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Courses

Undergraduate students looking for a sociology course have a wealth of options that can satisfy multiple catalog requirements, including diversity credits and writing-enhanced curriculums. Whether you appreciate the anonymity of a large lecture hall or the intimacy of a smaller, discussion-based seminar, the department offers classes in multiple formats to meet your learning style.

Below is a list of courses offered by the sociology department in the present and upcoming semesters. Course descriptions in our ClassInfo database provide more in-depth information about courses, expectations, and workload to give you a realistic understanding about what you will experience in the course.

For a complete list of all our PDF iconundergraduate_courses.pdf and course descriptions, visit the University Catalog.

Spring 2020

Course NumberCourse TitleSections
SOC 1001Introduction to SociologySections [3]
SOC 1011VHonors: Introduction to SociologySections [1]
SOC 1101Law, Crime, & PunishmentSections [1]
SOC 3090Topics in SociologySections [1]
SOC 3101Sociological Perspectives on the Criminal Justice SystemSections [1]
SOC 3101HHonors: Sociological Perspectives on the Criminal Justice SystemSections [1]
SOC 3102Criminal Behavior and Social ControlSections [1]
SOC 3211WRace and Racism in the USSections [1]
SOC 3221Sociology of GenderSections [1]
SOC 3251WSociological Perspectives on Race, Class, and GenderSections [1]
SOC 3301WPolitics and SocietySections [1]
SOC 3322WSocial Movements, Protests, and ChangeSections [1]
SOC 3415Consume This! The Sociology and Politics of ConsumptionSections [1]
SOC 3421WSociology of Work: Good Jobs, Bad Jobs, No Jobs?Sections [1]
SOC 3501Sociology of FamiliesSections [1]
SOC 3503Asian American Identities, Families & CommunitiesSections [1]
SOC 3503HHonors: Asian American Identities, Families & CommunitiesSections [1]
SOC 3507Immigration to the United States: Beyond WallsSections [1]
SOC 3613VHonors: Stuffed and Starved: The Politics of EatingSections [1]
SOC 3613WStuffed and Starved: The Politics of EatingSections [1]
SOC 3701Social TheorySections [3]
SOC 3801Sociological Research MethodsSections [1]
SOC 3811Social StatisticsSections [2]
SOC 4101VHonors: Sociology of LawSections [1]
SOC 4101WSociology of LawSections [1]
SOC 4102CriminologySections [1]
SOC 4104Crime and Human RightsSections [1]
SOC 4104HHonors: Crime and Human RightsSections [1]
SOC 4105Sociology of Punishment and CorrectionsSections [1]
SOC 4147Sociology of Mental Health & IllnessSections [1]
SOC 4162Criminal Procedure in American SocietySections [1]
SOC 4190Topics in Sociology With Law, Criminology, and Deviance EmphasisSections [1]
SOC 4246Sociology of Health and IllnessSections [1]
SOC 4305Environment & Society: An Enduring ConflictSections [1]
SOC 4411Terrorist Networks & Counterterror OrganizationsSections [1]
SOC 4411HHonors: Terrorist Networks & Counterterror OrganizationsSections [1]
SOC 4461Sociology of Ethnic and Racial ConflictSections [1]
SOC 4511Sociology of Youth: Transition to AdulthoodSections [1]
SOC 4521Love, Sex, & MarriageSections [1]
SOC 4521HHonors: Love, Sex, & MarriageSections [1]
SOC 4821Measuring the Social World: Concepts and AnalysisSections [1]
SOC 4966WCapstone Experience: SeminarSections [2]
SOC 4978VSenior Honors Proseminar IISections [1]

Fall 2020

There are no SOC courses available for Fall 2020.
Please see classinfo.umn.edu for more info.