Introduction to Sociology: This course provides an overview of sociology as a discipline, including focus on sociological concepts, methods, and perspectives. This course aims to enable students to view society in a new way…a sociological way.
Social Problems: This course provides a brief overview of concepts covered in the introductory sociology course. The main focus of this course is for students to critically examine current social problems present in society. These issues are mainly examined in a U.S. context however students also engage in a global analysis of social problems.
History of Hip-Hop Culture: This course aims to have students identify and critically examine the theoretical foundations and history of hip-hop culture. Through an analysis of the evolution of Hip-Hop, students develop a clearer understanding of the history and social significance of the culture.
Sociology of Hip-Hop Culture: This course examines the formation, growth, and current state of hip-hop culture through a sociological lens. This is not a music appreciation course, but a space for students to critically analyze hip-hop culture and the societal structures and forces that influence the culture, as well as how hip-hop influences world culture at large.
- Intro to Sociology
- Social Problems
- Sociology of Education
- Sociology of Hip-Hop Culture
- Ethnic Inequality
- Race, Class, and Gender
- Urban Sociology
- Criminal Justice
- Qualitative Methods
- Youth, Schools, & Pop Culture