Sociology and Criminology (Standard)

Credits: 1

This semester-long course is designed as a compliment to both our Psychology and Career Awareness Curriculum. It provides students with a general overview of Sociology while looking specifically at Criminology with a concentration on deviance and social control. Along with the topics such as, social structure/socialization, sex and gender, race and ethnicity, the family, crime, punishment, theories of deviance, recidivism and rehabilitation, this course will allow for an individual concentration relative to a social group of the student’s choice. Each student will be responsible for content knowledge and individual research on this social group throughout the semester.


Prerequisite: Freshman Humanities