SOSC - SOCIAL SCIENCES

SOSC - 1200   THE AMERICAN POLITICAL SYSTEM
[3 hours]  This course focuses on the constitutional structure, major governmental institutions, political processes of the American political system, and on selected contemporary issues.

SOSC - 1210   CONTEMPORARY WORLD PROBLEMS
[3 hours]  This course focuses on selected current issues in world affairs with emphasis on the role, options, and responsibilities of the United States.

SOSC - 1400   MARRIAGE AND THE FAMILY
[3 hours]  This course examines various aspects and forms of intimate human relationships in their social context.

SOSC - 2400   WOMEN�S ROLES:  A GLOBAL PERSPECTIVE
[3 hours]  The course focuses on the current and evolving social, economic, and political status of women in the United States and selected non-Western societies.  For both men and women students.

SOSC - 2920   HONORS READINGS IN SOCIAL SCIENCES
[3 hours]  Examination of basic topics in the Social Sciences through reading and discussion of classic texts and contemporary research.  Topics may vary with each offering.  Prerequisite: Approval of Department Honors Committee

SOSC - 2980   SPECIAL TOPICS IN THE SOCIAL SCIENCES
[1 - 4 hours]  An examination of a specialized topic in the social sciences.  May be repeated for different specialized topics.  Prerequisite: ENGL1100 or ENGL1110

SOSC - 2990   INDEPENDENT STUDY
[1 - 4 hours]  This course provides students the opportunity for individualized, supervised study in an area of the social sciences.  Permission of the instructor and department chairperson required.

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