Spring 2022 Sociology Courses

By: Paulina Velázquez Solís,  Sociology Communications
Fri, 10/22/2021

Sociology Spring 2022 Courses                                                                                             

  • Sociology 1101, Introduction to Sociology, Kendra Bischoff,  MW 11:20-12:10 + sec.
  • Sociology 2190, Introduction to Economic Sociology, Victor Nee, MW 2:45-4:00
  • Sociology 2208, Social Inequality, Vida Maralani, MW 9:40-10:55 + sec.
  • Sociology 2250, Schooling and Society, Kendra Bischoff, MW 2:45-4:00
  • Sociology 2270, The Computerization of the American Social System, Joseph Sullivan, MWF - 9:05-9:55
  • Sociology 3170, Nationalism and Identity, Leila Wilmers, TR 11:25-12:40
  • Sociology 3190, Contemporary Sociological Theory, David Strang, TR 9:40-10:55
  • Sociology 3680, Comparative Corruption, Patricia Young, TR 11:25-12:40
  • Sociology 4120, Health and Social Context, Erin York Cornwell, T 2:40-4:35
  • Sociology 5020, Basic Problems in Sociology II, Erin York Cornwell, R 2:40-4:35
  • Sociology 5190, Workshop on Social Inequality, Vida Maralani, T 11:45-1:00
  • Sociology 6020, Intermediate Statistics for Sociological Research, Vida Maralani, M 11:20-2:20
  • Sociology 6040, Advanced Statistics for Sociological Research, Cristobal Young, W 7:30-9:25pm
  • Sociology 6270, Sociology of Religion, Landon Schnabel, M 2:40-4:35
  • Sociology 6460, Economic Sociology, Victor Nee, M 7:30-9:25pm
  • Sociology 6660, Event History Analysis, David Strang, W 2:40-4:35

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 

Cross Listed Courses                                                                                                                                    

  • Sociology 2030, Population and Public Policy, Sharon Sassler, TR 9:40-10:55 + sec.
  • Sociology 2100, What is Science?, Steve Hilgartner, MW 11:20-12:10 + sec.
  • Sociology 2710/5710, America's Promise: Social and Political Context of American Education, John Sipple, TR 9:40-10:55 + sec.
  • Sociology 3180, Health Disparities, Adriana Reyes, MW 2:45-4:00
  • Sociology 3240, Environmental Sociology, John Zinda, TR 9:40-10:55
  • Sociology 3710, Comparative Social Inequalities, Tom Hirschl, TR 2:45-4:00
  • Sociology 4010, Diasporic & Indigenous Health, Jerel Ezell, TR 11:25-12:40
  • Sociology 4160 , The Ethnography of Poverty and Inequality, Maureen Waller, TR 9:40-10:55
  • Sociology 4560, Stars, Score and Rankings: Evaluation and Society, Malte Ziewitz, T 11:20-1:15
  • Sociology 4980, Engaged Learning Capstone, Maureen Waller, T 11:20-1:50
  • Sociology 6000, Research marginalized Population, Jerel Ezell, T 2:40-5:05
  • Sociology 6200 , Political Culture, Richard Bensel, M 2:40-4:35
  • Sociology 6280, Family Demography, Kelly Musick, T 2:40-5:10
  • Sociology 6310, Qualitative Research Methods for Studying Science, Trevor Pinch, F 12:25-2:20

 

Please note the pre-enrollment dates available in the course roster 

Graduate Students – November 3 at 8:00am-November 4 at 11:59pm

Seniors – November 4 at 8:00am-November 5 at 11:59pm

Juniors – November 8 at 8:00am-November 9 at 11:59pm

Sophomores – November 9 at 8:00am-November 10 at 11:59pm

First year– November 10 at 8:00am-November 11 at 11:59pm

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