Sociology 101: Introduction to Sociology
In this course students analyze the influence of the social environment on behavior and social life, using sociological theoretical perspectives and research methods. Components of culture and social structure are critically examined through sociological theories and concepts, including socialization, deviance, and social change. Students will evaluate social institutions in American society, as well as analyze social stratification and inequality relative to social class, ethnicity, and gender. (Source: Course Catalog 2017-2018)
Prerequisite for this course: eligibility for English 1A
1. The student who achieves the highest number of points on each method of evaluation sets the curve (starts the "A's") for that particular task. The highest number of points achieved equals 100% and the grades are then calculated as follows:
90-100% = A; 80-89%=B; 70-79% = C; 60-69% = D
2. This grading system will also be used to determine final grades which are based upon the highest number of points acquired for the entire semester.
A. Exams (4)
B. Research & Critical Thinking Assignment (Photo Project)
C. Project Draft Submission
D. In-Class Essays (3)
G. Possible Extra Credit
All Students can view the course syllabus through student myecc accounts.
Sociology 101 will be offered with this instructor this Summer 2018