Role of technology as a prime factor in changing social and political institutions. Addresses technology as the systematic application of organized knowledge and material tools to the extension of human faculties. (*)
Examines the different disciplines that make up the social sciences with particular emphasis on their interrelationships. Study of source materials as well as methods employed. (*)
Overview of the historical, political, and socio-cultural experiences of African Americans. (*) (Gen Ed: SS) (CC)
Examines the logic of research and major research methods used in the social sciences; explores their links to theory and their application in research projects. (*)
In-depth study of special topics in the social sciences. Emphasis on critical inquiry and holistic understanding of stability, change, and challenges within a global context. (*) Repeatable (99).
Topics identified by subtitles taught. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. (*) Repeatable (99).
Various problems within the realm of social science, utilizing an integrated approach. For majors in broad area social science disciplines. Prerequisite: Graduate standing. (*) Repeatable (99).