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Curricular Clusters

The following chart is intended to aid advisors and students make decisions about the classes they may want to take. The faculty members who teach the courses listed in the chart were asked to identify the two principal areas of emphasis for each course. Students who wish to gain an understanding of the breadth of discipline may want to choose courses with different areas of emphasis, whereas students pursuing an in-depth study of a particular topic may want to take several courses in one area of emphasis. 

100 Level Courses

Course Globalization Policy Culture Inequality and Difference Theory

110. Gender, Social Problems and Social Change

   
 
 

111. Social Change in South Korea Through Film

     
 

160. What do you Mean by Globalization?

     
 

180. Power and Global Capital

 
   
 

200 Level Courses

Course Globalization Policy Culture Inequality and Difference Theory

205. What is a Just Society?

 
     

206. Social Change in the Black and Latino Communities

           

207.Commercialized Childhoods

     
 

210. Domestic Violence

 
 
   

215. Perspectives on Deviant Subculture

     
 

216. Food, Culture, and Globalization

   
   

229. Black Intellectual History

   
   

234. Disability and Society

 
   
 

235. Quality of Life

     
 

236. Imprisonment and the Prisoner

 
     

237. Community Development

 
   
 

247. Modern Social Theory: Classical Traditions

     
   

249. Latino/a Formations

       
 

250. Sex, Gender, and Society

   
   

251. Development and Social Change in Latin America

 
     

253. Children of Immigration

 
 

254. Research Methods

           

255. Race, Representation, and Resistance in U.S. Schools

           

256. Mass Media and Society

     
 

257. Reorienting America: Asians in American History and Society

   
 
 

258. Race and Ethnicity

   
   

259. Social Stratification

   
 
 

260. Health, Medicine, and Public Policy

 
 
   

261. "The Nuclear Cage": Environmental Theory and Nuclear Power

       

263. Criminology

   
 
 

264. Social Welfare and Social Policy: Perceptions of Poverty

 
     

265. News Media in America

     
 

267. Religion, Culture, and Society

           

268. Sociology of Black Religion

           

269. Constructing School Kids and Street Kids

       

270. Drugs, Culture, and Society

 
 
   

273. Sociology of the New Economy

     
 

277. Working Class Studies

   
 
 

300 Level Courses

Course Globalization Policy Culture Inequality and Difference Theory

305. The Social Construction of Race in the U.S.

     
 

306. Women's Movements in Asia

   
 
 
 

312. Corporate Power

 
     

317. Women, Crime, and Punishment

 
     

321. Feminism, Knowledge, Praxis

   
   

322. Walking

         

353. Bio-Social Controversy

     
 

356. Culture, Commerce, and the Public Sphere

     
 

365. Class, Culture, and Power

     
 

367. Mind, Culture, and Biology

     
 

368. Toxic Futures: From Social Theory to Environmental Theory

         

369. Masculinities: Global Perspectives

     
   

380. Art, War, and Social Change

   
   

382. Race and Popular Culture

     
 

383. Nation, Race and Gender in Latin America and the Caribbean

       
 

385. Women, Culture, and Development

     
   

388. Schooling in America: Preparing Citizens or Producing Worker