PIT - Course Database (Page Banner)

Course Database

This online curriculum database lists all of the courses that are currently being offered college’s programs of study. To navigate the course catalog database, please enter the search criteria on the right hand side.

Note: Some course description information may change because of revisions by the Academic Affairs Department.

Search Courses

Select Discipline




Enter Search Term
   

Courses in program
SOC103 - Introduction to Sociology
Sociology is a social science that attempts to explain group dynamics and behavior, social structures, and society as a whole. This course serves as an introduction to the study of human society and social behavior. All areas of social life are examined including community, work, religion, school, family, gender, race, class, and crime/deviance. This course also assesses how society shapes and changes its norms by examining the complex relationship between the similarities and differences. The course is designed to introduce students to the basic principles of this discipline and to develop a more sophisticated understanding of socialization and society.

Term(s):
Course Number: SOC103
Course Name: Introduction to Sociology
Section
Title:
Author(s):
Edition:
ISBN:
Comments:
Pre-Reqs: None
Co-Reqs: N/A

Credit Hours: 3 Lecture Hours: 3 Lab Hours: 0