SOCIOLOGY OF RACE AND ETHNICITY

 

Subject: SOC

Course Number : 0207

Course Title:  Sociology of Race and Ethnicity

Course Description:

The purpose of this course is to engage students in a scholarly exploration of the experience, performance, and implications of race-ethnicity in the U. S.  Incorporating a sociological lens, this course begins with the assumption that race and ethnicity are constructed phenomena. Shifting across time and place consequent of social, political, economic, and cultural forces.  We will also apply an intersectional lens to explore systemic inequalities created by the co-constructions of race, class, gender, sexuality, ability, age, and place.

Credit Hours: 3 cr

GE: Behavioral Sciences       Non-Western  /Global 

Prerequisite:  SOC 0101

Course Level: lower level