Courses

           

Courses

Subj Number Course Title
SOC 1003 Introductory Sociology
SOC 2003 Introduction to Criminal Justice
SOC 2023 Sociology of the Ozark-Ouachita Region
SOC 2033 Social Problems
SOC 2043 Crime and Delinquency
SOC 2053 Statistics for the Behavioral Sciences
SOC 2063 Research Design for the Behavioral Sciences
SOC 2073 History of Social Thought
SOC 2083 Sociological Theory
SOC 3013 Psychosocial Aspects of Death and Dying
SOC 3023 The Family
SOC 3033 Environment and Society
SOC 3063 Communities
SOC 3083 Social Deviance
SOC 3093 Sociology of Education
SOC 3103 The Juvenile Justice System
SOC 3113 Social Movements and Social Change
SOC 3133 Self and Society
SOC 3153 Prison and Corrections
SOC 3163 Introduction to Social Research
SOC 4003 Minority Relations
SOC 4013 Drugs in Society
SOC 4023 Sociology of Gender
SOC 4043 Social Psychology
SOC 4053 Sociology of Health and Illness
SOC 4063 Social Stratification
SOC 4073 Sociology of Religion
SOC 4143 Seminar in Sociology
SOC 4183 Social Gerontology
SOC 4206 The Law in Action
SOC 4283 Sociology Capstone
SOC 4951 Undergraduate Research in Sociology
SOC 4952 Undergraduate Research in Sociology
SOC 4953 Undergraduate Research in Sociology
SOC 4954 Undergraduate Research in Sociology
SOC 4991 Special Problems in Sociology
SOC 4992 Special Problems in Sociology
SOC 4993 Special Problems in Sociology
SOC 4994 Special Problems in Sociology
SOC 5003 Minority Relations
SOC 5013 Drugs in Society
SOC 5043 Social Psychology
SOC 5053 Sociology of Health and Illness
SOC 5063 Social Stratification
SOC 5183 Social Gerontology
SOC 6013 Advanced Statistics
SOC 6023 Advanced Sociological Theory
SOC 6033 Advanced Methodology
SOC 6043 Evaluation and Assessment
SOC 6053 Advanced Topics in Criminal Justice
SOC 6063 Advanced Topics in Gerontology
SOC 6891 Independent Study
SOC 6892 Independent Study
SOC 6893 Independent Study
SOC 6894 Independent Study
SOC 6991 Thesis Research
SOC 6992 Thesis Research
SOC 6993 Thesis Research

Description

SOC4951: Undergraduate Research in Sociology
Offered: On demand

Prerequisite: Departmental approval

Advanced students carry out independent research activity relating to a significant problem in a major field of study. Supervised by faculty member. Formal report and presentation required. One to four credits depending on problem selected and effort made.

Sections

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This course is currently not offered for this term.