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SOC - Sociology

SOC 101 - Intro to Sociology I [SS3]
This course examines the basic concepts, theories, and principles of sociology, including topics of culture, race, class, gender, sexuality, social groups, and deviance through a local and global lens. Analyzes and interprets socio-historic as well as contemporary issues by using critical thinking skills and linking individual experiences to social structures. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Class Ended 21020
F11
3.00 T R 11:15am - 12:30pm Ft Lupton Campus Prairie Bldg PR206 24 18 6 Lambeth, Margaret 08/24-12/09
Class Ended 21019
G11
3.00 T R 09:45am - 11:00am Westview Classroom Building WV202 24 23 1 Beighey, Catherine 08/24-12/09
Class Ended 21021
G12
3.00 T R 02:45pm - 04:00pm Westview Classroom Building WV203 21 17 4 Beighey, Catherine 08/24-12/09
Class Ended 21031
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 17 3 Shuey, Mark 08/23-12/10
Class Ended 21032
G82
3.00 TBA Online 20 18 2 Shuey, Mark 08/23-12/10
Class Ended 21015
R11
3.00 M W 08:15am - 09:30am Remote Learning Platform 18 13 5 Scarpella, Karen 08/23-12/08
Class Ended 21016
R12
3.00 T R 05:45pm - 07:00pm Remote Learning Platform 18 14 4 Connell, Eileen 08/24-12/09

SOC 102 - Intro to Sociology II [SS3]
Examines the basic concepts, theories, and principles of sociology, including topics of family, religion, education, politics, the economy, health, demography, the environment and social movements through a local and global lens. Analyzes and interprets socio-historical as well as contemporary issues by using critical thinking skills and linking individual experiences to social structures. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. NOTE: SOC 101 is NOT a pre-requisite. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Class Ended 21022
G11
3.00 M W 09:45am - 11:00am Westview Classroom Building WV117 21 11 10 Lambeth, Margaret 08/23-12/08

SOC 215 - Contemporary Social Prob [SS3]
Investigates current social issues that result in societal problems. Focuses on numerous areas including, but not limited to, the loss of civil liberties, concentration of media ownership, gender discrimination, hate crimes, poverty, hunger, environmental degradation, racism and prejudice, as well as social change. Addresses ways to ameliorate these social ills. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Class Ended 21033
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 10 10 Beighey, Catherine 10/04-12/10

SOC 216 - Sociology of Gender [SS3]
Examines major trends and theoretical approaches within the field of sociology of gender including the impact of intersecting social markers such as race, class, sexuality and gender identities. Addresses gender performance, stratification and inequalities in micro and macro settings in the U.S. Focuses on social movements relating to identities and institutional inequalities. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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CLOSED 21036
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 20 0 Osborn, Elizabeth 08/23-12/10

SOC 218 - Sociology of Diversity [SS3]
Explores differences based on race, ethnicity, social class, gender, age, ability status, and sexual identity. Critically examines the dynamics of intergroup relations and how social construction of these differences can lead to patterns of prejudice, discrimination, and inequality nationally and globally. This is a statewide Guaranteed Transfer course in the GT-SS3 category. Three credits.
Department contact: WSTV 247, 339-6296. Click the CRN (5-digit number) to view important additional class section information.

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Class Ended 21025
F11
3.00 T R 02:45pm - 04:00pm Ft Lupton Campus Prairie Bldg PR206 24 9 15 Lambeth, Margaret 08/24-12/09
Class Ended 21024
G11
3.00 T R 12:45pm - 02:00pm Westview Classroom Building WV202 24 17 7 Beighey, Catherine 08/24-12/09
Class Ended 21034
G81
3.00 TBA Online 20 16 4 Beighey, Catherine 08/23-12/10
Class Ended 21037
W11
3.00 M W 07:00pm - 08:15pm Wndsr Public Safety Institute PS220 16 14 2 Osborn, Elizabeth 08/23-12/08


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