Tompkins Cortland Community College

SOCI2 Discipline Courses


Course SubTypes Description
Sociology of the Family
Ind Study, Lecture This course uses both sociological and ecological approaches to study the family. Several areas of inquiry are emphasized includin...
Sociology of Race, Power, and Privilege
Ind Study, Learning Community, Lecture This course introduces students to the sociological study of race, power, and privilege in the U.S. context. Emphasis is placed o...
Contemporary Social Problems
Dist Learning-Web, Ind Study, Lecture A variety of sociological perspectives and theories are used to understand and analyze contemporary local and global social proble...
Juvenile Delinquency
Dist Learning-Web, Lecture Cross-listed as HUMS 206. Attention is directed to an analysis of the demography of delinquency and gangs, the selective charac...
Introduction to Criminology
Dist Learning-Web, Ind Study, Lecture Students apply sociological principles to an analysis of crime in the United States. The nature and extent of crime are studied in...
Smart TV
Lecture Cross-listed as ENGL 218. The social sciences study relationships between individual perceptions and behaviors and social and h...
Dev Anthropology in a Globalizing World
Ind Study, Lecture Cross-listed as ANTH 220 This course prepares students for citizenship in a global society by focusing on the challenges of dev...
Sociology of Popular Culture
Lecture This course uses sociology in order to gain an understanding of the role that media and popular culture play in the larger society...
Special Topics-Sociology
Lecture Specialized courses designed to respond to unique student interests or current events. Special topics course descriptions are give...
Independent Study-Sociology
Ind Study This course will enable the student to do in-depth research on some aspect of his/her interest. Faculty member approval is require...