SOC 381W - Senior Seminars

Overview

Course Title

Senior Seminars

Department(s)

Description

Topics to be announced. (No student is permitted to enroll in more than one seminar per semester.) May be repeated for credit provided the topic is different.Prereq.: Advanced standing in sociology

Typically Offered

Fall, Spring

Academic Career

Undergraduate

Credits

Minimum Units

3

Maximum Units

3

Academic Progress Units

3

Repeat For Credit

Yes

Total Completions Allowed

99

Components

Name

Lecture

Hours

3

Course Topic ID

1

Formal Description

VT:SENIOR SEMINAR

Course Topic ID

2

Formal Description

NY IN YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD

Course Topic ID

3

Formal Description

GLOBAL FEMINISM

Course Topic ID

4

Formal Description

CAPITOL/MODERN SOCIETY

Course Topic ID

5

Formal Description

SOC OF FOOD

Course Topic ID

6

Formal Description

POST HUMAN SOCIETY

Course Topic ID

7

Formal Description

SPORT CONTEMP. SOC

Course Topic ID

8

Formal Description

WAR + SOCIETY

Course Topic ID

9

Formal Description

APPLIED ED/RESEARCH

Course Topic ID

10

Formal Description

SEX BEHAVIOR

Course Topic ID

11

Formal Description

Crime, Romance, and Popular Culture

Course Topic ID

12

Formal Description

American Society and Film

Course Topic ID

13

Formal Description

Inequality in Higher Education

Course Topic ID

14

Formal Description

Belief and Believers

Course Topic ID

15

Formal Description

Comparative Federalism

Course Topic ID

16

Formal Description

Disasters, Catastrophes and Apocalypses

Course Topic ID

17

Formal Description

Sociology of Mental Illness

Course Topic ID

18

Formal Description

Sociology of Criminal Justice

Course Topic ID

19

Formal Description

Advanced Social Problems

Course Topic ID

20

Formal Description

ADVANCED ANALYSIS OF DRUGS

Course Topic ID

21

Formal Description

SOCIOLOGY OF REPUTATIONS

Course Topic ID

22

Formal Description

TERRORISM & HOMELAND SECURITY

Course Topic ID

23

Formal Description

Music and Ethnicity

Course Topic ID

24

Formal Description

Immigration Research

Course Topic ID

25

Formal Description

Crime and the City (Hybrid)

Course Topic ID

26

Formal Description

Contemporary Religious Fundamentalism

Course Topic ID

27

Formal Description

Segregation & Inequality

Course Topic ID

28

Formal Description

Sociology of Higher Education

Course Topic ID

29

Formal Description

Caribbean Culture & Politics

Course Topic ID

30

Formal Description

Quantitative Research in Education

Course Topic ID

31

Formal Description

Technology and Society

Course Topic ID

32

Formal Description

Social Dynamics of Family Violence

Course Topic ID

33

Formal Description

Contemporary Health Care and Society

Course Topic ID

34

Formal Description

Foster Care in America

Course Topic ID

35

Formal Description

Musical Subcultures of New York

Course Topic ID

36

Formal Description

Sociology of the Movies

Course Topic ID

37

Formal Description

Criminal Justice & Society

Course Topic ID

38

Formal Description

Corrections & Society

Course Topic ID

39

Formal Description

Gender & War

Course Topic ID

40

Formal Description

Race and Ethnicity

Course Topic ID

41

Formal Description

The New Second Generation Immigrants

Course Topic ID

42

Formal Description

Immigrants and the Global City

Course Topic ID

43

Formal Description

Networked Society

Course Topic ID

44

Formal Description

Health Care and Society

Course Topic ID

45

Formal Description

Social Welfare

Course Topic ID

46

Formal Description

Measurement, Sexual Behavior and STDs

Course Topic ID

47

Formal Description

Environmental Sociology

Course Topic ID

48

Formal Description

Hip Hop & Urban Culture

Course Topic ID

49

Formal Description

Police & Society

Course Topic ID

50

Formal Description

Advanced Analysis of Substance Abuse and Addiction

Course Topic ID

51

Formal Description

Social Organization

Course Topic ID

52

Formal Description

Social Effects of the Digital Revolution

Course Topic ID

53

Formal Description

SOCIAL INEQUALITY

Course Topic ID

54

Formal Description

New York, Movies and the American Dream

Course Topic ID

55

Formal Description

Sexual Behav&STDs and Scientific Measurement

Course Topic ID

56

Formal Description

Appl. Res.in Edu.Using Survey Data(COMP&A/V)

Course Topic ID

57

Formal Description

Immigrants, Religious Practices

Course Topic ID

58

Formal Description

Social, Spatial and Environmental Inequality

Course Topic ID

59

Formal Description

Marketing

Course Topic ID

60

Formal Description

Sociology of Addiction

Course Topic ID

61

Formal Description

INEQUALITY IN AMERICA

Course Topic ID

62

Formal Description

Gender-Based Violence

Course Topic ID

63

Formal Description

The Future is Now with Transportation

Course Topic ID

64

Formal Description

Gender & Immigration

Course Topic ID

65

Formal Description

Advanced Analysis of Drug Abuse

Course Topic ID

66

Formal Description

Soc of Terrorism, Police&Society, Corrections&Soc

Course Topic ID

67

Formal Description

Advanced Criminal Justice

Course Topic ID

68

Formal Description

Japanese Military Sexual Slavery

Course Topic ID

69

Formal Description

Organizations and Management

Course Topic ID

70

Formal Description

Sociology of Terrorism

Course Topic ID

71

Formal Description

Sexual Behavior STD’s Scientific Measurement

Course Topic ID

72

Formal Description

Sociology of Knowledge

Course Topic ID

73

Formal Description

Religious Fundamentalism

Course Topic ID

74

Formal Description

Introduction to Computational

Course Topic ID

75

Formal Description

Women and Work

Course Topic ID

76

Formal Description

Scientific Studies of Sexual Behavior

Course Topic ID

77

Formal Description

Crime and Migration

Course Topic ID

78

Formal Description

Managing Organization

Course Topic ID

79

Formal Description

Policing & Society

Course Topic ID

80

Formal Description

Sociology of New York City

Course Topic ID

81

Formal Description

CEDAW & Rights of Women

Course Topic ID

82

Formal Description

Social Time & New Media

Course Topic ID

83

Formal Description

Managing Organizations

Course Topic ID

84

Formal Description

Immigrant America: Criminalization and Resistance

Course Topic ID

85

Formal Description

Sociology of War

Course Topic ID

86

Formal Description

Secrecy

Course Topic ID

87

Formal Description

Ethnography

Course Topic ID

88

Formal Description

Using Survey to Understand Transportation

Course Topic ID

89

Formal Description

Sex in the USA and UK: Empirical Studies

Course Topic ID

90

Formal Description

Urban and Educational Inequality

Course Topic ID

91

Formal Description

Korean Comfort Women and the Redress Movement

Course Topic ID

92

Formal Description

The Post-1965 Immigration to the United States

Course Topic ID

93

Formal Description

Race, Immigration, and Deportation

Course Topic ID

94

Formal Description

Domestic Violence

Course Topic ID

95

Formal Description

The Healthcare System & Soc of Health Care in US

Course Topic ID

96

Formal Description

Pre-Code Cinema: Film and Society in the 1930s

Course Topic ID

97

Formal Description

Social Time and New Media

Course Topic ID

98

Formal Description

Immigration, Race, and Ethnicity

Course Topic ID

99

Formal Description

Sociology of Family and Violence

Course Topic ID

100

Formal Description

Social Media and Content Entrepreneurship

Course Topic ID

101

Formal Description

Social Dynamics of Domestic Violence

Course Topic ID

102

Formal Description

Post-1965 Immigrants in the US

Course Topic ID

103

Formal Description

Ecology of Cities: Queens Case Study

Course Topic ID

104

Formal Description

Transportation and Data

Course Topic ID

105

Formal Description

Social Ecology: Barcelona Neighorhoods

Course Topic ID

106

Formal Description

Sociology and Film

Course Topic ID

107

Formal Description

Ethnic & Racial Identities among 2nd-Gen Americans

Course Topic ID

108

Formal Description

The Black Family

Course Topic ID

109

Formal Description

Sociology of Higher Education

Requisites

030149

Course Schedule