Social Problems

Sociology (SOC)
Course outline



Social Problems is a critical evaluation of American culture and social structure as an underlying cause of American and global social problems. The course is presented from the perspective that individuals have an ethical responsibility to change social structures that result in inequalities among persons, destruction of the environment and individual deviance. Prerequisite: None. MNTC goal area:(5)History/Social/Behavioral Sciences and (9)Ethic and Civic Responsibility. Credits: 3(3 lecture/0 lab)