Sep 30, 2020  
Catalog 2017-18 
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SOC 230 - Race and Ethnicity in America (3 credit hours)

Offered in Winter, Summer Terms (3-0-0)
This course introduces the student to the status of racial and ethnic minorities in the United States with particular reference to the social dynamics involved with regard to majority-minority relations. Emphasis is on the culture, social organization and status, and the problems and opportunities of various ethnic groups. Topics covered include inequality, segregation, pluralism, the nature and causes of prejudice and discrimination and the impact that such patterns have upon American life. An introductory course in Sociology is recommended prior to taking SOC 230 .
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