clusters
SOCI-3460 Research Methods: Applied Social Statistics
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake quantitative social research focused on the design and completion of a semester long research project. A variety of statistical tools are addressed, including descriptive statistics, tests of significance, linear regression, and correlation. The course goals emphasize writing and rewriting, learning how to formulate and test research hypotheses, and understanding how to present results in an accurate and effective manner.(Also listed as ANTH 3460 and URBS 3460.)(Offered every Spring.) Prerequisite: ANTH 3359 or SOCI 3356
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
Approaches to Creation and Analysis
SOCI-3461 Research Methods: Fieldwork
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake qualitative research through fieldwork, focused on the design and completion of a semester long research project. The course goals emphasize survey and interview techniques, writing and rewriting, and understanding how to present results in an accurate and effective manner. (Also ANTH 3461.)(Offered every Spring) Prerequisites: SOCI/ANTH 3359
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3465 Research Methods: GIS
Description
This course provides a hands-on approach for learning how to undertake spatial social research focused on the design and completion of a semester-long research project. Spatial tools introduced emphasize geographic information systems. The course goals include map making and the integration of information technology and cartography. (Also listed as URBS/ANTH 3465). (Offered every year.) Prerequisite: SOCI 3359 or ANTH 3359
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
Pathways Curriculum
The Core Capacities, The Core Capacities
SOCI-3471 Sociology Internship
Description
Professional work experience with a government agency, private business, or non-profit organization in which students apply their anthropological skills and knowledge. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for arranging and completing an internship. A student may repeat the course for a maximum of six semester hours. This course is taken Pass/Fail. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-3491 Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.)
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-4194 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
1 credit
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-4294 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
2 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-4394 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-4395 Senior Thesis
Description
Students will conduct research on a topic of their choice and produce a written thesis under the supervision of at least two tenured or tenure-track members the Trinity University faculty, at least one of whom must hold a Ph.D. in Sociology. To graduate with honors in the major, students must enroll in this course in each of their last two semesters at Trinity. Students should contact the chairperson of the Department of Sociology and Anthropology for more information about procedures to follow for writing a senior thesis. (Offered every semester.) Prerequisites: Consent of instructor and Senior standing.
Credits
3 credits
Level
Upper Division
SOCI-4494 Senior Special Topics Seminar
Description
Topics will vary according to faculty and student interest. A student may repeat the course if the topics change. (Offered occasionally.) Prerequisite: consent of instructor.
Credits
4 credits
Level
Upper Division
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Jennifer P. Mathews, Ph.D.
Department Chair
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Christine Drennon, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
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Benjamin Sosnaud, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor
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Sarah Beth Kaufman, Ph.D.
Associate Professor
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Alfred Montoya, Ph.D.
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